Ebru Duruman was born in 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey. She has studied high school at ENKA Schools, Istanbul and has been awarded with the honorary ART Award in 2010. She has graduated from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2015 with a degree in Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) and Bachelors of Architecture (BArch). She is living in New York City and worked at an internationally renowned architecture firm, Pei Cobb Freed and Partners. She has exhibited paintings in the group show “Cabinet of Curiosities” by Cagla Cabaoglu gallery for Scope Miami 2016. Moving forward in her career, She has exhibited her work in two group shows in 2017 at PG Art Gallery. She has also been attending The Art Students League of New York to focus finding her voice in the art world.
"As a woman artist, I have found my voice in sexuality and came to an understanding and acceptance of body parts. My work usually circles around inner struggle. Every human is capable of feeling great "pleasure and pain" and this is one of my dominant themes in my art. The personas in my paintings are based on two figures consuming each other sexuality and emotionally, and "pain and pleasure" is the outcome of these interactions."