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Manisha Parekh

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Jogen Chowdhury, Alex Chowdhury (others), Partha Pratim Deb, Manisha Parekh, Mithu Sen, Vivan Sundaram at The Harrington Street Arts Centre June 14th, 2010 - July 24th, 2010
Posted 6/27/10

Drawing is a structural expression articulated through motifs to create a unifying visual code cutting across linguistic barriers. For Adip Dutta, artist and curator of “Writing Visuals” at the Harrington Street Art Centre, Kolkata, drawing is a relentless language, in pursuit of other modes of expression such as painting for instance, never quite the end in itself; rather, it is a blue-print, a surrogate for writing in words. The exhibition is a comprehensive congregation of artists, with the centra... [more]

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Manisha Parekh at Nature Morte, New Delhi September 11th, 2009 - October 16th, 2009
Posted 10/12/09

Manisha Parekh’s solo exhibition, “Spinning Secrets,” at Nature Morte provides a particularly rich haptic viewing experience by enabling a journey within the gallery space that transports the viewer into an inner emotional landscape of memory, time, space, body, mind, and matter.  One room features a series of abstract organic paintings, “Under the Blue,” that suggests a visit to the aquarium.  Walking out of this room, the viewer is confronted with large-scale sculptures of sea animals- jellyf... [more]

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Manisha Parekh at Bodhi Art, New York February 15th, 2008 - March 15th, 2008
Posted 2/24/08

If the national imaginary isn’t your bag but new Asian art is, then head instead north to Chelsea. Bodhi Art is among the finest galleries of up-and-coming Indian artists. On view currently are the elegant minimalist works of Manisha Parekh, a young, promising mixed media virtuoso whose work is bereft of obvious Indian indices. Wonderwoods demonstrates Parekh’s exquisite obsession with the organic. Undulating ovals are composed in two- and three-dimensions with an obsessive dedica... [more]

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