She participates in the "Alitalia for Art" events from 1999 to 2003, in the Spring Exhibitions organized by the Roman Association of Modern Art Galleries ( ARGAM ) in 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2011, in the editions of the Sulmona Prize, where she achieved the Purchase Prize for two consecutive years.
In 2007 she won the Prize of the City Museum of Novara and joined the 53th Venice Bienniale Collateral Events for Argentina.
Among the most recent exhibitions we quote the Museum of Palazzo Venezia, the Crocetti Museum, the Museum of San Salvatore in Lauro in Rome,the Museum of Antiquities in Old Jaffa, the Beit Hai'r Museum in Tel Aviv, the Hengle Art Gallery in Hangzhou, China.
Her works in numerous solo and group exhibitions have been appreciated by the public and art critics, and are now in private collections and museums in Italy and abroad.
Ana Maria Laurent lives and works between Buenos Aires and Rome, her adopted city, where she is known as an artist well representing her country because of the strong gestures of his painting, the strength of his compositions, the richness of his palette, the originality of its mixed technique using the collage itself as a colour and the energetic backgrounds of his compositions, linked with cycles of painting on different themes (the tango, the race car, the woman, the human body, the flowers, the bullfight etc.) the most part of which related to the culture of her native country, Argentina.