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SANGEETA BABANI

Contemporary Artist, Painter

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Sangeeta Babani is one of the most celebrated artists of our country and is renowned for her vibrant palette. Born in Spain, imbibing Spanish Art & Culture during her growing years led her to the ultimate initiation into Indian Art after she settled in Mumbai. Characterized by an ambiguity, simultaneously introspective and impressionist in nature, her paintings come alive with vibrant hues, multiple thoughts and a story. She has brought a quirky dimension to art by being the first artist to use cars as her canvas.

She was the first artist selected by Tata Motors to modify Nano into an exemplary work of art in 2012. Babani has exhibited her versatility by taking art outside the conventional gallery space, for example in 2013, her work was part of the London Design Festival, in 2015 she made a BMW sedan her live canvas that attracted significant attention and she displayed an 18 feet installation known as Lost Art at Palladium in 2018.

Babani is also recognized for her creativity and work on metal. She has held numerous exhibitions in India and abroad. She has represented India in various international events and has been acclaimed and acknowledged several times during her career. In 2017 she was awarded the Contemporary Artist in Paris (France) and in 2018 she was bestowed with AspiringShe Women Achiever Award and has won the Women Super Achiever Award at 6 th World Women Leadership Awards. Babaniís paintings demonstrate lively hues, multiple thoughts and interesting stories, and she has behind her more than 12 solo shows.

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SANGEETA BABANI Sangeeta Babani is one of the most celebrated artists of our country and is renowned for her vibrant palette. Born in Spain, imbibing Spanish Art & Culture during her growing years led her to the ultimate initiation into Indian Art after she settled in Mumbai.