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Ethan Greenbaum

Assistant Professor, M.F.A., Yale University

Email: egreenbaum@bergen.edu

Prof. Greenbaum  has taught Digital Illustration, Graphic Design and Type and Letterform at Bergen since 2008. He has also taught and lectured at a range of institutions including Pratt Institute, The New School, MiCA, and MoMA.. Prof. Greenbaum  is a New York based artist, editor and curator whose work investigates the intersection of painting, sculpture and urban architecture. Prof. Greenbaum  regularly exhibits his work nationally and abroad in a variety of commercial galleries, nonprofit spaces, museums and sculpture parks. Recent projects include a solo exhibit at Thierry Goldberg Gallery and a group exhibition of outdoor sculpture at The Aldrich Museum, Connecticut.

Prof. Greenbaum’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Modern Painters, New American Painters, ArtReview and Saatchi Daily Magazine, among others. He  is also a co-founder and editor at The Highlights, an online arts journal devoted to artists’ text based projects. Prof. Greenbaum  is the recipient of The Robert Blackburn SIP Fellowship, The Socrates EAF Fellowship, The Edward Albee Foundation Residency and The Barry Schactman Painting Prize.