Bharat Sikka


Born in 1973, Bharat Sikka moved from India to New York to pursue his career in photography and to study at the Parsons School of Design there. He received his Bachelor’s degree in photography in 2002, and has since been involved in several commercial projects for various high-profile international magazines. Julian Meijer, who accepted Sikka as a part of his prestigious Julian Meijer photography agency in 2001, says, "There is a thin line...
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Honours and Awards
  • 2005 Best Photographs 2005 from Time Magazine
  • 2003 50 Influential Photographer from Flash Art
  • 2002 PDN’s 30 Choice of Emerging Photographers
  • 2001 Parsons Scholarship, Parson's School of Design, New York
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    Lot 65 Details

    Spring Live Auction 26 March 2019

    Bharat Sikka

    Girl with Comb

    Archival ink-jet print on paper

    59.5 x 74 in



    Lot 40 Details

    Contemporary Indian Art: A Selection from the Amaya Collection 4-5 December 2018

    Bharat Sikka

    paper

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    Winning bid
    $4,620
    Rs 3,18,780
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    Lot 25 Details

    Kochi-Muziris Biennale Fundraiser Auction | Mumbai, Live 31 October 2017

    Bharat Sikka

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    Winning bid
    $5,938
    Rs 3,80,000
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    Lot 68 Details

    ALIVE Contemporary Day Sale | Mumbai, Live 15 February 2014

    Bharat Sikka

    Untitled

    Archival inkjet on paper

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    Winning bid
    $2,754
    Rs 1,68,000
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    Lot 117 Details

    No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art 22-23 October 2019

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    Winning bid
    $473
    Rs 33,120
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