Manish Parekh is a Delhi based artist. She studied painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts at M.S. University in Baroda, and at the Royal College of Art, London on an INLAKS scholarship. Listening to the material and let it speak harmoniously through various layers of process is the language of Manisha's art. Her work embodies the journey of nuanced thought triggered by responses to memory and time. Parekh has exhibited extensively in India, Germany and the United Kingdom. Manisha Parekh was interviewed by Kathryn Myers, Professor of Indian Art at University of Connecticut - Storrs.
Images courtesy of the artist
A.I.R. was the first all female cooperative gallery in the United States. It was founded in 1972. The gallery is at Kochi Biennale this year and Kathryn Myers, curator of the AIR exhibition in Kochi tells their story. View.
"You have to get everything right in one stroke, there is no room for error" says, Artist Kalam Patua about Kalighat paintings. A glimpse into the style of painting from Bengal. View.
Christine Pemberton writes about artist Pintu Sikder's amazing sculptures. His exhibition is on in the Triveni gallery in Delhi till 18th January. And, you have to read the photo essay to know about the scale of his humble process. View.
Manisha Parekh is a Delhi based artist.Working with handmade paper and organic material, she creates minimal works whose innate energy recalls natural rhythms and biomorphic forms. View.
India's leading fashion designer, JJ Valaya recreates the royal era on the streets of Delhi, in an art exhibition at Threshold gallery. View
Fragments and Fragmentation exhibition showcases the works of artists Kathryn Myers and Gopika Nath. The exhibition opened at gallery art and aesthetics in New Delhi on 6th August 2015. Watch