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Lydia Azout's artistic journey began in the late seventies with her solo exhibition “Fragmentos” (Fragments) at the Luis Angel Arango Library. In the eighties, she presented several shows, including “Espacios Controlados” (Controlled Spaces) at Alonso Garcés Gallery in 1984; “Fuerzas Agustinianas” (Augustinian Forces) at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art in 1986; and “Fuerzas Rítmicas” (Rhythmic Forces) at the La Tertulia Museum in Cali in 1988. In 1997 she presented work at the exhibition “Ámbitos de lo Sagrado” (Fields of the Sacred) at the Alejandro Otero Museum in Caracas, Venezuela and “Resonancias” (Resonances) at the National Center for the Arts in Mexico City in 1999.