Translations:Alicia Barney Caldas/23/en

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  • 1952:Born in Cali on November 28.
  • 1974:Earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from the College of New Rochelle in New York.
  • 1977:Obtained a master of fine arts degree from the Pratt Institute in New York.
  • 1978:Individual exhibition at Universidad del Valle and the Governor's House in Cali, presenting Diario Objeto I (Object Diary I).
  • 1979:Participated in the V Atenas Salon at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art.
  • 1980:Participated in the collective exhibitions: Arte para los años ochenta (Art for the Eighties) at La Tertulia Museum in Cali, 14 artistas de Cali (14 Artists from Cali) at the gallery of Banco Central Hipotecario in Bogotá, and Década de los setentas (The Seventies) at the Cali Chamber of Commerce.
    • Participated in the XXVIII National Artists' Salon at the National Museum in Bogotá and won first prize at the III Regional Visual Arts Salon in Cali for the work Bocagrande.
  • 1981:With the work Río Cauca, participated in the First Latin American Colloquium on Non-Object Art and Urban Art held at the Museum of Modern Art in Medellín. Also participated in the collective exhibition IV Art Biennial in Medellín.
  • 1982:Individual exhibition El ecológico in the Sara Modiano Alternative Space in Barranquilla. Barney also participated in the collective exhibitions Cinco artistas colombianos (Five Colombian Artists) at the Espacio N.O. gallery in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Nuevos aportes y tendencias (New Contributions and Trends) at the Centro Colombo Americano in Bogotá, and La mujer en América: perspectivas emergentes (Women in the Americas: Emerging Perspectives) at the Inter-American Center in New York.
  • 1983:Participated in the collective exhibition Actitudes Plurales (Plural Attitutes) at the La Tertulia Museum of Modern Art in Cali.
  • 1984:Participated in the group exhibition Aspectos de lo tridimensional (Aspects of the Three-Dimensional) at the La Tertulia Museum of Modern Art in Cali.
  • 1985:Participated in the collective exhibition Cien años de arte colombiano (One Hundred Years of Colombian Art) and Barney, Caro Echeverri at the Medellín Pilot Public Library.
  • 1986:Participated in the XXX Annual Colombian Artists’ Salon.
  • 1987:Participated in the collective exhibition Douze Mondes Colombiens at the Grand Palais in Paris.
  • 1988:Participated in the first Art Biennial at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art.
  • 1989:Participated in the collective exhibition Doce escultores colombianos/materiales e ideas (Twelve Colombian Sculptors: Materials and Ideas) at the Chamber of Commerce in Cali.
  • 1990:Participated in the second Art Biennial at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art.
  • 1991:Participated in the collective exhibition 100 obras de la Colección/pequeño formato (100 Works from the Collection: Small Format) at the La Tertulia Museum of Modern Art in Cali.
  • 1992:Francisco de Paula Santander Scholarship. Participated in the collective exhibition América Novia del Sol (The Americas: Bride of the Sun) at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium.
  • 1993:Solo exhibition Aves en el cielo (Birds in the Sky) at Gartner Torres gallery in Bogotá. Participated in the group exhibitions Pulsiones at the La Tertulia Museum of Modern Art in Cali and Degas en el trópico (Degas in the Tropic) at the Art Museum of the National University of Bogotá.
  • 1994:Participated in the XXXV National Artists' Salon.
  • 1995:Participated in the collective exhibition Arte para Bogotá (Art for Bogotá) at the Santa Fe gallery.
  • 1997:Participated in the collective exhibitions Imaginación y fantasia (Imagination and Fantasy) at the La Tertulia Museum of Modern Art in Cali and the International Art Festival of the Medellín Museum of Modern Art.
  • 1998:Solo exhibition Fairy Toys (Juguetes de las hadas) at the Pereira Art Museum and La Merced Museum in Cali. Also participated in the collective exhibitions Fragilidad (Fragility) at the Art Museum of the National University of Bogota, Piezas de caza (Hunting Pieces) at the Espacio Vacío gallery in Bogota, and the VI Bogotá Museum of Modern Art Art Biennial, where she obtained a special mention.
  • 1999:Participated in the collective exhibition El traje del emperador (The Emperor's New Clothes) at the Santa Fe gallery at Bogotá.
  • 2001:Participated in the collective exhibitions 1930-2001: Odisea de un espacio (1930-2001: Odyssey of a Space) at the Valenzuela and Klenner gallery in Bogotá and Flores del mal (Flowers of Evil) at Espacio Vacío gallery in Bogotá.
  • 2008:Participated in the 41st National Artists' Salon.
  • 2014:Participated in the group exhibitions Contraexpediciones (Contraexpeditions) at the Museo de Antioquia, Basurero Utopico (Utopian Dump) at Instituto de Visión gallery, and The Phylogeneis of Generosity at Prinzessinnengarten in Berlin.
  • 2015:Individual exhibition El Basurero (The Dump) in La Sucursal Cali gallery. Participated in the collective exhibitions Bienal Mercosur in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and Referentes Lo continuo/Lo discontinuo (References: Continuity and Discontinuity) at Artbo Bogotá.
  • 2016:Participated in the XXXII Sao Paulo Biennial in Brazil with her work Valle de Alicia (Alicia's Valley) at Ibirapuera Parl. Also participated in the 44th National Salon of Artists and Mutinous Nature at MAMBO in Bogotá. Her work Untitled (1984) was included in the in References at ARTBO.
  • 2017:Participated in the collective exhibition Radical Women at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City.
  • 2018:Participated in the collective exhibition El arte de la desobediencia (The Art of Disobedience) at MAMBO in Bogotá. El ecológico was included in 33 Revoluciones (33 Revolutions), curated by Sylvia Suárez for References ARTBO, 2017.