Manisha Parekh was born in Gujarat in 1964 and raised in New Delhi. She holds a B.A. (Painting) from the M.S. University in Baroda. She has also completed an M.A. in painting from both the Royal College of Art in London (1991-93) and the M.S. University in Baroda (1983-1990). She has held several solo exhibitions of her works since 1991. Parekh has exhibited extensively in India, Germany and the United Kingdom. Aside from participating in the 2011 Artists’ Retreat held by Australia India Institute in Red Hill, Victoria; Manisha has also taken part in several residencies including a residency at Heinrich- Boll-Shifting Studio in Bonn, Germany in 1994-5. She has also completed a stint as a teacher teaching at the M. S. University in Baroda, and has acquired the Erasmus Award in 1993 and the Lalit Kala Academi Award in Printing in 1991.
If words can survive, what use are prisons? by Urvashi Butalia
Aveek Sen (1965-2021): A Tribute
The biennale in Covid times by Gayatri Sinha
House of Wonders by Shivani Kasumra
Revisitation: Pratibimba/ Reflection
Between Object and Subject by Annapurna Garimella
Manisha Parekh: A River Inside (2020) by Zeenat Nagree