An Indian-born printmaker and papermaker focused on isses of place, memory,and personal history, Zarina studied woodblock printing in Bangkok and Tokyo, and intaglio at Atelier-17 in Paris. She came to WSW to produce Ten Woodcuts, a portfolio of woodcut prints, and The House With Four Walls, a portfolio of etchings. A prominent figure in New York’s feminist circles in the 1970’s, Zarina has exhibited her work extensively and is collected internationally. Her first retrospective, Zarina: Paper Like Skin, was organized by the Hammer Museum in 2012 and traveled to the Guggenheim Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives and works in New York City.