Visual Artist

Max Sepulveda is a visual artist, craftsman and cultural manager born in 1974 in San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile. He has a vast creative and productive work in the field of pottery, ceramics, textiles, collaborative art and audiovisual art direction. His training has been with master craftsmen and visual artists from Latin America and also in Universities in Chile, Argentina and Mexico. Along with the production of works, workshops, seminars, clinics and demonstrations in cities of those countries, he adds to his experience the work of collaborative art and community art developed in the regions of Antofagasta, Los Ríos, Valparaíso and O’Higgins in Chile, as well as in Costa Rica, Mexico, Uruguay and Colombia.

The artist conceives community and collaborative art as a powerful tool for social transformation, therapy, and food for the soul. His inspiration comes from the places where he develops his individual works, collaborative works and knowledge transmission workshops in which he shapes social themes, natural and cultural heritage with the aim of making visible, valuing, protecting and revitalizing the identities of the territory and culture he inhabits.

Realized Work


Individual and Collective

in Chile, Belize, Argentina
and New Zealand


Conducted Workshops

in Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Costa Rica, Colombia and New Zealand


Fairs, Festivals,
Meetings and others

in Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico,
Peru and Urug


(Collaborative) artistic

in Chile, Mexico and New Zealand