Manjeet Bullar

Manjeet BullarManjeet Bullar was born in an army officer's family in Bombay(Now Mumbai) in the year 1958. His early childhood was spent in various army cantonment areas in the country which influenced his sensibilities and helped develop an aesthetic which was rich in Indian symbolism and culture. History has played a significant role in developing the ultimate design vocabulary of Manjeet Bullar.

A professional degree in Anthropology with specialization in Architecture and Anthropometry i.e. the proportions of the human body through the ages and species helped hone in the concept of 'Form and Function'. Alongside the arts was being developed and he held numerous shows specializing in cutting edge sculptural renderings in welded steel where his sculpture titled 'Static Time' was awarded the Lalit Kala Academy award by the Punjab Lalit Kala Academy by Mr. M.S Randhawa. His works are part of the permanent collection of Dr. B.N Goswami of the Punjab University Chandigarh, Victoria and Albert Museum London and other important galleries in India and abroad.

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Manjeet Bullar