Siddharth is a well-known artist who is now in Honk Kong and has temporarily settled outside India. He is not only famous because of his art and exhibitions but also because of his appearance in Indian Television Serials.
Born in 1976, Siddharth completed his graduation from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi,
New Delhi, with a degree in B. Sc. Later in 2015, he joined Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong, Baptist University, Hong Kong, for MVA Studio Arts & Extended Media. After completing graduation, he did work as a Video Journalist for New Delhi Television for two years (1998-2000). After this, he stepped into Television Industry in 2000 and worked in serials and later in few movies.
Siddharth is a great artist and is doing well with his art and exhibition. He has displayed many artifacts in exhibitions, and his art is well praised by all. But Siddharth’s career is not only limited to art and painting. He started his career from Television Industry and was also a part of Film Industry. He started his career long back in 2000 from TV serials and advertisements. His first appearance was in Akaash, a TV series which was aired on Zee TV in the year 2000. After that, he appeared in various other serials like ‘
Dil Se Dosti’ in 2001, ‘Kaboo: Kya Haadse Kya Haqeeqat’ in 2003. He was also a part of MTV Bakra. He worked for as a lead role in serials like Karma and Kaboo, which were very famous. In 2006, he made his appearance in movies and was a part of the famous film ‘
Don’ in a supporting role. After this, he started exhibitions and artwork and made a good career in that. He believed that people have uniquely expressed them with their time. From past ancient history till present social media platform, the fact is true for all. Art is a democratic activity for him, and he says, “My artistic practice is rooted in the belief that art making is intrinsic to human beings.”
Siddharth has done a great work in art and has earned various achievements and rewards. By Pure Art Foundation Grant Program, Hong Kong in 2015 for project grant for Encounters: Spaces in Transition, juried public arts festival, Mumbai, awarded by Art Oxygen, Mumbai. In 2014, he was the 1st Runner up in Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize.