Maria Veronica San Martín

Zoom screenshot of Maria Veronica San Martin in one of her classes.
cover of white book with red threads hanging out of the spine
flag book structure each flag printed with a black drawing of a face
capitol of chile across a unfolded accordion spine
flag book displayed in an arch shape
six charcoal paintings of faces on plastic
six charcoal paintings of faces on plastic
large metal sculptures occupy the floor of the gallery


María Verónica San Martín (she/her) is a multidisciplinary Latin American artist based in New York.

She was a Whitney Museum ISP artist, a Center for Book Arts scholar, and has participated in numerous international art residencies.  She has awarded two NYFA grants, three Chilean fellowships, and one Sustainable Arts. She has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, with four solo exhibitions this year and a commission for the National Museum of Women in the Arts.  Her work is part of more than 80 collections including the MET, the Whitney, the Pompidou and the Museum of Memory of Chile.

San Martín teaches Book Arts at Parsons, The New School, Center for Book Arts (NYC), Penland School of Craft (NC), Miami University (OH) and has conducted workshops for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Vera List Center, Booklyn Art and Weeksville Heritage Center.  She serves on the board of Booklyn Art as she creates and prints artist books that belong to her “Moving Memorials” series of 203 hand-made books with printmaking techniques.

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