Maria Veronica San Martin

Brooklyn, NY
María Verónica San Martín (b. 1981, Santiago, Chile) is an artist, graphic designer, and printmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. Her Master’s thesis became the publication, Memory and Landscape: Human Rights Violation in Chile. Her work can be found in the collections of The Pompidou Centre, Paris, France; The Klingspor Museum, Offenbach am Main, Germany; and the New York Public Library, NY. San Martin has had solo exhibitions at The Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, The Cultural Art Center in Antofagasta, and at The Embassy of Chile Gallery, Washington DC. She has also had work in group exhibitions at The Stanford University Museum, CA; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile among others. 
San Martín is currently a scholar for advance studies in book arts at The Center for Book Art in NY, sponsored by the Fondart grant from the Cultural Council of Chile. In 2016 she was selected for the Art OMI Residency in Ghent, NY. During the academic year San Martin teaches at the CE programs at The University of Chile and The Catholic University of Chile.
Related Exhibition

Memorial y Movilidad