Jim Isermann, ‘Sin título (Pantone Amarillo 124, Azul 285, Verde 3965)’, 2011, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires
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Jim Isermann

Sin título (Pantone Amarillo 124, Azul 285, Verde 3965), 2011

Acrílico látex sobre tela y tabla
48 × 48 in
122 × 122 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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Painting
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© 2015 MACBA | Fundación Aldo Rubino
Jim Isermann
American, b. 1955
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Balancing composition and mathematical proportion, Jim Isermann employs methods of industrial design to create patterned murals, wall hangings, textile works, and sculptural installations. Isermann’s use of saturated color and industrial materials, such as vinyl and enamel, yield a Minimalist aesthetic that merges formal concerns with utilitarian design applications. For example, in an untitled installation made in 2000 at the Rhode Island School of Design, Isermann fabricated a tile pattern in nylon carpet, which served as the flooring of the school’s gallery space. In more recent years, Isermann has continued to explore the fusion of art and design through site-specific installations, his work often taking the form of large-scale, modular wall reliefs.

Jim Isermann, ‘Sin título (Pantone Amarillo 124, Azul 285, Verde 3965)’, 2011, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires
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About the work
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Painting
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© 2015 MACBA | Fundación Aldo Rubino
Jim Isermann
American, b. 1955
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Balancing composition and mathematical proportion, Jim Isermann employs methods of industrial design to create patterned murals, wall hangings, textile works, and sculptural installations. Isermann’s use of saturated color and industrial materials, such as vinyl and enamel, yield a Minimalist aesthetic that merges formal concerns with utilitarian design applications. For example, in an untitled installation made in 2000 at the Rhode Island School of Design, Isermann fabricated a tile pattern in nylon carpet, which served as the flooring of the school’s gallery space. In more recent years, Isermann has continued to explore the fusion of art and design through site-specific installations, his work often taking the form of large-scale, modular wall reliefs.

Jim Isermann

Sin título (Pantone Amarillo 124, Azul 285, Verde 3965), 2011

Acrílico látex sobre tela y tabla
48 × 48 in
122 × 122 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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