Madhvi Parekh’s Vision of “The Last Supper”

Elizabeth Prendiville shares a note about Madhvi Parkeh’s “The Last Supper” before it concludes it’s show in New Delhi.

New York: September 3rd through the 7th Madhvi Parekh’s works will be shown at the Visual Art Gallery in the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi.


Proudly produced by the Seagull Foundation for the Arts, “The Last Supper” will feature the artists collection of dynamic reverse acrylic works. These works focus on iconographic biblical scenes with a rich eye for color and development of characters. The artist displays familiar narrative while simultaneously introducing a new aesthetic approach.


Previously in 2011, these works were show at the St. Thomas’ Chapel at Bishop’s College in Calcutta. For the past twenty five years the Seagull Foundation for the Arts has supported creative works in a variety of mediums, specifically in India. This dedication to art in cinema, visual art, performing arts and more has made them an unprecedented arts organization in India.  While in New Delhi be sure to catch Madhvi Parekh’s work before the show concludes on the 7th.


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