Carolina Muñoz is a Bachelor of Visual Arts by the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, with a diploma in Aesthetics of Photography from the same institution. She has developed her career both in photography and in painting.
Ms Muñoz has collaborated with editorial projects such as Sub30 (2014), book that compiled the works of 60 Chilean young artists, and Ojo Andino Chile (2015), publication by Luciano Benetton that gathered over 170 pieces by Chilean artists.
Ms Muñoz has participated in national and international competitions, having an outstanding performance in the MAVI/Minera Escondida Young Artists Prize in Santiago, being part of the final selection six times (2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018), and earning the Second Prize in 2018. She has been part of the final selection in the 2016 Focus-Abengoa International Painting Prize in Seville, and earned the 2nd place award at the Artespacio Joven BBVA Prize in 2017, in Santiago.
The artist has taken part at the art fairs ArtStgo (2018)and FAXXI (2015, 2016, 2017), where she won the GDF Suez Art Contest in 2015; in addition to Ch.ACO (2018) in Santiago, Art Central Hong Kong (2019), and Contemporary Istanbul (2019) in Turkey, with Isabel Croxatto Galería.
In 2016, Ms Muñoz presented her first solo show, Fugas. Imaginación no es Fantasía, at Centro Cultural Las Condes, in Santiago. She has taken part several in group exhibitions, including shows at spaces such as the Museo de Arte Moderno in Chiloé (Chile), Galería XS and Galería Madhaus in Santiago. Blanco Universal [Universal White], presented in August 2019 with curatorial text by Chilean artist and curator César Gabler, was her first solo show with Isabel Croxatto Galería.
On March 2020, she was part of the artist-in-residence programme Proyecto URRA in Tigre, Buenos Aires Province (Argentina), after being elected winner of the LazoCordillera Foundation fellowship in Santiago.
Carolina Muñoz lives and works in Santiago, Chile.