Tamar Ettun is a sculptor and a performance artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her multidsciplinary practice generates playful and collaborative platforms considering radical empathy, trauma and healing.
She has had exhibitions and performances at Art Omi Sculpture Garden, The Watermill Center, e-flux, Sculpture Center, Knockdown Center, Madison Square Park, Bryant Park, Socrates Sculpture Park, Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Jewish Museum, Uppsala Art Museum, Fridman Gallery, Braverman Gallery, PERFORMA 09, 11 and 13, among others.
She received awards and fellowships from The Pollock Krasner Foundation, Franklin Furnace, Macdowell Fellowship, Marble House Project, RECESS, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Art Production Fund and Iaspis.

Ettun founded The Moving Company, an artists collective creating performances in public spaces and a social engagement project with Brooklyn teens hosted by The Brooklyn Museum.

Ettun received her MFA from Yale University in 2010 where she was awarded the Alice English Kimball Fellowship. She studied at Cooper Union in 2007, while earning her BFA from Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem. She teaches at Columbia University School’s of Arts, Lehman College, and The New School Parsons School of Design.

She is working on ORANGE, the final chapter of her multi-year international tetralogy which will culminate with a solo exhibition at the Barrick Museum of Art in Las Vegas, and a multimedia performance at Pioneer Works in 2019.