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Catalina de la Cruz


Catalina De la Cruz is a Chilean visual artist with a Master's Degree in Visual Arts from the University of Chile who explores photography's technical aspects, focusing on 19th-century chemical and analog processes. She innovates with the photochemical book format and large-scale videography, addressing themes of territory and intervention. Her work emphasizes immersiveness through scale and narrative. She has exhibited both in Chile and internationally, including in countries such as the United States, Spain, Peru, Mexico, and Brazil, with works in renowned international collections like those of the New York Public Library and the Getty Foundation. Over the last 18 years she has directed the Photochemical Workshop in Santiago de Chile, teaching 19th-century photochemical processes with contemporary applications. In 2016, she launched the pioneering Photochemical Book Workshop project, blending traditional techniques with modern editorial formats.

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