Honoured to Introduce
Artist & Writer Parvathi Nayar
Global Visual Arts Committee
A visual artist, writer and poet, Parvathi is known for her multidisciplinary art, centered on complex drawing practices, video, installations and photography. Her art engages with environment and philosophies of inhabiting them. Her artworks have been showcased at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (2014-15); A Story of Flight, (Jaya He Museum, T2 Mumbai airport) among many. A Tedx speaker, she regularly presents her work globally at webinars.
Singapore press holdings
2001 - 2008 .
Parvathi nayar studios
2008 - Present .
Central St Martins
Master of Arts
- Sortlist -Annual Creative Writing Awards (Fiction) - By The Bombay Review2021
- Longlist- Annual Creative Writing Awards (Fiction) - By The Bombay Review2021
- UOB Painting of the Year Competition, The Esplanade, Singapore2006
- Bi-Annual Cecile Collins Drawing Award2004
Artist Interview: Parvathi Nayar | Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014
1 Million Pencil Dots, 1 Voyage and The Fibonacci Sequence | Art Explained |NOCTURNES Parvathi Nayar
Articles / Publications
Remaking Our World through Art | Parvathi Nayar | TEDxChennai
The Art of Rebellious Discipline | Parvathi Nayar | TEDxBocconiUMumbai
Parvathi Nayar Qna | Visual Arts Committee Launch Event
"Cloak and Dagger - India's Fictional Times"
Part of the contemporary art exhibition at Zuzeum Art Centre, Riga, Latvia curated by Shaheen Merali.
Voices -Artist & Writers in Conversations
As a founder member of The Hashtag#Collective, Parvathi is pleased to with Ravi Cavale/Serendip Art to present ‘Voices’ – a very special initiative where we are curating conversations between artists and arts-writers. It is important for the voice of the artist to be heard clear and strong, and never more so than during the Pandemic.…Read More
The Ambiguity of Landscapes
Solo exhibition featuring drawings, photographs, artist book, animation and videos curated by Annapurna Garimella, Jackfruit Research and Design, 2014, at Gallery Veda Chennai “The Ambiguity of Landscapes indicates the possibility of interpreting visual expressions in multiple ways. It showcases Nayar’s obsessive use of hyper-real images of the human body’s interior and its environment to achieve…Read More
Only So Many Times
Only So Many Times, installed at the show Mapping a World of Curiosities, curated by Ashna Singh, Delhi, 2015 Extract from the text by Kanika Anand for the group show titled “Mapping a world of curiosities”, at Studio Art, New Delhi Curiosity- A desire to know, an interest leading to inquiry, the quality of fastidiousness,…Read More