Soledad Salamé

Chilean , 1954 -

Salamé received her B.A. degree in Science and Humanities in 1972 in Santiago, Chile and has been the recipient of several scholarships, awards, and grants, including the Pollock Krasner Grant. In 1990, she was commissioned to create the set designs for the Baltimore Opera's production of "Carmen".

Her work is represented in private and public collections, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, The Baltimore Museum of Art, and the University of Essex, UK. Published references include Latin Anerican Art in the Twentieth Century by Edward J. Sullivan, the St, James Guide to Hispanic Artists 2002, by Thomas Riggs, and Latin American Women Artists of the United States, 1999 by Robert Henkes.

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Ice Core 2017

2017

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Ice Core 2015

2017

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Ice Core 2006

2017

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Women's March

2017

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The Women's March 2017

2017

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Atacama in Red

2017

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ALMA / Antena

2014

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ALMA / Are You Listening II

2014

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ALMA / Space Cabinet II

2014

Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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ALMA / Space Cabinet

2014

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Brooklyn Bridge

2013

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Chile Tanks

2013

Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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Territories Series: Salt Lake, Utah

2013

Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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Territories Series: Ramot, Jerusalem

2013

Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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Gulf Distortions, ed. # AP 1/3

2011

Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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