Alicia Ehni (b. Lima, Peru, lives and works in NY) is 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 Turning Stone, Frederico Seve Gallery/Latincollector NY (2013) curated by Patterson Sims. Latest group shows 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).
Ehni studied Art at Universidad Católica, Perú and received a BFA from Pratt Institute, NY. She is been selected on of the Elizabeth Foundation 2018 Shift Resident Artist.