Mallika Chabba

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Mallika Chabba
Born Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Education Government College of Fine Art, Chandigarh
Known for Artist Painter
Notable work(s) Shiva

Mallika Chabba is an Indian painter. Mallika grew up in the town of Dehradun, which lies in North India nested in a valley at the foot hills of the Himalayan range. She started to paint from a very young age with the ambition to become an accomplished artist. Mallika attended the Government College of Fine Art, Chandigarh where she specialized as a sculptor. She completed the college with a Bachelor of Fine Art degree after which she moved to New Delhi to join the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). Mallika learnt art restoration while working on oil paintings from the 18th century. She continued to paint and had her first solo exhibition for the charity group Child Health and Welfare Foundation. Mallika is also the art curator of Emaho magazine.[1]

In her latest endeavor Mallika is lending a helping hand to the group "Bollywood art project"[2] who are transforming the walls of Mumbai into colorful art work.[3] She has also done an exclusive painting for the Bollywood movie BAKRA titled ""The Divine Goat"".[4]

Exhibitions[edit]

Year Gallery City Country
2006 Lalit Kala Academy Art Exhibition Chandigarh India
2009 Potpourri Solo Exhibition At The Claridges Hotel Surajkund India
2009 Charity Group exhibition For ‘Child Health and welfare Foundation Noida India
2010 Ethereal’[5] Group exhibition at Art Museum Chandigarh India
2010 ‘Amalgamation’ Group exhibition at Shihan Hussaini Art Gallery Chennai India
2010 The Art Conspiracy Festival for Artistic Revolution.[6] The art Loft, Bandra west Mumbai India
2011 Disart’ Group exhibition Noida India
2011 Live painting, at Emaho[7] Travellers Meet, Café 1947 Old Manali India
2011 ‘Unwritten thoughts’[8][9] Group Exhibition at Chandigarh Museum and Art Gallery Chandigarh India

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheveta Bhatia, January 21, 2012, A new world view. Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  2. ^ Georgina Maddox, May 10, 2012, A toast to 100 years of Indian cinema.Mail Today.Retrieved May 14, 2012.
  3. ^ Purvaja Sawant, May 4, 2012, Painting the town filmi.The Times of India.Retrieved May 14, 2012.
  4. ^ Piyali Dasgupta, April 11, 2012, "My Name is ShahRukh & I'm not just a Goat".The Times of India.Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  5. ^ TNS, March 14, 2010, Art triangle. The Tribune. Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  6. ^ Apoorva Dutt, October 18, 2010, Art goes to street, Daily News and Analysis. Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  7. ^ Manik Katyal, October 10, 2011, Emaho Travellers Meet. Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  8. ^ Sheveta Bhatia, November 26, 2011, Human Nature, The Indian Express. Retrieved May 28, 2012.
  9. ^ Vasudha Gupta, November 26, 2011, For the love of art, The Tribune. Retrieved May 28, 2012.