Zuania Muñiz-Meléndez, living and working in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is an artist who creates her work through the photography medium. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Photography from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. Her conceptual work has an emphasis in how we relate to nature and the importance of this relationship. She has participated in collective exhibitions in Puerto Rico, in USA, and in Italy. In 2016 her work received honorable mention by the International Photography Awards in the Portrait and Fine Art categories. She has also participated in the Cena por el MAC auction and was published in an art magazine in the UK. Her art is part of private collections in Puerto Rico and Germany. She was recently selected to have a Solo Show at the Foundry Art Center in St. Charles, Missouri and recently participated in a group show in a Miami
gallery during the Miami Art Basel 2018.
In both of Zuania’s TOROSIETE Museum exhibitions, she has created organic mosaic scupltures out of flowers of Puerto Rico and photographed them. In “d e . t e ɾ . m ĩ ˈ n a . ð̞ o”, Zuania’s sculptures were photographed with the human body. In “Vademécum flora vigorosa”, she constructed new flowers using parts of other flowers and photographed them on their own.
Zuania Muñiz-Meléndez’s was featured interviewed in the August 2019 Issue of TOROSIETE Magazine.
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