Translations:Lydia Azout/19/en

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  • 1942: Born in Bogotá.
  • 1970: Began art studies at David Manzur's studio.
  • 1978: Exhibited at the Luis Angel Arango Library, Bogotá.
  • 1981: Studied in Italy with Luis Camnitzer.
  • 1988: Studied at the Istituto Di Marmo e d'Arte in Pietrasanta, Italy.
  • 1984: Exhibited for the first time at Alonso Garcés Gallery, Bogotá.
  • 1985: Participated in the exhibition 100 años de arte colombiano (100 Years of Colombian Art) at MAMBO.
  • 1986: Solo exhibition Fuerzas Agustinianas (Augustinian Forces) at MAMBO.
    • Participated in the II Havana Biennial, Cuba.
  • 1989: Participated in the III Havana Biennial, Cuba.
  • 1990: Participated in the XXXIII National Artist' Salon.
  • 1992: Participated in a collective exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art, New York.
  • 1993: Participated in the exhibition "ABC Contemporary Art from Argentina, Brazil and Colombia" at Sydney Mishkin Gallery in New York.
  • 1995: Presented Fuerzas Agustinianas (Augustinian Forces) at the National Gallery in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • 1997: Exhibited at the Alejandro Otero Museum in Caracas, Venezuela.
  • 2001: Participated in an art exhibition at the National General Archive, Bogotá.
  • 2007: Exhibited at Itchimbía Cultural Center in Quito, Ecuador.
  • 2012: Exhibited at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami.
  • 2019: Participated with several monumental sculptures in the exhibition Estructuras del Vacío (Structures of the Void) at MAMBO.