Virginia Inés Vergara is a photo-based Chilean-American artist with a studio practice in NYC. She has had solo exhibitions at Robert Miller Gallery, NYC (Shards, 2015-2016); in Madrid at LA Projects (2017); and a booth at Arco, Madrid (2018), and Hunter East Harlem Gallery (2021-2022.)

In 2023 her work was the subject of a solo-exhibition at NightShift Gallery, NY curated by Nils Folke Anderson, Immense Facts, and served as a memorial of the coup against Chile on its
50th anniversary.

Her work has been displayed in group shows in New York and abroad including 204 Hudson Street (Hunter College art gallery), La Fabbrica del Cioccolato (2019) Switzerland; Barbara Gladstone Gallery, NYC (2018); Magenta Planes, NYC (2018); Carriage Trade Gallery, NYC (2017-2023); Interstate Projects, Brooklyn (2014). She participated in the first uptown triennial, curated by Deborah Cullen, at the Wallach Gallery of Columbia University, NYC (2017), and is an En Foco fellow (2019). Her work has been mentioned or reviewed in Nueva Luz (2019), Brooklyn Rail (2018), The New Yorker (2018), ArtForum (critic pick, 2023), New York Times (2017), and Financial Times (2017), to name a few. Her work is in numerous private collections including a promised gift to MoMA. She holds a BFA with honors from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA with honors from Hunter College, CUNY. She has lectured and conducted workshops as a visiting artist at Columbia University, Lafayette College, University of New Hampshire, Hunter College and Edna Manley College, Jamaica.

In 2022 she created her first permanent site specific installation in Lower Manhattan (in collaboration with Elissa Levy) curated by Eileen Jeng Lynch.