Ethan Patrick Sherman
Ethan Patrick Sherman was born in Fishtown, Philadelphia, PA, in 1990. He lives and works between Philadelphia, PA and Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de Mexico, Estado de Mexico. His work encompasses painting, sculpture, photography, drawing and sometimes social practice. His life and practice are influenced by architecture, design, Magical Realism, the work of Jorge Luis Borges, Roberto Bolaño, Agnes Martin, Trevor Paglen, Dove Allouche, Hector Esrawe, Susan Sontag, Sam Moyer and Neal Stephenson. He studied Printmaking and Sculpture at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. He has exhibited in New York City, NY, Trenton, NJ, Wilmington, DE, Baltimore, MD, Minneapolis, MN, New Orleans, LA, Pont-Aven, France, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Karachi, Pakistan. His work has been featured in Create Magazine, The St. Claire, Zettel Magazine and Fresh Paint Magazine. From 2014 to 2018 he was a member of Little Berlin and curated λόγος (2017), Uline Official Spring/Summer 2017 at the Artist Run Art Fair in Baltimore, MD, and Developer (2016).