Isa Genzken (born in 1948) is a German contemporary artist known for her diverse body of work that spans sculpture, photography, film, video, works on paper, and canvas. Since the 1970s, Genzken's innovative approaches have made her one of the leading figures in postwar European art. Her oeuvre often grapples with the modern urban environment, addressing themes related to architecture, design, and consumer culture. Notably, her assemblage sculptures, which combine everyday objects, reflect on postwar reconstruction, globalization, and the aesthetics of popular culture. Genzken's influential career has seen her participate in significant international exhibitions, including multiple Documenta showcases and the Venice Biennale.