Doug and Mike Starn

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Doug and Mike Starn are American artists and identical twin brothers who produce their works of art as a team.

The Starn brothers grew up in New Jersey and attended School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, graduating in 1984. They continued to live in Boston until 1989, when they moved to New York.[1] The brothers at one point had their studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn.[2] Their current studio space is in Beacon, New York.[3]

Major works[edit]


  1. ^ ART Double Vision Doug and Mike Starn look to the Old Masters for the images that make their massive photo collages, Los Angeles Times, Kristine McKenna, Oct 21, 1990.
  2. ^ [1] Randy Kennedy, In the Garage, With Heat, Light and Snowflakes, September 2, 2007, New York Times.
  3. ^ a b [2] See It, Feel It, Touch It, Climb It, Carol Vogel, February 11, 2010, New York Times.
  4. ^ [3] Venice Biennale: ‘Big Bambú,’ Italian Style, Roberta Smith, May 31, 2011, New York Times.
  5. ^ [4] Making Artistic Connections at a Subway Station, Marlena Ryzik, December 14, 2008, New York Times.

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