Manu Saluja [RA 2015-2019]

Manu Saluja.

First name: Manu ;
Middle name:
Last name:
Saluja ;

Member: Resident artist member ; 
2015 ;
2019 ;



Drawing on her classical training, Manu Saluja’s work has evolved towards contemporary themes reflecting on cultural identity, femininity, and social perception. Saluja’s paintings have been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art in Wisconsin, and the Butler Institute of American Art in Ohio. Winner of the 2019 BP Portrait Travel Award, her resulting paintings were exhibited at the Aberdeen Art Gallery in Scotland in 2020. Saluja has work in public and private collections in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and India. Her paintings have been in American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, Artists & Illustrators, the Huffington Post, and Fast Company Design. Saluja studied with John Frederick Murray privately and at the School of Visual Arts, receiving her BFA in 1997. She received her MFA from the New York academy of Art in 2013, where she is currently Adjunct Professor of Painting. Born in Brooklyn in 1971, and a long time resident of Queens, Saluja’s studio and home are in Long Island, NY. Her latest works will be exhibited this March with 33 Contemporary Gallery, Chicago.




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