malavika mandal andrew

About

EXHIBITIONS

Experience

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

PROJECTS

DOCUMENTATION

1995

Traditional Phulia Tangail Sari design

Chikan Work of Lucknow

Convocation Scarves for Calcutta University under the guidance of Shri.K.G.Subramanyam

1993

2020

“Red” Colors of Humanity Art Gallery USA- Online exhibition

“2020 Photography/ Digital Art” Contemporary Art Gallery, USA- Online exhibition 

 

"Hyderabad Literary Festival (HLF)" - Online exhibition curated  by Ms. Koeli Ghosh, India

 

"Khajuraho International Online Art Exhibition" by EACH, India 

2019

“3rd All India Contemporary Art Exhibition” at Anand Art Mission, Haridwar, India

 

“From the Artist’s Studio” by Samsara Art, Mumbai, India

 

“Shakti” at Tasmai Gallery, Puducherry, India

“Studio Secrets” Curated by Jasmine Shah Verma, at Tranceforme, Mumbai, India

2018

“Busan International Art Fair 2017” by Gallery Beyond at Bexco, Busan, Korea

2017

“Colours of life – Strokes of Hope” the aid for cancer patients at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai, India

 

“Postcard Homage to Mani-da (K.G.Subramanyan)” at Tasmai
Gallery, Puducherry, India

2016

“From the artist studio” by Samsara Art, Mumbai, India 2015

 

“From the Tasmai Collection” at Tasmai Gallery, Puducherry, India

 

“In an artist’s mind VI” by Gallery Angel Arts at JW Marriot, Mumbai, India


“Colours of life - Crafted Changes” the aid for cancer patients at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai, India

2015

“Combines” at Gallery Beyond, Mumbai, India

“Independence/ In-Dependence” at Tasmai Gallery, Puducherry, India


“Celebrating Womanhood” at Tilting Art Gallery, Pune, India

2014

Auction “Hospital on Wheels” organized by Rotary Club at MC Ghia Hall, Mumbai, India


“Small is Beautiful (Card-O-Logy III)” Curated by Jasmine Shah
Verma, Presented by Samsara Art, at Gallery Le Sutra, Mumbai,
India


“India Art Fair” by The Viewing Room Gallery at Delhi, India

2013

“Colours of life” the aid for cancer patients at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai, India

 

“Evanescence” at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai , India

2012

“Expression: Of Paint, Wood & Enamel” at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai, India


“My Spirituality” by Chitraspandan, Mumbai, India

2011

“The Story Of The Multiples” at Emami Chisel Art Gallery, Kolkata, India

“Nine -Her Magic Square” Curated by Veeranganakumari Solanki at The Viewing Room Gallery, Mumbai, India


“Group Show” at Gallery Beyond, Mumbai, India


“The art of luck: Card-O-Logy II” Curated by Jasmine Shah Verma, Presented by Samsara Art, at Gallery Le Sutra, Mumbai,
India

“Monsoon” by Chitraspandan, Mumbai, India

2010

“Nothing will ever be the same again” Curated by Jasmine Shah
Verma at Hirji Gallery, Mumbai, India


“Visions” by Art for Prabhat at Gallery Zazaspace, New
Delhi, India

2009

“Bricks & Mortar” Curated by Jasmine Shah Verma at Hacienda Gallery, Mumbai, India

2008

2012

Project on Warli Painting –Talasari -Dhanu.

“Elevate Living” for Habitat Linen -Mumbai

R & D on Textured surface development enhancement for different fabric and lifestyle accessories at “Dhanalaxmi Fabric Ltd” - Mumbai

2007

Project on velvet with enhancement for Victoria Secret, USA

 

“A New look in3 dimensional fabrics” exhibited at Frankfurt, Heimtextil

2006

“Feel Royal” exhibited at Frankfurt Heimtextil

“Art of lines on velvet” for Covington, USA

2005

“Feel Royal” exhibited at Frankfurt Heimtextil

“Art of lines on velvet” for Covington, USA

2004

Project on kid’s art form and products exhibited at Frankfurt Heimtextil

2003

Project on “Development of Poona Sarees ”for Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, at Weaver Service center Mumbai

1999

“Fiber to Fabric” Project on Designer Tie, Scarf on Silk

1997

2011

“In Transit” at Quill and Canvas Gallery, DLF, Gurgaon, India

2003

1990

1989

“Source” Tapestry Exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, India

“Memories-2” at International club BHEL, Haridwar, India

“Memories-1” at International club BHEL, Haridwar, India

Malavika Mandal Andrew (b.1971) is an artist whose practice includes mix media, digital collage and digital art, tapestry and other fibre art. She received her Bachelors of Fine Art in Textile Designing in 1993 and her Masters of Fine Art in Textile and Tapestry 1995 from Kala Bhavana, Vishwa Bharati University, Santiniketan.

 

During her time at Kala Bhavana she was awarded the National Scholarship by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development and did her training under Riten Mozumdar. In 2012 the artist was awarded “The Pollock Krasner Foundation” grant under which she worked with Warli artists from Talasari, Maharashtra to create mix media paintings.

In 2021, Malavika became the first Indian artist to be listed in the Techspressionist Artist Index.

She has participated in numerous solo & group, national & international shows. She also conducts offline & online workshops

Born and brought up in the lush valley of Haridwar, the artist now makes the crawling metropolis of Mumbai her home.