Luisa Mè is a duo of London-based Italian artists who have collaborated since 2016 and were educated at the Accademia di Belli Arti di Urbino, Italy. As an artist duo that makes paintings and sculpture, Luisa Mè engages with themes of human existence and psychology in their work, concentrating on the dark side of the human condition, as seen through their own subjective experiences. Despite the visual seduction, their evocative body of work copes with debased and wretched human qualities, aiming to divulge potent emotions and heartfelt psychological fears.
Luisa Mè (b. Italy) live and work in Leeds. Recent exhibitions and projects include: Tides in the Body (Two-Person Exhibition w. Giovanni Vetere, curated by Marcelle Joseph) at Lychee One (London, 2020), Fainting in Freedom (Solo Exhibition) at National Gallery of Marche (Urbino, 2019), You are the others (Solo Exhibition) at Union Gallery (London, 2019), He took me to a bar full of Sirens (Solo Exhibition, curated by Natalie Dray) at Her Gallery (London, 2018), Look at me (Solo Exhibition) at T293 (Rome, 2017).