Bharat Sikka, Untitled, 2016


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Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl
From an edition of 100 numbered and signed on the reverse
Image size: 14 x 11 inches
Paper size: 16 x 13 inches

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About this work:

Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn – RuPaul

“I noticed the unicorn head on my first trip to Brighton when I was photographing one of the participants for Reimagine, but I didn’t photograph it at the time. The image stayed with me  – and I began to see it as signifier of the fantasy that had become a recurring theme in my series commissioned for Brighton Photo Biennial. So on my next trip, I made a point of returning to document it. I like this photograph’s purity and dream-like simplicity, but unicorns are charged with layers of meaning.”

About Bharat Sikka:

Bharat Sikka (b. 1973) grew up in India, working there as a photographer before studying at the Parsons School of Design, NYC, where he earned a BFA in Photography. Establishing a fine art approach to the field of photography, Bharat documents contemporary visions of India. His work subtly speaks to India’s history and regionality (of Kashmir, in Where the Flowers Still Grow), the tide of globalisation (Matter), and masculinity (Indian Men).

This edition was beautifully printed by Spectrum Photographic in 2016.


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