Melissa Godoy Nieto is a multidisciplinary artist and designer with a strong passion for patterns and textures found by playing with different materials, processes, spaces, and collaborations. The exploration of color and symbology is her common ground and primary language in her different projects. Born in Tijuana (1985) and raised in Culiacán Sinaloa, México. She is currently based in Brooklyn, NY with a BA in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute.
Melissa's work has been shown in three solo exhibitions, at BRIC House (Brooklyn, NY), Galeria Vertigo (Mexico City) and General Public Project Space (Berlin). She has been part of group exhibitions at Spring/Break Art Show in 2013 and 2015 (New York), Pictoplasma in 2012 and 2014 (Berlin), The NARS Foundation (New York), Etalage 3e Wal (Nijmegen, Netherlands), Mills Pond House Gallery (St. James, NY), and MARCO Museum of Contemporary Art (Monterrey, Mexico).
Melissa Godoy Nieto
So Much Happiness
Acrylic and string on canvas
24" x 30"