The Ripple Effect - II

by Parvathi Nayar
(inclusive of taxes)
This artwork is accompanied by an Authenticity Certificate.

Details

Size: 16 x 16 x 2 inches
Medium: Hand Drawn Graphite on Linen Panels
  • ABOUT Parvathi Nayar

    Born in 1964, Parvathi Nayar is an acclaimed Chennai-based artist known for her multidisciplinary art that revolves around complex drawing practices, video, photography and installation. Parvathi received her Master’s in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, and her Bachelor’s in Fine Art from Stella Maris College, Chennai.

    Parvathi’s artworks are abstract and realistic and simple and complex all at once, reflecting on human engagement with the environment and the philosophies of inhabiting it. Deeply meditative and perceptive, the artist’s striking works are meticulously detailed. Her black-and-white graphite drawings look at the internal, intimate spaces within our bodies and the external, public spaces in which we live, often through the prism of science and technology.

    Parvathi Nayar pioneered the form of “drawn sculptures,” which are three-dimensional sculptural forms covered with drawings, like the seminal 20-foot high drawing ‘A Story of Flight’ by Parvathi that is part of the globally renowned Jai He art programme at the new T2 Terminal, Mumbai International Airport. She is the founder and member of the art collective, The Hashtag#Collective. The artist has held several solo shows across various Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai, and in Singapore, as well. She has also participated in group shows in India, France, Dubai, Indonesia, Singapore, and London.

    Parvathi, along with other selected artists from India and abroad, was invited to participate in the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014-15, where she displayed an acclaimed installation involving drawings and sound, titled ‘The Fluidity of Horizons’. She was also one amongst the 70 artists to be part of B70, the 70th anniversary birthday show of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai. In 2008, Parvathi’s work ‘Firelight’ was featured on ABN Amro’s Dil Se platinum card in Singapore. Her works have been collected by renowned institutions including the Singapore Art Museum, BMW, HCL, The Sotheby’s Art Institute, The Australia India Institute and Deutsche Bank. She spoke on ‘Seeing the World Through Different Lenses’ at TedxChennai in 2016. Parvathi is also a creative writer and poet, writing as a cultural commentator.

    Born in 1964, Parvathi Nayar is an acclaimed Chennai-based artist known for her multidisciplinary art that revolves around complex drawing practices, video, photography and installation. Parvathi received her Master’s in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, and her Bachelor’s in Fine Art from Stella Maris College, Chennai.

    Parvathi’s artworks are abstract and realistic and simple and complex all at once, reflecting on human engagement with the environment and the philosophies of inhabiting it. Deeply meditative and perceptive, the artist’s striking works are meticulously detailed. Her black-and-white graphite drawings look at the internal, intimate spaces within our bodies and the external, public spaces in which we live, often through the prism of science and technology.

    Parvathi Nayar pioneered the form of “drawn sculptures,” which are three-dimensional sculptural forms covered with drawings, like the seminal 20-foot high drawing ‘A Story of Flight’ by Parvathi that is part of the globally renowned Jai He art programme at the new T2 Terminal, Mumbai International Airport. She is the founder and member of the art collective, The Hashtag#Collective. The artist has held several solo shows across various Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai, and in Singapore, as well. She has also participated in group shows in India, France, Dubai, Indonesia, Singapore, and London.

    Parvathi, along with other selected artists from India and abroad, was invited to participate in the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014-15, where she displayed an acclaimed installation involving drawings and sound, titled ‘The Fluidity of Horizons’. She was also one amongst the 70 artists to be part of B70, the 70th anniversary birthday show of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai. In 2008, Parvathi’s work ‘Firelight’ was featured on ABN Amro’s Dil Se platinum card in Singapore. Her works have been collected by renowned institutions including the Singapore Art Museum, BMW, HCL, The Sotheby’s Art Institute, The Australia India Institute and Deutsche Bank. She spoke on ‘Seeing the World Through Different Lenses’ at TedxChennai in 2016. Parvathi is also a creative writer and poet, writing as a cultural commentator.
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