Born 1980. Lives and works in London.

EDUCATION
2007
MA, Chelsea College of Art
2003
BA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art & The Art Institute of Chicago

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra: Collaborative Works II, Choi & Lager Gallery, Cologne
2013
Nick Hornby: Sculpture (1504 - 2013) Churner and Churner, New York
Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra, One Canada Square, London
Matthew Burrows and Nick Hornby, The Solo Projects, Basel
2011
Atom vs Super Subject, Alexia Goethe Gallery, London
2008
Tell Tale Heart, Camley Street Natural Park, London
Clifford Chance Sculpture Award 2008, Clifford Chance, London

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
2016
Young Bright Things, David Gill Gallery, London
Group show, Eduardo Secci Gallery, Florence
2014
The Last Picture Show, Churner and Churner Gallery, New York
Slipped Gears, Eyebean Centre, Benningon College Art Gallery, Vermont, USA
Eric Fertman and Nick Hornby, Time Equities Building, New York
Bird God Drone, Public Commission, Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York
2013
Out of Hand: Materializing the Post-Digital, Museum of Art and Design, New York
Ikono On-Air Festival, Ikono, Berlin
Drawing Biennial 2013, Drawing Room, London
2012
Polish Biennale: Meditations- The Unknown, Poznan, Poland
Sculptor's Drawings, Pangolin, London
2011
Aggregate: Nick Hornby, Clare Gasson, Connor Linskey, Churner adn Churner, New York
Open Prototyping, Eyebeam, New York
Are Pictures Awlays Paintngs? Alexia Goethe Gallery, London
2010
Patrons, Muses and Professionals, Eyebean, New York
Volume One: Props, Events and Encounters, The Hub, Athens, Greece
Sculpture Promenade, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Olympiad, Lighton House, London
2009
Walking in our Mind, Royal Festival Hall, London
West London Studio Project - Prologue, London 2012 Olympiad
The Ghost in the Machine, Visual Dialogues, Tate Triennial, Tate Britain
The Voice and Nothing More, Slade Research Cetnre, Woburn Square, London
2008
Anticipation, Selfridges, London
Telltale Heart, Camiey Street Natural Park, London
2007
Future Map 07, The Arts Gallery, University of Arts, London
MA Show, Chelsea College of Art, London
How we May Be, late at Tate, August, Tate Britain, London
I Am Your Worst Nightmare, Arnolfini, Bristol
Late Nights, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Late at Tate, Tate Britain, London
2006
Hayward Nights, Hayward Gallery, London
BlindArt, Bankside Gallery, London
Arctic Circle, ICA London and Hayward Gallery, London
NODE.London, Media Arts London, Slade Woburn Square, London
2003
BA Show, Slade School of Art

PRIZES, AWARDS & RESIDENCIES
2014
Appointed FRBS, Fellow of the RBS, Royal British Society of Sculptors
2012
Residency at the Bowes Museum, UK
Residency, Ceramics, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London
Residency at IIFA (International Institute of Fine Arts), New Delhi, India
Shortlisted for Victoria and Albert Cast Courts, London
2011
Residency at Eyebeam, New York
2010
Awarded RKBC Artist's Professional Development Bursary
2009
Awarded Deidre Hubbard Sculpture Award
Residency, Institute of Contemporary Indian Art (ICIA House), Mumbai, India
Selected for 2009-10 AA2A Scheme
Shortlisted for Spitalfields Sculpture Prize
Sculpture Bursary Award, RBS, Royal British Soicety of Sculptors
Shortlisted for Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2009
2008
Awarded Clifford Chance Sculpture Award, 2008
2006
Awarded £5,000 Blindart Prize
2003
University of London convocation travel award London





SINTA TANTRA

Born 1979, New York
Lives and works in London and Bali

EDUCATION:
2009/10
University of the Arts, Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education Teaching
2003-2006
Royal Academy of Arts London, Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Art
2000-2003
Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, BA n Fine Art with First-Class Honours
1999 - 2000
Middlesex University, BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
Essence of a Thing, House of St. Barnabas, London
Fantastic/Chromatic, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London
Collaborative Works II: Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra, Choi and Lager Gallery, Cologne
2013
Collaborative Works: Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra curated by Ann Elliott, Canary Wharf, London
2011
Dymaxion: Dynamic, Maximum, Tension, curated by Amanprit Sandhu, Liverpool Biennial, UK
2010
Sinta Tantra curated by Eliza Tan, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston Unviersity, UK
Arsenic Fantasy, Gaya Fusion Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
2009
Real Phoney, Monika Bobinska Gallery, USA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015
Infinity in Flux Art, JOG 8, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Group Show and charity auction: Inspired By Soane, John Soane Museum, London
2014
Bend Sinister, I-Can, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
What You See is What You See, Carsten Fock and Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London
Gatekeeper: Liene Bosque, Sinta Tantra, Kate Gilmo, William Holman Gallery, New York
2013
Kiss Me Deadly, Royal Automobile Club, London UK
ICAD, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Fine Line, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong
2012
Confined, curated by William Lunn, NEST, The Hague, Netherlands
Charity Auction: The Faberge Big Egg Hunt, London, UK
2011
Apocalypstick, The Nunnery Gallery, London
Charity Auction: Royal Academy Schools Auction, London
2010
And There Was, Salon Vert, London
2009
Present Perfect, Monica Bobinska Gallery, London
2008
Nothing Works, curated by Michael Czerwinski and Amanprit Sandhu, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
Gatti, curated by Brooke Lynn MacGowan, The Canal Museum, London
2007
Group Exhibition, Picante, Deutsche Bank, London
2005
BaroquerocksEspace Brochage Express, Paris
Salon de Freehand, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne
Boo Hoo Hoo! I'm between a Laugh and a Cry, Ada Street Gallery, London
Waiting, Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg

PUBLIC COMMISSIONS
2015
Public Art Commission, Newnham College, Cambridge University, commissioned by Newnham College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK
Major Public Art Commission, Songdo commissioned by the South Korean Government, Songdo
2014
Public Art Commission Shortlisted: Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra North Kensington, London
Public Art Commission, Bristol Royal Infirmary Hospital, commissioned by Willis Newson, Bristol, UK
2013
Public Art Commission, The Eccentricity of Zero, curated by Claire Mander of the RBS, Holland Park, London
Public Art Commission, Greater Reality of Elsewhere, commissioned by Locwus International, Swansea, Wales, UK
2012
Public Art Commission,  Together Yet Forever Apart, commissioned by Open Eye Gallery for the Liverpool Biennial, UK
Public Art Commission, A Beautiful Sunset Mistaken For a Dawn, commissioned by Canary Wharf Group, London
2008
Public Art Commission, A Good Time and a Half!, commissioned by The Southbank Centre for The Saisson Poetry Library, London
2007
Public Art Commission, Neon Tetra, commissioned by CreateKX for Camley Street Natural Park, London
Public Art Commission, Isokon Dreams, commissioned by London Borough of Camden, Regents Park Bridge, London
Public Art Commission, Line Upcommissioned by Platform for Art, Piccadilly Tube Station, London

SELECTED PRIZES AND HONOURS
2012
First Prize, Painting and Decorating Industry Award, UK
The Royal British Society of Sculptors AHRBS
2010
Shortlisted for the Jerwood Contemporary Painting Prize
2009
British Council Grant
Courvosier ‘The Future 500’ in partnership with The Observer Newspaper
2007
Arts Council England Grant
Westminster Civic Award, Public Arts
2006
The Deutsche Bank Award in Fine Art
The Gordon Luton Award, The Worshipful Company Painters Stainers Trust
2005
Michael Moser Award
2003 - 6
Paul Smith Postgraduate Scholarship at The Royal Academy