Ana Maria Delgado (b.1979) is a conceptual artist who works in series with themes of subtlety, desire, and permanence. Her extensive training in the studio arts has equipped her with the mastery of a variety of techniques, including photography, performance, drawing and sculpture, with which she expresses her ideas. While she implements a range of mediums, there is always an overarching theme which unifies many of her series into cohesive bodies of work.
Delgado received her BFA in 2003 from The University of South Florida in Tampa, FL and her MFA in 2007 from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Delgado has been exhibiting in galleries and museums nationally and internationally for the last decade. Solo exhibitions include Centre Gallery in Tampa, FL, and Steuben Gallery at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. She has exhibited in a variety of group exhibitions including Contemporary Art Museum in Tampa, FL, USINT Gallery in Havana, Cuba, and several galleries in New York City.