Alicia Ehni (b. Lima, Peru) is a New York based multidisciplinary artist best known for her geometric sculptures and symmetrical sculptural pairs made from mixed media and stone. For the last fifteen years Ehni has used pure geometry and pre-Columbian iconography to address territory concerns and bring focus to the changing landscape.
Her solo exhibitions include Distant Coordinates ICPNA-Perú (2016), Reflexions in Stone, Galería Lucia de la Puente, Perú (2015) and Mapping Stone, Frederico Seve Gallery/Latincollector NY (2013) curated by Patterson Sims. Latest group shows Temporary Islands, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, EFA Project Space (2019), Latin America: Modernity at Corkin Gallery, Toronto (2017), Off Time at NYFA (2017), coda at Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2017), Untitled and A Mar at Galería Lucia de la Puente, Perú (2016). She received a Puffin Foundation Grant, a Ruth Stanton Scholarship and is NLI Fellow of National Association of Latino Arts and Culture. Residencies include Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts SHIFT Residency, Mass MoCA Studio Residency, Vermont Studio Center.
Ehni studied Arts at Universidad Católica, Perú and Pratt Institute, NY.