Twin brothers Doug and Mike Starn (American, b.1961) were born in New Jersey, and both earned MFAs at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 1985. They specialize in photography and photo-based mixed-media works, which include materials such as Plexiglas, wood, nails, and transparency film. The Starn brothers typically reinterpret traditional or famous images from art history, and incorporate them into their unique style of art. Their work is often collaged with scotch tape and push pins holding everything together, a decidedly low-tech approach to creating various works of high-art. The artists have exhibited at numerous venues internationally, including solo shows at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY; Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum in Kagawa, Japan; the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia; and the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, CA.