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María Verónica San Martín is a Chilean born, New York-based multidisciplinary artist and printmaker. Her work explores the impacts in culture of history, memory, and trauma through archives, artist books, installations, sculptures, and performances. She is Whitney Museum ISP fellow artist, a scholar at the Center for Book Arts, and has participated in numerous international art residencies. She has received two New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) grants, three Chilean government grants, and a Sustainable Arts grant. Maria has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, with four solo exhibitions in 2023, a commission for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, a recent performance at Lincoln Center, a public artwork at Rockefeller Center, and a participation at New York Immigrant Artist Biennial. Her work is in the collections of the MET, the Whitney Museum, The Walker Art Center, the Pompidou Center, and the Museum Meermanno, among others. She is currently working on her ongoing series “Moving Memorials”, which is composed of 203 artist books with printmaking. 

San Martín teaches at Parsons, The New School, the Center for Book Arts in New York, and has been a visiting professor at Penland School of Craft (NC) and at Miami University (OH). She has led workshops for the Vera List Center, Weeksville Heritage Center, the NMWA, and Mixteca. She also serves on the board of Booklyn Art and is part of its artist and educational program. San Martín is currently exhibiting at the Polygraphic Triennial of Puerto Rico: America Latina and the Caribbean, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC, at Governors Island with TAAC in New York, at the National Center for Contemporary Art and at the Museum of Memory, both in Santiago de Chile, while preparing her next solo exhibition in Madrid in September 2024.                                                                                                               


2017-2018 Whitney Independent Study Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, USA

2011-2013 MA Art & Book. Corcoran College of Art & Design, George Washington University, Washington, DC

2008-2009 Diploma, Crossmedia expert (Graphic, web and video), MAC Academy, Santiago, Chile

2002-2007 BA Graphic Design Major (High Distinction). Finis Terrae University, Santiago, Chile


2023 Sustainable Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA

2021 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), City Artists Corps CAC, NYC

2021 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), The Tri-State Relief Fund for Visual Artist, NYC

2020 International Print Center New York (IPCNY), Artist Development Program, Mentorship, NYC   

2020 FONDART, National call for Acquisition of works of art - Visual Arts, Ministry of Culture, Chile 

2019 FONDART, National Art Grant, Ministry of Culture, Government of Chile 

2019 Finalist, YAP_CONSTRUCTO (Young Architects Program), associated to MoMA Ps1 (Collaboration) 

2017 FONDART, National Art Grant, Ministry of Culture, Government of Chile 

2012 Finalist Art Book Fellowship, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

2011-2013 Becas-Chile, CONICYT, Full scholarship for Master Degree in the U.S., Government of Chile 

2013, CONICYT, Full scholarship for Master Degree in the U.S., Government of Chile 


Centre Pompidou, Paris, France ; MET, New York ; Museum of Memory and Human Rights, Santiago, Chile ; Whitney Musuem of American Art, NY, The Walker Museum, Minneapolis, MN ; Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. ; The New York Public Library ; Harvard University Art Library. Boston, MA ; Stanford University Libraries. Stanford, CA ; Yale University; Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library. New Haven, CT, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chile, among others --see complete list here--


2023  Chile: Dignidad, 1973 - 2023, Lipani Gallery, Fordham University, Lincoln Center, NYC 

2023  Dignidad, Goethe Institute, Montreal, CA 

2023  The Aesthetics of information": No Olvidaremos, Widener Gallery, Trinity College, CT 

2023  "Geology of Memory / Geología de la Memoria", The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA 

2022  Proyecto Jabalina, Galeria NAC, Santiago, Chile 

2019  Artist Books by María Verónica San Martín, Museum Meermanno, The Hague, Netherlands

2019   La Caja/El Caso, Galeria Animal, Santiago, Chile

2019   Dignidad, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY    

2018   Dignidad, National Archives, Santiago, Chile

2017   María Verónica San Martín: Memory in Multiples, BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn, NY

2016   Moving Memorials, Embassy of Chile, Wa D.C.  

2016   Memorial y Movilidad, Cultural Center of Antofagasta, Santiago, Chile

2013   Memoria y Paisaje, Museum of Memory and Human Rights, Santiago, Chile


2024 POLI/GRÁFICA de Puerto Rico: América Latina y el Caribe, Under Pressure, ICP, San Juan, PR

2020 The Immigrant Artist Biennial, (TIAB)New York, NY

2018 9th International Printmaking Biennial of Douro, Alijo, Portugal 


2022 The Flag Project 2022, Rockefeller Center, Climate Museum, UN, New York City



2023 - 2024  Holding Ground: Artists’ Books for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
2024  Peoples' Movements,  TAAC House, Governors Island, New York, NY

2023 - 2024   Lo que nos queda por hablar, Museo de la Memoria y los DDHH, Santiago Chile 

2023 - 2024   Todavía somos el tiempo, National Center for Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile 


2024  Peoples' Movements, Taiwan Sunflower Movement, Tenri Cultural Institute of Taiwan, New York, NY

2023  Lejos, muy lejos, Matucana100, Santiago Chile (with a performance on 11/18)

2023  The Endless Coup, NADA, New York City 

2023  Art on Paper, with the Center for Book Arts, NYC 

2023  El Gesto del Volumen, curated by Gallery Weekend, Fundacion Cultural Providencia, Santiago, Chile 

2023  Experiences Embodied and Remembered: Contemporary Artists, Engaging Contemporary Concerns, The Elizabeth Perkins Protho Galleries, SMU University, Dallas, Texas

2023  The Artist's Book in Our Time, Special Collections Exhibition Galleries, Delaware University, DE 

2023  Open Sesame! The Magic of Artist’s Books Revealed, BIMA Musuem, Bainbridge Island, WA

2022  Catalogo Imaginario II, Galería Animal, Santiago, Chile 

2022  Territorios Recorridos, CV Galería y Galería NAC, Santiago, Chile 

2021  LA Art Show, DIVERSEartLA curated by Marisa Caicchiolo and the Museum of the Americas

2021  Sublime Miscellany, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

2021  El Arte lo Dijo Primero, Gallery Weekend, Santiago Chile, (virtual), NFT

2021  Ediciones NAC, Galeria NAC, Santiago, Chile 

2021  Acción Performance, One Moment Art (OMA), Matucana100, Santiago Cultura (virtual), Chile

2021  Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair (PMVABF), (virtual), New York, NY 

2020  New Prints 2020/Summer Artists, IPCNY, (virtual), New York, NY 

2020  DMV Color. Book Arts by Women of Color, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington,DC

2020  Poetry, Art & Revolution: Artists Books from Latinoamerica..., Trinity College, Hartford, CT 

2020  #5WomenArtists", RRSS, Academic art museums, nominated by Smith College Museum of Art

2019  The Politics of Rhetoric, Print Center, Philadelphia, PA   

2019  Group Exhibition Vitrina Lab: Chilean Artists, organized by Vitrina Lab, Miami, FL​

2018  Public Space, Whitney Museum, ISP Program, Artist Space Gallery, NYC  

2018  Mirror Mirror, Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ  

2017  Showcase Exhibition, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München, Germany

2017  Scholars in Residency Show, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY 

2017  3rd GLOBAL PRINT, Alijo, Portugal

2017  Protest =/ Profest, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY 

2016  High-Performance Printmaking, The Cole Art Center, Nacogdoches, TX

2016  Missing Persons, Stanford University Museum. Stanford, CA

2016  Backstory: Beyond the boundaries of the book, CBAA. Nashville, TN

2016  Division, Connections, and Intersections, Studio Gallery, Washington, D.C.

2015  Art of the Book Show 2015, Rochester Public Library. Rochester, NY

2015  Fall Exhibition, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY 

2015  5th Sheffield International Artist's Book Prize, Sheffield, UK.

2015  Mit ðə detə/: Source Materials Visualized, The Center for Book Arts, NYC

2015  Hello Hedi, 23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, OR

2015  The Art of Murder, MIA Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art. MN

2014  Favor de Tocar, Larva Forum, Guadalajara, MX

2013  NEXT 2013, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

2013  Human Rights violations in Chile, The French Embassy, Washington, D.C. 

2012  LGNE 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Arsenal Center for Arts. Boston, MA

2011  Study for a Monograph of Juan Fernandez Archipelago, The National Library, SCL


2022 Interlude Residency, Hudson, Ny

2019 ACE project, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2016-2017 Scholar for Advanced Studies in Book Arts, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY   

2016 Art OMI, International Art Residency, Ghent, NY




May 18, 2024 Dignidad ,Peoples' Movements, TAAC House, Governors Island, New York, NY

April 20, 2024 - Moving Memorials, at La Casa del Libro, San Juan, Puerto Rico

April 11, 2024- Moving Memorials, at Bard, Center for Experimental Humanities, Hudson, NY

Nov 18, 2023 - Dignidad at Matucana100, Santiago, Chile

Nov 2, 2023 - Moving Memorials, collab. with Dance Meadows School of the Arts, SMU, Dallas, TX

Oct 12, 2023 - Moving Memorials at Columbia University, New York, NY

Oct 10, 2023 - Dignidad at Goethe- Institut, Montreal, Canada

Sep 11, 2023 - Dignidad at NADA, New York, NY

Apr 6, 2023 - Dignidad at Widener Gallery, Trinity College, CT

Feb 14, 2023 - Moving Memorials at Latinamerican and Latinx Studies, Westchester University, PA

Sep 28, 2022 - Moving Memorials at Lincoln Center, New York City

Aug 6 and 30, 2022 - The Javelin Project at Galeria NAC, Santiago, Chile

Mar 11, 2022 - Moving Memorials at Watkinson Library, Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Jun 14, 2021 - The Javelin Project at Acción Performance, One Moment Art, virtual exhibition

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

2021 The Javelin Project, Queens Museum, Queens, NY, City Artist Corp

2021 Dignidad, Queens Museum, Queens, NY, City Artist Corp

2024  Bard, Center for Experimental Humanities, Hudson, NY

2024  Guest Critic, mid-term course Materiality and Assembling, Parsons, The New School 

2023  Bridewell Library, Special Collections, SMU, Dallas, TX

2023  Fordham University (NYC) & UAI (SCL), Spanish Class, presentation on Chilean performance art 

2021  BMCC, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Modern and Contemporary Art (zoom platform)

2021  Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Conversatorio Interdisciplinario sobre Colonia Dignidad, Aproximaciones Artisticas a la Memoria Reciente, (zoom platform)

2021  BMCC, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Modern and Contemporary Art (zoom platform)

2021  Harvard University, Fine Arts Library & the Department of History of Art and Architecture,(virtual)

2021  Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change, University of Minnesota, MN, (virtual)

2021  Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Conversations with curator Alana Hernandez for the

digital exhibition 𝘌𝘹𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘪𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘴 𝘰𝘯 𝘚𝘵𝘰𝘯𝘦: 𝘍𝘰𝘶𝘳 𝘞𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘯 𝘈𝘳𝘵𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘴 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘛𝘢𝘮𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘯𝘥 𝘓𝘪𝘵𝘩𝘰𝘨𝘳𝘢𝘱𝘩𝘺 𝘞𝘰𝘳𝘬𝘴𝘩𝘰𝘱, (Instagram Live)

2021  Universidad Diego Portales, Artist Book Class (zoom platform), Santiago, Chile

2021  Booklyn Art, My Favorite Book (YouTube live platform), NY

2019  The 25th Annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium, Rutgers University, New Jersey, NJ

2019  The Grolier Club, New York, NY

2019  Dignidad: Archives, Art & Memory, Animal Gallery, Santiago, Chile

2018  Archives, Art & Memory, The National Archive of Chile, Santiago, Chile

2018  Archives, Memory & Identity Symposium", Rare Book School, Charlottesville, VA

2017  Radical Formats: Talk on Political Books", Pyramid Atlantic Biennial BF, Hyattsville, MD 

2016  Plegar y Desplegar", Universidad de Chile & Contemporary Art Museum, Santiago, Chile

2016  Visiting artist, Introduction to the Visual Arts CSI/CUNY, Staten Island, New York, NY 

2015  The Lines of Design Seminar", AIEP Institute, Design Faculty, Antofagasta, Chile

2015  Show and Tell with Artists who make Books, Adobe Books, San Francisco, CA 


current: Parsons, The New School, New York City

      - Artists’ Books: Introduction, Fall 2024

      - Currents: CD workshop, Fall 2024

      - Relief Printmaking: Integrated, Spring 2024

      - Artists’ Books: Introduction, Fall 2023

current: Center for Book Arts, New York City. Teaching since 2020

     - Artist Books: Concept and Making 

     - Bookmaking and Printmaking from home 

     - Bookbinding I: Introduction to soft cover binding 

     - Bookbinding I and II intensive

     - Bookstructure intensive 

     - Slipcases and clamshells with hot stamping

     - Monoprints without a press 

     - Young Book Artists in Collaboration with their parents

current: Booklyn Art Education

     - Bookbinding for Language Learning  at Mixteca

     - Bookbinding 101 at Interference Archive

2023: Instructor Zine After School (ZAS) with Booklyn Art. Old New Stone House, Brooklyn, NY

2019-2023: Instructor, Center for Book Arts, NYC (Young Book Artist in Collaboration with Parents)

2023 Visiting Professor, Penland School of Craft, Penland, NC (Creating Artists’ Books)

2023 Visiting Professor, CraftSummer Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, (Artists’ Books + printmaking)

2023 Instructor, 3 workshops, Mixteca, presented by Booklyn Inc., Brooklyn, NY (Zine and bookmaking for kids)

2022 Visiting Professor, Penland School of Craft, Penland, NC (Creating Artists’ Books)

2022 Instructor, 3 workshop, Brooklyn Community Pride Center, NYC (LGBTQ+ Immigrants: Create your own Artist Book), presented by Booklyn Inc in collaboration with QDEP and Pride Center

2021 Instructor workshop, Vera List, The New School, NYC, VLC FORUM DAY 2: Artist Books for Children

2021 Instructor Workshop, Public Workshop, (Free DIY Bookmaking Activity with Flatiron and CBA), New York, NY

2021 Instructor, Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn, NY (Children's Artist Book workshop)

2016 Professor, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile (Studio III, Diploma, Edition and Graphic Design)

2015-2016 Professor, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile (Libros de Artista), Art & Design Faculty

2015-2016 Professor, Catholic University of Chile, Stgo, Chile, (Relief printing), Design Faculty

2014 Professor, Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile (Photoshop), Design Faculty


Selection Committee, Art show, Faces of Hero, Lincoln Center, New York, 2021

Review committee for the 2022 Book Artists in Residence program, The Center for Book Arts, New York, 2021

Selection Committee, Art Residency for Advanced Studies, The Center for Book Arts, New York, 2018


Moving Memorials consist on 14 artist books titles with more than 203 handmade artist copies with original printmaking techniques. These titles are held in more than 80 international collections. Worldcat 

2023  Madres Buscadoras. Fragmentary Memory. Chile. one of a kind, Silkscreen on fabric, sand bags, clay, box.

2022  The Javelin Project I and II, one of a kind each, etchings on textile and paper, resin javelin, handmade box

2021  The Javelin Project, one of a kind, etchings on fieltro, handmade box

2019  Dignidad, edition of 50, lithography on paper, handmade box, Worldcat/Dignidad

2017  Make the economy scream, edition of 25, cooper box,charcoal paintings, Worldcat/Maketheeconomyscream

2016  The-Right-to-Know (silo), one of a kind, Silkscreen on cardboard, painting, handkerchiefs, artist collection

2016  The-Right-to-Know (room), one of a kind, Charcoal paintings on plastic, parchment, artist collection

2016  Moving Memorials, 1.000 copies, offset, Worldcat/MovingMemorials

2015  Indignity and Resistance, v.e.of 50, etchings and silkscreen on paper, Worldcat/Indignityandresistance

2013  Memory & Landscape, edition of 30, etchings, woodcuts, silkscreen, charcoal, ink, Worldcat/Memory&Landscape

2013  In their Memory, edition of 40, silkscreen, inject, Worldcat/Intheirmemory

2012  Marches: Student Mobilization in Chile, one of a kind, screenprint and ink, Worldcat/Marches

2011  El Siglo, edition of 40, one of a kind, screenprint and ink, Worldcat/Elsigloidad-de-lenguajes-contra-el-olvido


Printed Matter Book Fair; Art on Paper, NYC ; Codex International Book Fair, San Francisco, CA ; E/AB Fair, Editions Artists' Books Fair, New York, NY ; Impresionante, Contemporary Art Museum, Santiago, Chile ; The Oxford Book Fair, Oxford/Brookes University, Oxford, UK ; The Fine Press Book Fair, New York ; New York Art Book Fair, Printed ; MoMA Ps1, New York, NY ; LA Art Book Fair. Los Angeles, CA ; Pyramid Atlantic Biennial Book Arts Fair, Hyattsville, MD


  • Dismantling the Nation State: Notes on Contemporary Art and Culture in Chile, edited by Florencia San Martín, Carla Macchiavello Cornejo, and Paula Solimano. Chapter  “Feminist Re-Mappings of Colonia Dignidad as Antifascist Praxis” by Carl Fischer (forthcoming with Amherst College Press, 2023)

  • Anales de literatura chilena, Numero 40 (2023): Año 2024. Sobre "Dignidad" : Una conversación con Maria veronica San Martin,  pp. 285-296, by Florencia San Martin

  • The 97th Annual International Competition. Exhibition Catalogue, Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2023 by Liz Sheehan

  • Open Sesame. Bainbridge Island Musuem of Art, WA, 2023 by BIMA

  • The Politics of Rhetoric. Exhibition Catalogue,Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2019 by Ksenia Nouril

  • Dignidad. Exhibition catalogue, The National Archives of Chile, 2018, by Matías Celedón

  • Mirror Mirror. Exhibition Catalogue, Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ, by Anonda Bell

  • To not forget twice: some reflections on artists’ books in Latin America, in Reconceptualizing Artists’ Books, ed. M. Weber, and J. Kurtz. New York: Booklyn Ed., 2018 by Florencia San Martin.

  • Right to know and Make the Economy Scream. Parenthesis 33, 2016, pp. 60-61 by Ian Kahn.

  • The Art of Maria Veronica San Martin: A Visual Narrative of the Chilean Regime, Diseña Magazine 2016, pp. 122-131 by Constanza Mansilla.

  • 500 Handmade Books, Volume 2, New York: Lark Crafts Publication, 2013, p. 197.

  • Missing Persons, Exhibition Catalogue, Cantor Art center, Stanford University,CA, 2016, pp. 44-55, by Gigi

  • Otalvaro-Hormillosa.


Performance de artista de fama internacional en La Casa del Libro Museo — El Vocero, Puerto Rico, April 18, 2024

Maria Veronica San Martin, Momoriales Abiertos — Artishock Revista, March 27, 2024

Dance Performance & Lecture by María Verónica San Martín, The Dallas Morning News, November 2,


San Martín Honors Victims of Pinochet Regime — The Observer, Culture, Sep 29, 2023


El Golpe Interminable — Artishock Magazine, Sep 28, 2023

Hartford Adult Education ESL Program, Artist Edwin Rivera, Raquel Maldonado, and Veronica San Martin

 — Univision, Connecticut, El Show de Ana Leh, April 9, 2023

Artista chilena María Verónica San Martín inaugura muestra sobre la memoria en EEUU — El Mostrador, Cultura, March 12, 2023


Empire State Tribune "Evoking Memory as a Living Entity" — Lincoln Center Commemorates San Juan Hill Community

Spotlight On: Latinx Heritage Month, Lincoln Center, NYC,

Conversaciones "Transmisiones", Gallery Weekend Santiago, September 30, 2022

Artista chilena presenta obra sobre desaparecidos en Nueva York: "Para avanzar hay que mirar el pasado, reconocerlo, hacerse cargo y reparar", September 27, 2022

Presentation for Il Post Documents, Santiago, Chile, August 31st, 2022

Proyecto Jabalina por María Verónica San Martín y Jose Vidal en Galería NAC, August 15, 2022


‘Only One Earth’: Rockefeller Center’s Flag Project on Climate Change, Our Town, NYC newsprint, April 14, 2022


Decolonizando el Sur (y el ser) de California, Artishock, Revista de Arte Contemporáneo, August 12, 2021

Action Performance, One Moment Art, Artishock, Revista de Arte Contemporáneo, June 13, 2021

Dignidad Exhibition, Algemeen Dagblad/Haagsche Courant, Newspaper, The Netherlands, 2019


TV News, channel 13, “The secret audios of Colonia Dignidad by artist Maria Veronica San Martin”, oc.5, 



TV News, channel 13, Mesa Central: Chapter 25 - oc.7, “Dignidad-exhibition-National Archives”, (1:51:07)


Radio, La Clave, interview by Fernando Paulsen, “Maria Veronica San Martin presents Dignidad”, oct.10, 2018


Radio Cooperativa, interview by Paula Molina, “The recovery of the sound archives of Colonia Dignidad”, oct 8


Radio, University of Chile, “Colonia Dignidad Uncovered: Artist Reveals Conversations...”, oct. 7, 2018


Newspaper, El Dinamo,“Utopia dystopia: the exhibition centered on human rights violations at Colonia Dignidad”, Oct. 17, 2018.


National Archives of Chile, Multiplicity of languages against the forgetfulness of the artist M.Veronica San Martin, oct., 2018.


Newspaper The Clinic, Art and culture, “Dignidad: the exhibition based on secret telephone documents about Colonia Dignidad”, oct. 2, 2018.


Newspaper LUN, “Visual and Sound Installation by Maria Veronica San Martin, Audios by Paul Schäfer take over the National Archive”, oct. 6, 2018. (pag 50)


Newspaper Le Monde Diplomat, “Exhibition brings to light unpublished files on Colonia Dignidad”, oct. 2018.,6133.html


Newspaper El ciudadano, “Dignity Work of María Verónica San Martín. Espionage and Secret Codes: Artist Reveals Paul Schäfer's Phone Conversations”, oct. 7, 2018


ArtForum, Art guide, The Center for Book ArtsScholarship for Advanced Studies in Book Arts, Jan, 2017


TV, NY1, Klint, Philip. "Art as a refuge for collective memory", June. 16, 2017


Broadway World News. "Chile's Military Dictatorship Inspires New Art Show at BRIC", BBW, May. 03, 2017


The Washington Post, Jenkis, Mark. "In the galleries: Tales that unfold from the folding of paper", Nov. 11, 2016


Art Magazine Artishock. “Impresionante: Feria de arte impreso en Chile” Sep. 1, 2016.


Newsprint, La Estrella de Antofagasta, Andrónico, Javier. “Exposición sobre los derechos humanos en Chile,”Ap. 30, 2016 pp. 17-18, 2016 2016


TV Channel 14, “Exhibition on Mobility,” Vive Chile Antofagasta, TV, April 29, 2016.


Magazine, D+A journal, Dueñas, Magdalena. “Artist Books: Books or objects?”,N45, pp. 45-49, Sept/Oct., 2015


Newsprint, Startribune, Abbe, Mary. “The Art of Murder: Let us count the ways,” Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2015


Magazine, Livre, “M. Veronica San Martin. Books for the collective memory,” by Macarena Antique, Jan 26, 2014


Magazine, Mas Deco, “M.Verónica San Martín. The more technology, the more back. Digital separates us from the origin” by Francisca Cristi, Sep. 2014

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