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*'''{{Fecha|1939|link=}}'''::Born in the Netherlands.
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*'''{{Fecha|1939|link=}}''': Born in the Netherlands.
*'''{{Fecha|1962|link=}}''':: Married Silvio Mutal.
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*'''{{Fecha|1962|link=}}''': Married Silvio Mutal.
*'''{{Fecha|1964|link=}}''':: Arrived in Colombia.
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*'''{{Fecha|1964|link=}}''': Arrived in Colombia.
*'''{{Fecha|1968|link=}}''':: Settled in Lima, Peru.
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*'''{{Fecha|1968|link=}}''': Settled in Lima, Peru.
*'''{{Fecha|1972|link=}}''':: Exhibited at Carlos Rodríguez Gallery, Lima.
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*'''{{Fecha|1972|link=}}''': Exhibited at Carlos Rodríguez Gallery, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|1974|link=}}''':: Exhibited at D’Eendt Gallery, Ámsterdam.
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*'''{{Fecha|1974|link=}}''': Exhibited at D’Eendt Gallery, Ámsterdam.
 
*Participated in the Exhibition of the School of Visual Arts, Banco Continental Gallery, Lima.
 
*Participated in the Exhibition of the School of Visual Arts, Banco Continental Gallery, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|1976|link=}}''':: Exhibited at Daniel Gervis Gallery, Paris.
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*'''{{Fecha|1976|link=}}''': Exhibited at Daniel Gervis Gallery, Paris.
 
*Participated for the first time as part of a group in FIAC at Grand Palais, Paris.
 
*Participated for the first time as part of a group in FIAC at Grand Palais, Paris.
*'''{{Fecha|1978|link=}}''':: Exhibited at Galerie Nouvelles, The Hague.
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*'''{{Fecha|1978|link=}}''': Exhibited at Galerie Nouvelles, The Hague.
*'''{{Fecha|1899|link=}}''':: Participated in the exhibition 3000 años de escultura peruana (3000 Years of Peruvian Sculpture) at the Lima Art Museum.
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*'''{{Fecha|1899|link=}}''': Participated in the exhibition 3000 años de escultura peruana (3000 Years of Peruvian Sculpture) at the Lima Art Museum.
*'''{{Fecha|1982|link=}}''':: Participated for the first time in the European Sculpture Biennial in Normandy, France.
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*'''{{Fecha|1982|link=}}''': Participated for the first time in the European Sculpture Biennial in Normandy, France.
*'''{{Fecha|1985|link=}}''':: First solo exhibition at Nohra Haime Gallery, New York.
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*'''{{Fecha|1985|link=}}''': First solo exhibition at Nohra Haime Gallery, New York.
*'''{{Fecha|1986|link=}}''':: Settled in New York.
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*'''{{Fecha|1986|link=}}''': Settled in New York.
*'''{{Fecha|1989|link=}}''':: Participated in the exhibition The Art of Peru at Galerie D'Art Contemporain, Montreal.  
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*'''{{Fecha|1989|link=}}''': Participated in the exhibition The Art of Peru at Galerie D'Art Contemporain, Montreal.  
*'''{{Fecha|1992|link=}}''':: Received the Excellent Maquette Award at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
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*'''{{Fecha|1992|link=}}''': Received the Excellent Maquette Award at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
*'''{{Fecha|1994|link=}}''':: Received the Ueno Royal Museum Prize at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
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*'''{{Fecha|1994|link=}}''': Received the Ueno Royal Museum Prize at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
*'''{{Fecha|2005|link=}}''':: Inaugurated her work El ojo que llora (The Weeping Eye) as a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru.
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*'''{{Fecha|2005|link=}}''': Inaugurated her work El ojo que llora (The Weeping Eye) as a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru.
*'''{{Fecha|2015|link=}}''':: Presented the exhibition El espejo de piedra (The Stone Mirror) at MAC, Lima.
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*'''{{Fecha|2015|link=}}''': Presented the exhibition El espejo de piedra (The Stone Mirror) at MAC, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|2016|link=}}''':: Died in Lima.
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*'''{{Fecha|2016|link=}}''': Died in Lima.

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*1939: nació en los Países Bajos.
*1962: contrajo matrimonio con Silvio Mutal.
*1964: llegó a Colombia.
*1968: se radicó en Lima, Perú.
*1972: expuso en la Galería Carlos Rodríguez, Lima.
*1974: expuso en la Galería D’Eendt, Ámsterdam.
**participó de la muestra “''Exposición de la Escuela de Artes Plásticas''”, Galería Banco Continental, Lima.
*1976: expuso en la Galería Daniel Gervis, París.
**participó por primera vez de manera grupal en la FIAC Grand Palais, París.
*1978: expuso en la Galería Nouvelles, La Haya.
*1982: hizo parte de la exposición “''3000 años de escultura peruana''” del Museo de Arte de Lima.
**1982: participó por primera vez en la Bienal Europea de Escultura de Normandía, Francia.
*1985: presentó su primera exposición individual en la Nohra Haime Gallery, Nueva York.
*1986: se radicó en Nueva York.
*1989: participó en la muestra “''The Art of Peru''” de la Galerie D’Art Contemporain, Montreal. 
*1992: recibió el premio Excellent Maquette en la Fujisankei Biennale, Japón.
*1994: recibió el premio Royal Ueno Museum Prize en la Fujisankei Biennale, Japón.
*2005: inauguró su obra El ojo que llora, como homenaje a las víctimas del conflicto armado interno en el Perú.
*2015: presentó la exposición “''El espejo de piedra''” en el MAC Lima.
*2016: falleció en la capital peruana.
Translation*'''{{Fecha|1939|link=}}''': Born in the Netherlands.
*'''{{Fecha|1962|link=}}''': Married Silvio Mutal.
*'''{{Fecha|1964|link=}}''': Arrived in Colombia.
*'''{{Fecha|1968|link=}}''': Settled in Lima, Peru.
*'''{{Fecha|1972|link=}}''': Exhibited at Carlos Rodríguez Gallery, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|1974|link=}}''': Exhibited at D’Eendt Gallery, Ámsterdam.
*Participated in the Exhibition of the School of Visual Arts, Banco Continental Gallery, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|1976|link=}}''': Exhibited at Daniel Gervis Gallery, Paris.
*Participated for the first time as part of a group in FIAC at Grand Palais, Paris.
*'''{{Fecha|1978|link=}}''': Exhibited at Galerie Nouvelles, The Hague.
*'''{{Fecha|1899|link=}}''': Participated in the exhibition 3000 años de escultura peruana (3000 Years of Peruvian Sculpture) at the Lima Art Museum.
*'''{{Fecha|1982|link=}}''': Participated for the first time in the European Sculpture Biennial in Normandy, France.
*'''{{Fecha|1985|link=}}''': First solo exhibition at Nohra Haime Gallery, New York.
*'''{{Fecha|1986|link=}}''': Settled in New York.
*'''{{Fecha|1989|link=}}''': Participated in the exhibition The Art of Peru at Galerie D'Art Contemporain, Montreal. 
*'''{{Fecha|1992|link=}}''': Received the Excellent Maquette Award at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
*'''{{Fecha|1994|link=}}''': Received the Ueno Royal Museum Prize at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
*'''{{Fecha|2005|link=}}''': Inaugurated her work El ojo que llora (The Weeping Eye) as a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru.
*'''{{Fecha|2015|link=}}''': Presented the exhibition El espejo de piedra (The Stone Mirror) at MAC, Lima.
*'''{{Fecha|2016|link=}}''': Died in Lima.
  • 1939: Born in the Netherlands.
  • 1962: Married Silvio Mutal.
  • 1964: Arrived in Colombia.
  • 1968: Settled in Lima, Peru.
  • 1972: Exhibited at Carlos Rodríguez Gallery, Lima.
  • 1974: Exhibited at D’Eendt Gallery, Ámsterdam.
  • Participated in the Exhibition of the School of Visual Arts, Banco Continental Gallery, Lima.
  • 1976: Exhibited at Daniel Gervis Gallery, Paris.
  • Participated for the first time as part of a group in FIAC at Grand Palais, Paris.
  • 1978: Exhibited at Galerie Nouvelles, The Hague.
  • 1899: Participated in the exhibition 3000 años de escultura peruana (3000 Years of Peruvian Sculpture) at the Lima Art Museum.
  • 1982: Participated for the first time in the European Sculpture Biennial in Normandy, France.
  • 1985: First solo exhibition at Nohra Haime Gallery, New York.
  • 1986: Settled in New York.
  • 1989: Participated in the exhibition The Art of Peru at Galerie D'Art Contemporain, Montreal.
  • 1992: Received the Excellent Maquette Award at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
  • 1994: Received the Ueno Royal Museum Prize at Fujisankei Biennale, Japan.
  • 2005: Inaugurated her work El ojo que llora (The Weeping Eye) as a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru.
  • 2015: Presented the exhibition El espejo de piedra (The Stone Mirror) at MAC, Lima.
  • 2016: Died in Lima.