Ramesh

The genre-defying sculptures of contemporary artist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran

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The first major monograph on the boundary-pushing work of painter and sculptor, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran.

This book is not yet published, but will be available from July 2022.

ISBN: 9781760762483 Category:

Description

Bursting with energy and life force, this visual cornucopia celebrates the work of Sri Lankan Australian sculptor and painter, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, one of Australia’s most prominent and sought-after contemporary artists. His exuberant ceramic idols and installations gleam with vivid impossible-to-ignore immediacy, provoking and stimulating audiences as he explores the politics of sex, gender and religion.

Continually playing with form, materiality and scale, Ramesh has set new benchmarks in the field of ceramics. This highly anticipated monograph catalogues over 500 pieces in his signature neo-expressionist style. The rough-edged playfulness of his animated beings will appeal to both established collectors and seekers of the unconventional.

Additional information

Weight 2130 g
Dimensions 22 x 29.2 cm
Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 26 July 2022
Number of pages 368
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Jaklyn Babington
Dimensions 22 x 29.2 cm
Weight 2130 g

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Jaklyn Babington is the Director of a new, multi-site contemporary art museum opening in NSW in late 2024. Working on Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country 2015-2021, she was the Senior Curator, Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). Jaklyn's recent curatorial projects include Jordan Wolfson: Body sculpture and Patricia Piccinini: Every heart sings. Notable exhibitions include Contemporary worlds: Indonesia (2019); Jess Johnson & Simon Ward: Terminus (2018); Angelica Mesiti: Five video works (2018) and Hyper Real (2017-2018). In 2017, Jaklyn curated Ramesh Nithiyendran: Mud Men at the NGA.