Anoma

$128.97

The book Anoma at its core is a chronological presentation of all Anoma’s exhibitions, showing stylistic shifts and thematic preoccupations throughout her career. Interspersed with exhibition material are insightful essays each with a different perspective on the various aspects of Anoma’s art.

‘My work reflects on the universality of man and our common humanity in the face of conflict, division and human insecurities. It urges tolerance and inclusivity, sustainability and harmony, and invites us to accept the stewardship we share of our fragile and fractured planet’ – Anoma

Contributors are drawn from a range of disciplines and include the Professors Emeritus Gananath Obeyesekere and Jane Rapley OBE, Jana Manuelpillai in London and Rosalyn D’Mello from New Delhi.

‘This is neither a coffee table trophy for elite drawing rooms, nor a dry catalogue, with erudite and incomprehensible articles by a chosen few. Stunningly produced, this elegant book is a work of art in itself. ‘Dr Tara Coomaraswamy

Illustrations : 211 illustrations
Dimensions : 34 x 26cm

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Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma has exhibited at international galleries over the years, including the Venice Art Biennale in 2019, Sotheby’s Hong Kong and other galleries in countries such as London, India, Dubai, Malaysia and Australia.


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The book Anoma at its core is a chronological presentation of all Anoma’s exhibitions, showing stylistic shifts and thematic preoccupations throughout her career. Interspersed with exhibition material are insightful essays each with a different perspective on the various aspects of Anoma’s art.

‘My work reflects on the universality of man and our common humanity in the face of conflict, division and human insecurities. It urges tolerance and inclusivity, sustainability and harmony, and invites us to accept the stewardship we share of our fragile and fractured planet’ – Anoma

Contributors are drawn from a range of disciplines and include the Professors Emeritus Gananath Obeyesekere and Jane Rapley OBE, Jana Manuelpillai in London and Rosalyn D’Mello from New Delhi.

‘This is neither a coffee table trophy for elite drawing rooms, nor a dry catalogue, with erudite and incomprehensible articles by a chosen few. Stunningly produced, this elegant book is a work of art in itself. ‘Dr Tara Coomaraswamy

Illustrations : 211 illustrations
Dimensions : 34 x 26cm

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Weight 2.5 kg
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