Santiago Medina

Santiago Medina Santiago Medina (born in 1964) is a Colombian-American sculptor. His diverse career spans art, medicine, medical imaging (radiology), medical research, and education.

He is best known for his stainless steel sculptures – both outdoor monumental and indoor smaller works. He uses advanced medical imaging technology and software to design and create his sculpture, which have included commissions for institutions such as Harvard University School of Public Health, Washington University in St. Louis, Tufts University, Florida International University, CES University in Colombia, Miami Children's Hospital, St. Louis Catholic Church in Miami, Santa Maria de los Angeles Church (Colombia), Monasterio de la Santa Madre Laura (Colombia), and Ransom Everglades School in Miami.

Medina's works are in galleries and private collections throughout the world, and have been shown at major international exhibitions including Art Basel Week Red Dot Fair in Miami, Palm Beach International Art Fair, Arte America (Miami, US), Miami International Art Fair (MIA), Sincronia Feria de Arte (Bogota, Colombia), and the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables. Provided by Wikipedia
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