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Ethan MURROW - Betrayal

 
Ethan MURROW Betrayal  
Ethan MURROW - Betrayal
Paper - 2012
91 x 91 cm.

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EDUCATION

2002
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Master of Fine Arts degree in drawing, painting and sculpture

1998
Carleton College, Northfield, MN. B.A. in Studio Arts with a focus on painting and printmaking, Cum Laude with Distinction in The Arts (highest award given in the arts)

FILMOGRAPHY

2008
“Dust”, Official Selection, 46th annual New York Film Festival, New York, NY Co-writer, actor and narrator, produced with Harvest Films, Santa Monica, CA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2012
Obsolete Gallery, Venice, CA

2011
Winston Wachter, New York, NY
La Galerie Particulière, Paris, France

2010
Winston Wachter Gallery, Seattle, WA
Obsolete Gallery, Venice, CA
Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI

2009
Winston Wachter Fine Art, New York, NY

2008
D3 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Obsolete Gallery, Venice, CA

2007
Winston Wachter Fine Art, Seattle, WA
Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2006
Firehouse Center For The Visual Arts, Burlington, VT

2005
Obsolete Gallery, Venice, CA
Youngblood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Reeves Contemporary, New York, NY

2004
MPG Contemporary, Boston, MA 2004 Building a Legacy The Bemis Center, Omaha, NE
Robert Rentz Gallery, Richmond, VA

2003
Aiken Center for the Arts, Aiken, SC
Spheris Gallery, Bellows Falls, VT
“Space Lab” Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH
Doll-Anstadt Gallery, Burlington, VT

2002
Mitten Gallery, Harrisonburg, VA

2001
MPG Contemporary, Boston, MA

2000
Firehouse Center For The Visual Arts, Burlington, VT

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2008
“New Prints” The International Print Center, New York, NY

2005
The Ever Changing Landscape The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Louisville, KY

2004
Land Colby Sawyer College Art Gallery New London, NH

2003
Charcoal Reeves Contemporary, New York, NY
The Viewing Room, New York, NY
Violent Violence Gallery Art et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, Holland

2002
Coloring Words The Fotogalerie, Fringe Club, Hong Kong
New Currents in Contemporary Art Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC

2001
International Sculpture Center at Grounds For Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ

RESIDENCIES, FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS

2007
Artist in Residence, invited to create three limited edition lithographs with master printers.
The Tamarind Institute, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

2004
Artist in Residence, Fellowship. The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

2004
Artist in Residence. Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2001
Outstanding Student Achievement Award for Sculpture. The International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ

1998
The Sigrid and Erling Larsen Award for creative excellence in the arts. Carleton College,
Northfield, MN

1996
Hyslop-Warnholtz Artist's Grant, for travel and intensive study in Ireland. Burren College of Art,
Ballyvaughn, Ireland, Carleton College Art Department

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Cornell Fine Arts Museum
The University of New Mexico
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
Liberty Media
The Guggenheim Foundation
20th Century Fox
Harvest Films
Burton Snowboards
Burj Dubai – EMAAR
The Copper Press

SELECTED REVIEWS, PUBLICATIONS AND INTERVIEWS

- “Ethan Murrow” Los Angeles : Obsolete Books, 2008, 116 pages with an essay by Ric Kasini Kadour
- ZYZZYVA, (featured artist, five page insert), Fall 2008, 87-91
- Leah Ollman, “Low tech tales from the past,” Los Angeles Times April 4, 2008, E24
- Robert Goldrich, “From Dust to Golden Silence – Directors’ Showcase,” Shoot March 28, 2008
- Kimberly Brooks, “The Nudist, The Chemist and Artist Ethan Murrow,” The Huffington Post.com First Person Artist Series, posted March 15, 2007
- Sheila Farr, “Ethan Murrow's imagination guides ‘expedition’ in art,” The Seattle Times, May 11, 2007, 47H
- Andrew Katz, “The Science of Fantastic Fools”, American Art Collector May 2007, 144-147
- Fourteen Hills (cover, ten page insert of images and text), Winter/Spring 2007, 81-96
- Fran Stoddard, half hour interview, Profile – Vermont Public Television, Oct. 6 and 12, 2006
- Holly Myers, “Drive of the Human Spirit – Ethan Murrow,” Los Angeles Times, Dec. 2, 2005
- Ric Kasini Kadour, “Ethan Murrow: The Obsessed Surveyor” Art New England, October/November issue, 2005
- Harpers Magazine (featured artwork) Vol. 311, NO. 1863, August 2005, Readings, 15
- Orlo, “Five Easy Pieces, Step by step instructions for a leaner, greener movement” The Bear Deluxe (featured artwork) #22 Spring-Summer 2005, page 7 and 16-19
- Salt Hill (cover, four page glossy insert, featured artwork) Number 15, Winter 2004, 97-100
- Deveron Timberlake “Highly Combustible” The Richmond Times Dispatch (featured review) January 21, 2004, 44
- New American Paintings “Southeastern Region” (juried feature) June, 2003, 98-101
- Eve Thorsen “The Graceful Landscapes of Ethan Murrow” The Burlington Free Press (featured cover story and review) May 1, 2003
- Marc Awodey “Two for the Show,” Seven Days (featured review), May 7, 2003
- International Sculpture Center, "2001 Outstanding Student Achievement In Contemporary Sculpture," Sculpture, (featured artwork) Vol. 20, October 2001, 48-53