DIGNIDAD, 2020, artist's book video, lithography, hand made box, photography and performance at The National Archive of Chile, 01:15 mins
New York International Print Center, "Give Me Space" exhibition, NYC, 2020
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MOVING
MEMORIALS

MEMORY AND LANDSCAPE, 2013

Etchings, woodcuts, silkscreen, charcoal powder, ink two editions of 20 / sold out

MAKE THE ECONOMY SCREAM, 2017

Copper box, charcoal paintings on plastic, ed.of 35

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COLONIA DIGNIDAD/DYSTOPIC UTOPIA, 2018
Metal movable sculpture with sound / unique
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DIGNIDAD, 2020

Lithography on paper, hand made box, / ed. of 50

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EL SIGLO, 2011

Altered book, silskscreen

unique / sold out

IN THEIR MEMORY, 2012

Silkscreen and inject on paper

two editions of 20 each / ask for price

INDIGNITY AND RESISTANCE, 2015

Etchings and silkscreen on paper

v.e. of  50  / ask for price

THE JAVELIN PROJECT II, 2021

Etchings on felt, hand made box, photography and performance video / unique

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THE-RIGHT-TO-KNOW_silo, 2017

Charcoal paintings on plastic, parchment

unique / ask for price

THE-RIGHT-TO-KNOW_room, 2017

Silkscreen on cardboard, painting, handkerchiefs 

unique / ask for price

MARCHES, 2013 

silkscreen, linocut, chine-collé, hand drawing

unique / Sold out

MOVING MEMORIALS, 2012-ongoing.
Performance with artists' books
 

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MOVING MEMORIALS, PERFORMANCE, ARTOMI, GHENT, NY, 2016. Maria Veronica San Martin. ph. Art OMI

MOVING MEMORIALS is an ongoing project composed of ten artist books with printmaking and fine print techniques in constant transformation. The series and its mobility, rejects a fix past and an idealistic progress, calling instead for an open book and an open narrative. These artist books are presented through a performance creating spaces to activate the viewer’s affects through the experience of silence, that very silence, then transforms into a metaphoric voice in the present. The whole hand made series has been created, designed, printed, and bound by the artist from 2012-today. The books are limited editions from one-of-a-kind to 50 copies collected by museums, art institutions, public libraries and universiti​es.


Performance venues

  • Sep, 2022 Moving Memorials at Lincoln Center, NYC 

  • March 11, 2022 Moving Memorials at Watkinson Library, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 

  • Dec 6, 2020 Dignidad at The Immigrant Artist Biennial, virtual exhibition

  • Nov 7, 2019 Dignidad at The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA

  • Sept 21, 2019 Dignidad at Royal Academy of Art organize by Museum Meermanno, The Hague, NL

  • Aug 8, 2019 Dignidad at Animal Gallery, Santiago, Chile

  • Ap 25, 2019 Moving Memorials at University of Delaware Museum, Newark, DE 

  • March 7, 2019 Dignidad at Center for Book Arts (CBA), New York, NY 

  • Feb 6,2 019 Dignidad at Artists Television Access (ATA), San Francisco, CA

  • Oct4-8, 2018 Dignidad at The National Archive of Chile, Santiago, Chile 

  • Sep 7, 2018 Moving Memorials at Rare Book School, Charlottesville, VA

  • May 14, 2018 Dignidad at Artists Space, Whitney Museum of American Art, ISP, NYC

  • May 25, 2017 Moving Memorials at BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn, New York, NY 

  • Ap 13, 2018 Moving Memorials at P.S.147, Brooklyn, New York, NY  

  • Jan 10, 2016 Moving Memorials at Corporation Red Calle, Santiago, Chile

  • Oct 7, 2016 Moving Memorials at Contemporary Art Museum (MAC), Impresionante Fair, Santiago, Chile

  • Sep 29, 2016 Moving Memorials at Embassy of Chile, Washington, DC 

  • July 10, 2016 Moving Memorials, Open studios at Art OMI, Ghent, NY

  • July 7, 2016 Moving Memorials, Kids summer camp at Art OMI, Ghent, NY

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Moving Memorials, performance, BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn, NY, 2017. ph. BRIC

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Moving Memorials, performance, Art OMI, Ghent, NY, 2016. Maria Veronica San Martin. ph. Art OMI

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Moving Memorials, performance, Watkinson Library, Trinity College, CT, 2022.  ph. Pablo Delano

 

Maria Veronica San Martin

all rights reserve, 2021