Radha Binod Sharma

Radha Binod Sharma was born in Kamalpur,Tripura 1964. In his work, Sharma represents the people, impediments and venues of marginal or urban life. He uses a distinctive palette which illuminates earthly objects and the protagonists with luminescent light. The red, green, yellow and blue are nuanced along a scale of emotive association stretching from the sombre to the lurid, from the rawness of a brick wall to the gaudy neon-lit figures...
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Honours and Awards
  • 1994 The Charles Wallace Trust Grant, London
  • 1994 The Delfina StudioTrust, One Year Residency & Studio, London
  • 1992 The Elizabeth Greenshield Foundation Grant, Canada
  • 1991 Kanoria Fellowship, Ahmedabad
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    Lot 172 Details

    Auction 2002 (December) 1-4 December 2002

    Radha Binod Sharma

    Bhatiyar Gali

    Acrylic on handmade paper

    34 x 46 in



    Lot 133 Details

    Auction 2000 (November) 24 Nov-1 Dec 2000

    Radha Binod Sharma

    Untitled

    Acrylic on paper

    33.5 x 27.5 in




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    Lot 75 Details

    No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art 9-10 July 2019

    Radha Binod Sharma

    Untitled

    Mixed media on paper pasted on board

    22 x 29.75 in

    Winning bid
    $228
    Rs 15,504
    (Inclusive of buyer's premium)


    Lot 81 Details

    Absolute Auction of Modern & Contemporary Indian Art 20-21 August 2014

    Radha Binod Sharma

    Bhajia Corner

    Watercolour on paper

    20 x 27 in

    Winning bid
    $541
    Rs 31,920
    (Inclusive of buyer's premium)



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    Lot 199 Details

    Works on paper. 2-20 February 2006

    Radha Binod Sharma

    Goria Haat

    Acrylic on handmade paper

    12 x 17 in







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