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In our Social entrepreneur series in this episode we are introducing you a very dynamic and and popular social Entrepreneur of Mumbai who firmly believes in her work and passionate about Art and painting yes we are talking about Sangeeta Babani .She shared her Entrpreuner and Professional Journey with Hello Womeniya .
Sangeeta grew up in the south-east coast of Spain where she completed her formative and higher education. She has meticulously meshed both cultures of India and Spain in her paintings. She has exhibited her paintings at the prestigious and iconic Jehangir Gallery in Mumbai in addition to countless groups exhibitions and 12 solo exhibitions in India and abroad.
She paints sky-scrapers, cars, happy people, nudity amidst a backdrop of the hustle and bustle of the busy city life what might be an ‘architectural abstraction’ with themes that touch on a quest to delve into the confusion of the individual with themselves and the relationship with the chaotic urban centres and mega-cities. Many times we encounter her figures acquiescing to the power of the populated mosaic of the metropolis.
She loves expressing her creativity on cars too and her work on metal is as reflective of her influences as that on canvas.
She is very well known for her vibrant palette and has brought a unique dimension to Art by being amongst the first to use Cars as her canvas
she was the first Artist selected by Tata Motors to transform the Nano into an iconic work of Art in 2012. Since then Babani has gone to work with BMW’s, Jeep and Mercedes Benz.
She also showcased her versatility by taking Art outside the traditional gallery space, in 2016, she showcased an 18 feet Installation called The Lost Art at Palladium.
The accomplished Artist was awarded for her Contemporary work in Paris ( France) in 2017.