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Shinod Akkaraparambil



 Born in Kerala in 1975, Shinod has a diploma in Fine Arts from Universal School of Fine Arts, Calicut. Shinod has been working as an illustrator for a number of leading publications in India, including The Times of India, India Today and The New Indian Express. Shinod attended the International Art Symposium The Breath of Epos 2010 at Elabuga, Russia, and he received a fellowship from New York based The Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2013. He currently lives and works in Chennai.   Solo Show 2002: Of Human Bondage Shackles in the Rat Race, Academy of Fine Art and Literature, New Delhi   Group Shows 2014: 'Twitter art exhibit', City Arts Factory Magic Gallery/ Orlando, Florida, USA. 2013: 'Memory', Richmond Art Gallery 2nd Biannual International Exhibition, Canada. 2013: Phone Box International Mail Art Exhibition, France. 2012: 'Magic Lantern', Art Houz, Chennai, India. 2012: United Art Fair New, New Delhi, India. 2011: Project Smile International Exhibition, Poland. 2010: 'The Breath of Epos', Ivan Shishkin Gallery Elabuga, Russia. 2003: 'Dreams: Projects Unrealized', Academy of Fine Art and Literature, New Delhi, India. 2002: 'Hasthakshar', Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi 2002: 'The Agony of Yamuna', Punjab Lalit Kala Academy, Chandigarh 2000: For Cyclone Victims of Orissa, Lalit Kala Academy, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi, India.   Collections Elabuga State Historical, Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve, Russia, and Private Collections in India and abroad   Here is it; an opening, a space which cordially inviting everything to co-exist, a primordial sensorium of preliminary tools and techniques that manually connects and reconstructs the sensible world. The pain of labour has been re-inscribed throughout, and the body wounded into life. The tools that borrowed from the body itself having the potential to break the limits, and that in turn carry the corporal into transcendence. The mutually inclusive one to one act reciprocally taking a step backwards to basics in time and retrace the steps in front. A disappearance from total visibility and a pull back from an excessive new form of technics is much more a need for recapturing the identity that lost elsewhere in the middle. Chora is conceived as an attempt of redemption by revisiting the basics of hand and tools, back to foreground the footprints, a harking back to the identity.

Shinod Akkaraparambil

    • Lives and Works :
    • Kerala
    • Education :
    • Diploma in Fine Arts from Universal School of Fine Arts, Calicut.


Artist Statement

Here is it; an opening, a space which cordially inviting everything to co-exist, a primordial sensorium of preliminary tools and techniques that manually connects and reconstructs the sensible world. The pain of labour has been re-inscribed throughout, and the body wounded into life. The tools that borrowed from the body itself having the potential to break the limits, and that in turn carry the corporal into transcendence. The mutually inclusive one to one act reciprocally taking a step backwar
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Artist Biography

 Born in Kerala in 1975, Shinod has a diploma in Fine Arts from Universal School of Fine Arts, Calicut. Shinod has been working as an illustrator for a number of leading publications in India, including The Times of India, India Today and The New Indian Express. Shinod attended the International Art Symposium The Breath of Epos 2010 at Elabuga, Russia, and he received a fellowship from New York based The Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2013. He currently lives and works in Chennai.   Sol
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