Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima) / Mirror Room. SIMON STARLING. Simon Starling Project For A Masquerade (Hiroshima), 2010 16 mm film transferred to HD Duration: 25:54 minutes Edition of 5 + 1AP Simon Starling Ushiwaka / Atom Piece & Nuclear Energy, 2012 2, wooden masks with stands Installed dimensions variable Unique in a set of 2 Commissioned specifically for the twin exhibitions, Triangulation Station A Simon Starling - Born 1967, Epsom; Lives in Copenhagen. Monash University Museum of Art – MUMA, Caulfield East (Solo, 18/07/2013—21/09/2013) Early life. This is the first part of a two-part exhibition to be realized at The Modern Institute, Glasgow and Hiroshima City Museum, where Simon will exhibit in January 2011. A public sculpture by Simon Starling has been commissioned by the city of Lyon for 2010; a solo exhibition of his work will open at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art in 2011. Simon Starling’s interest in the company was further compounded by the discovery that perched on a somewhat bizarrely located baby-grand piano in the factory’s showroom, was a piece of Simon Sebag Montefiore is the author of the global bestsellers 'The Romanovs' and 'Jerusalem: the Biography,' 'Stalin: the Court of the Red Tsar' and Young Stalin and the novels Sashenka and One Night in Winter and "Red Sky at Noon."
38 color transparencies, 6 × 7 cm each. The pan-global plot of Simon Starling’s latest work is as labyrinthine as a Cold War spy thriller. Sardinia and Piedmont, as a gift to his wife, Maria Theresa and can now be found in the collections of the Palazzo Reale. They had 6 children: Annie May Mason (born Starling), Winifred Louise Scarlet (born Starling) and 4 other children. Established in Vienna in 2011, the TBA21 Academy is an offshoot of TBA21 that focuses on ecological and social issues. 2019: Charlesworth, J.J.: ‘Simon Starling at The Modern Institute, Glasgow’, Art Review, 10/2019 Harris, Gareth: ‘Simon Starling tells the tale of a Turin car tycoon and his Old Master sliced in half’, The Art Newspaper, 16/09/2019 2016 Simon Wyer Starling: Birthdate: circa 1852: Birthplace: Denver, Norfolk, England: Death: July 1925 (68-77) 48 Vanburgh Hill Greenwich, England, United Kingdom Immediate Family: Son of William Starling and Mary Ann Scott Husband of
Simon Starling: Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima) Simon Starling: ‘It seemed like an irresistible moment to make a show about a divided painting’ The artist Simon Starling, who won the Turner prize in 2005 for Shedboatshed – for which he turned a wooden shed into a boat and sailed it down the Rhine before reassembling it as a shed in a Swiss gallery – was born in Epsom, Surrey in 1967. Simon was previously head of policy and UK campaigns at Concern, leading a team of advocates and campaigners influencing the UK government and the public on international development issues including hunger, nutrition, resilience and humanitarian crises. Simon married Annie Edwards Starling (born Spanton) on month day 1898, at age 28 at marriage place. Simon Starling.