The Modern Side of India. Bharat Sikka, born in 1973 grew up and then worked as a photographer in India before deciding to study at the Parson’s School of Design where he earned a BFA in photography. Establishing a fine art approach to the field of photography, Bharat documents contemporary visions of India. His portfolio consists of environmental portraits of “Indian men”, “Urban landscapes” in India and a personal project on his family. Since “Indian Men”, his first exhibition, at the Artists Space in NYC, his work has been displayed in numerous national and international exhibitions, including one at the National Museum of India in 2008 and SOTHEBY’S “Moments of Clarity” in 2002. Bharat has contributed for magazines and publications such as the New Yorker, I.D, Vogue, Vogue Homme International, Details and Time Magazine, where his work was featured amongst “The Best Photographs of 2005.” Bharat now lives and works between Europe and India.