Nalini Malani

Country: India
 

Title:  Medea's Robe

Medium: Oil and charcoal wall paintings

Size: Installation





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Malani was born in Karachi, India. From 1964 to '67 she worked in a studio at Bhulabhai Memorial Institute where Bombay artists, musicians, and performing artists worked together as a community. Malani received her Diploma in Fine Arts from Sir J. J. School of Art, Bombay in 1969.

Her selected solo exhibitions in India include: City of Desires, Gallery Chemould, Bombay, 1992; LTG Gallery, New Delhi, 1992; Sakshi Gallery, Madras, Bangalore, 1992; Gallery Chemould, Bombay, 1991; Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay, 1991; Under the Skin, Gallery 7, Bombay, 1990; Pundole Art Gallery, Bombay, 1982, '84, and '86; Contemporary Art Gallery, Ahmedabad, 1983; and Art Heritage, Bombay, 1980.

Her selected group exhibitions include: Parallel Perceptions, Sakshi Gallery, Bombay, 1994; Still Life, Sakshi Gallery, Bombay, 1993; A Critical Difference, traveling exhibition in the United Kingdom, 1993; Journeys within Landscapes, Sakshi Gallery, Bombay, 1992; Splash, Images on Glass, Gallery Chemould, Bombay, 1990; Smith Galleries, London, 1987; Coups de Coeur, Halle Sud Geneva, Switzerland, 1987; IInd Havana Biennale, Cuba, 1987; Les Artistes Étrangeres en France, Centre National Des Arts Plastiques, Paris, 1985; and Contemporary Indian Art, Royal Academy of Art, London, 1982.
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