Published by Steidl/Lenbachhaus. Edited by Eva Huttenlauch, Matthias Mühling. Text by Eva Huttenlauch, Janaki Nair.
This book explores the eclectic art of Sheela Gowda (born 1957) and her ongoing engagement with the paradoxes and predicaments of life in modern India. With an emphasis on her sprawling installations, it tracks her use of distinctive materials from her native India, whose textures, colors and scents lend her work narrative form and metaphorical force.
Published by La Fábrica. Text by Ayisha Abraham, Lucia Aspesi, Anthony Downey, Nuria Enguita, Suman Gopinath, Sheela Gowda, et al.
This catalogue showcases more than 20 years of Indian sculptor Sheela Gowda’s (born 1957) artistic production. The work featured in Making brings together installations and sculptures as well as a selection of works based on images, ranging from different periods and constructed using various materials and scales.
Published by Skira. Edited by Nuria Enguita, Lucia Aspesi.
The installations and works on paper of Sheela Gowda (born 1957) present cultural ties to India through material—hair, cow dung, incense, natural pigments—and process, through ritualistic references to labor. Remains presents Gowda’s watercolors, prints and installations since 1992.