BIO
María Verónica San Martín
1981, Santiago, Chile
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. USA.

EDUCATION
2018  Whitney Museum of American Art, Independent Study Program, NYC, USA
2013  MA Art & the Book. Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, DC, USA
2008  Diploma Cross-media Expert (graphic, web & video). Academia MAC, Santiago, Chile
2007  BFA Graphic Design Major (High Distinction). Finis Terrae University, Santiago, Chile

She is a New York-based artist working in printmaking, artists books, installation, sculpture, and performance art.
Her work is collected by the Centre Pompidou, Paris; The New York Public Library and Library of Congress (USA), and the Klingspor Museum (Germany) and Mermanno  Museum (Netherlands).

SOLO EXHIBITIONS 
Chilean National Archives (2018); BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn (2017) and the Chilean Museum of Memory and Human Rights (2013)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Artists Space,NYC (2018); The Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich (2016), and Stanford University (2015). 
San Martin has been performing and lecturing her Moving Memorial series and Dignidad project at international museums, galleries, and public libraries and schools since 2016.

ART RESIDENCIES

2016  Art OMI, Ghent, NY
AWARDS
2018 and 2016 Fondart grants from National Council for the Culture and the Arts of Chile. 

María V San Martín

RESIDENCIES

Dignity

20.08.2019 to 23.08.2019



María Verónica is a New York-based artist working in printmaking, artists books, installation, sculpture, and performance art. 

Dignidad
A project in collaboration with the Association for Memory and Human Rights Colonia Dignidad, the lawyer Winfried Hempel and The National Archive of Chile.


Dignidad is an Art installation at The National Archive of Chile of the Chilean artist María Verónica San Martín based on secret telephone documents about Colonia Dignidad. Found in 2012 by the ex-colono and lawyer Winfried Hempel, the audios reveal for the first time to the public conversations between Paul Schäfer and other Nazi agents during 1978. Through sculpture, sound, performance, text, and a selection of historical archives, San Martín reveals a complex system of codes and transcontinental actions that culminated in crimes against minors and opponents of the Chilean civic-military dictatorship (1973-1990). 
The exhibition has been shown at Artists Space in NYC, The Center for Book Arts in NYC, ATA Gallery in San Francisco, it is currently up at Galeria Animal in Santiago-Chile, and will travel to the Print Center in Philadelphia and to the Museum Meermanno in The Hague, Netherlands on September 2019.