Angela Valamanesh: About being here by Cath Kenneally

Angela Valamanesh: About being here by Cath Kenneally

Angela Valamanesh is one of Australia’s most intriguing ceramic artists. Her art is aesthetically minimal and cunningly simple, allowing us to interpret universal and ever-perplexing human, animal and organic forms. Valamanesh re-immerses us in the primeval rawness of form and function and, in doing so, the artist succeeds in visualising what many of her contemporaries have avoided - the symbiosis between art and science.

Praise for Angela Valamesh: ‘This book is engaging not only for the informative content of Angela Valamanesh herself but also for the plethora of information it provides in addition to her art practice.’ - Jade Wildly, ArtsHub

Publisher: Wakefield Press 88 pages
Jacketed hardback 280 x 235mm

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