2017 California-Pacific Triennial: Building As Ever’ at OCMA by Dave Barton

"All the work here is political in its recognition of intransigence and loss of history, of the things we try to remember and forget, but Ken Ehrlich's collection of archival images of Iranian mosques are the most political with a capital P.

The Impermanent Architecture at California-Pacific Triennial by Susan Morgan

"In Ken Ehrlich’s on-going project about Donald Wilber (1907-1997), a scholar of ancient Persian architecture and the CIA agent credited as the “architect” of the 1953 Iranian coup (a Cold War strategy designed to secure British and American oil interests in the region), the artist composes a dialogue between Wilber’s two linked but divergent professions through a series of drawings and laser-cut archival photographs.

2017 CALIFORNIA-PACIFIC TRIENNIAL/Orange County Museum of Art review by Christopher Michno

"The most sobering political note is struck by Ken Ehrlich’s laser-cut archival photographs that document the double history of an American scholar of Persian architecture, Donald Wilber, who was instrumental in organizing the CIA-sponsored coup against Mossadegh.

Review of “Hold Up”

Three of my drawings were recently featured in an exhibition at the Angels Gate Cultural Center.