Translations:Alicia Viteri/17/en

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  • 1946: Born in Pasto, Colombia.
  • 1968: First group exhibition at the Centro Colombo Americano in Bogotá.
  • 1970: Received a degree in fine arts from Universidad de los Andes. Participated in the Biennial of Young Artists at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in Bogotá.
  • 1972: Settled in Panama. Taught engraving at the University of Panama.
  • 1973: Participated in the II Biennial of Graphic Arts in Cali.
  • 1976: Exhibited at Casa de la Cultura in Quito.
  • 1977-1978: Resided in Ecuador.
  • 1979: Returned to Panama and founded the engraving workshop of the Panamanian Art Institute (Panarte).
  • 1982: Studied lithography at the Experimental Graphic Workshop in Havana.
  • 1983: Traveled to Spain to specialize in lithography.
  • 1986: Won the National Prize for Painting at the XXX Colombian Artists' Salon.
  • 1992: Participated in the exhibition Human Figure in Latin American Art at The Americas Collection, Miami.
  • 2002: Presented her digital photography project Memoria digital (Digital Memory).