Known for：〈Matter 〉 〈 of Kashmir, where the flowers still grow〉
(b.1973 New Delhi, India) born and raised in India, where he began his photographic practice before studying at the parson’s school of design, NY. Sikka’s long-term photographic projects have centered on the cultural residues and societal transformations within India, rendered with the visual language and material forms of contemporary art photography. His work subtly speaks to India’s history and regionality (of Kashmir, where the flowers still grow), the tide of globalization (matter), and masculinity (Indian men). Sikka has participated in many exhibitions including The Sapper (solo), Unseen Amsterdam, 2019; Reimagine (solo), Photoworks festival & Brighton festival, 2016; Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years Of Photography From India – Pakistan And Bangladesh (group), Whitechapel Gallery (London) & Fotomuseum Winterthur(Switzerland),2010; Space In-between, Les Rencontres d’Arles, France,2007; Paris Photo and Anne De Villepoix (Paris), 2006.