Sinta Tantra: ‘People say my art makes them happy’

Ben Luke, London Evening Standard

“Next week the Folkestone Triennial begins with the unveiling of the latest artworks to transform this formerly rundown seaside town. Rather than rocking up every three years, dumping a load of contemporary art around and disappearing quickly and forgettably, as some similar events do, the organisers have ensured that much of the art remains and becomes part of the fabric of the town — works by Mark Wallinger, Cornelia Parker and Tracey Emin, among others, are now part of the Folkestone townscape.”

Sinta Tantra: ‘People say my art makes them happy’, London Evening Standard, article, 2017

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