Neeli Malik

Updated: 28 Sep 2022

Neeli Malik is a graduate of BFA Fine Art from the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. She specialises in silkscreen printmaking, photo-intaglio, and installation-based performances. She received training at London Print Studio, and is currently studying MA Print at the Royal College of Art. In 2021 she was awarded a Burberry Design Scholarship to sponsor her education at the RCA. Her work has been exhibited in various galleries and museums, including the Ashmolean Museum, the Oxford Museum of Natural History, the 6B Contemporary Arts Centre in Paris, and most recently the Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park, London.

During her time as artist-in-residence at Creative Spark, Neeli will produce a series of CMYK screen prints based on photographs and interviews taken both with local shopkeepers in Dundalk as well as her hometown of London as part of an ongoing project, 100 Days of Groceries. Spread across places, the project is a love-letter to greengrocers, fruit & veg stands, butchers, deli’s, fishmongers, and bakers. It documents not just the history of where a shop may stand, but the voices and stories of the people running them.


You can see more of her work on her website:


Or, you can keep up with her practise via her Instagram @vegetable.peeli