Highly regarded for her site-specific murals and installations in the public realm, Sinta Tantra was awarded the inaugural Bridget Riley Drawing Fellowship at The British School at Rome (2017). She is the recipient of the British Council's International Development Award and was shortlisted for the Jerwood Painting Prize. Commissions include: Facebook, London (2018); Folkestone Triennial (2017); Newnham College, University of Cambridge (2016); Songdo South Korea (2015); Royal British Society of Sculptors (2013); Liverpool Biennial (2012) and Southbank Centre (2007). Tantra's most notable public work includes a 300-metre long painted bridge, commissioned for the London 2012 Olympics, in Canary Wharf, London.
'This piece takes its title from Modernist Designer Eileen Grey's house on the Cote d'Azur, 'E-1027' (1929). Inspired by the silhouettes of Grey's furniture designs and her careful balance between function and beauty, Tantra's 'E-1027' is a playful exploration of line, weight and perspective...the cube being not merely a plinth but a sculptural object in itself..."