Mubarak Atmata is a visual artist, based in Kerala. His works are largely straightforward depictions of everyday objects and scenes, many of them in Palakkad, an Indian district. He experiments with colour photography as an artistic medium.
Mubarak's quest for artistic expressions spans across the diverse space-time continuum. People, things (both tangible and intangible), ideas, and apparitions get a new spatial and temporal existence in his photographs.According to him, art forms aren't mere institutionalized art practices but one of the most natural happenings evolved unfolding alongside life, death and every moment in between.
Chembai Memorial Govt. Music College, Palakkad. 1996.
Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad. 1997.
Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad. 1998.
Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad. 2000.
Tholanur Higher Secondary School. 2000.
Malayala Kalagramam, Artist Village. Mahe. 2001.
Thunchan Parambu, Thirur. 2001.
Information Ofice Hall, Palakkad. 2004.
Kalakendram, Art Gallery and Performing Centre. Palakkad. 2004.
N S S College, Ottapalam. 2005.
Govt. College, Chittur. 2005.
Govt. Engineering College, Sreekrishnapuram. 2005.
The Atlas of Khasak.
Fort Maidan, Palakkad. 2007.
Ala Cultural Centre, Mulanthuruthy. 2019.
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28, Vidyuth Nagar, Palakkad. Kerala. India.