Shinod Akkaraparambil is an Artist and Illustrator based in Chennai, India. He was born in 1975 at Koduvally village near Calicut, Kerala. He had done his early schooling at HSS Chakkalakal Madavoor. He took his Diploma in Fine Arts from Universal School of Fine Arts, Calicut kerala, 1995. He Participated Pune biennale 2015, he received The Pollock-Krasner Foundation fellowship from New York in 2013 and attended the International Art Symposium The Breath of Epos 2010 at Elabuga, Russia. He has been working as an illustrator for a number of leading publications in India, including The Times of India, The New Indian Express and India Today.
April 15th 2015, Art Houz Museum/Art Gallery Bangalore, India.
May 2015 Art Houz Museum/Art Gallery Chennai, India.
2014: Chora-The Tools Art Houz Museum/Art Gallery Chennai, India.
2002: Of Human Bondage Shackles in the Rat Race, Academy of Fine Artand Literature, New Delhi, India.
2015: 'Go Tell it to the Mountains Balgandharva Art Gallery Pune, India.
2014: Scaffold, Madras Craft Foundation in DakshinaChitra Chennai, India.
2014: Installation at Ascendas IT Park, Chennai in collaboration with Art Houz for CHiPKO movement, India.
2014: Scaffold a group show at Lalit Kala Academy Chennai, India.
2014: Gustave Doré (1832 – 1883) 'Master of Imagination' National Gallery of Canada.
2014: International Mail Art – Egypt.
2014: First Class An International Mail Art Exhibition’ Port City Gallery Portland, USA.
2014: 6X6 Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, New York.
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 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, India.
2000: For Cyclone Victims of Orissa, Lalit Kala Academy, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi, India.
Elabuga State Historical, Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve, Russia, and
Private Collections in India and abroad.