Gladys Triana
Painter | Printmaker | Installation Artist

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ART: PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS | ILLUSTRATIONS | EDUCATIONAL AND FILM PROJECTS

BIOGRAPHY: EDUCATION | EXHIBITIONS | AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIP | PRIVATE & PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

PUBLICATIONS: CATALOGUES & BROCHURES | MAGAZINES | ENCYCLOPEDIAS & BOOKS


Art

Public Art Commissions

1972

Homage to the Farmer, Iron Sculpture at Pamplona Airport Pamplona, Spain

1967

Design and Construction of Ceramic Lamps with Wood, commissioned by Instituto Nacional de la Industria Turistica, Habana, Cuba

1966

The Umbrella, mural in wood, metal, and sand, at Loipa Restaurante, commissioned by Instituto Nacional de la Industria Turistica, Habana, Cuba

Ephemeral Image, mural: oil on canvas, at Andes Restaurante, Habana, Cuba

1965

Heritage and Roots, mural in wood at Habana Airport, commissioned by Instituto Nacional de la Industria Turistica, Habana, Cuba

1964

The Mystic Foliage, mural: oil and wood, at Cienfuegos Hotel, Cienfuegos, Cuba

Illustrations

Felipe Lázaro, Cuban Women Poets in New York "A Brief Anthology" (Madrid: Editorial Betania, 1991) (Book Cover)

Linden Lane Magazine (New Jersey: Princeton Edition, December 1991) (Magazine Cover)

José Triana, Theater ( Madrid: Verdum Editorial, 1991) (Book Cover)

Linden Lane Magazine ( New Jersey: Princeton Edition, Summer 1990). Ills.

Magaly Alabau, Ras, Poem Book. (New York: Medusa Editions, 1987) (Book Cover)

Mariel Art Magazine (New York: Mariel Edition, 1987) (Magazine Cover)

Magaly Alabau, Electra, Clitemnestra (Santiago de Chile: El Maiten Edition, 1986) (Book Cover)

José Martí, El presidio Politico en Cuba (New York: Mariel Edition, Winter 1985). Ills.

Alberto Baeza Flores, Carta a Mariel (New York: Mariel Edition, Winter 1985). Ills.

Isel Rivero, Medea (New York: Mariel Edition, Winter 1985). Ills.

Severo Sarduy, Unidad de Lugar, Linden Lane Magazine (New Jersey: Princeton Ed., July 1982). Ills.

Natalio Galán, San Pascual el bailón, Linden Lane Magazine (New Jersey: Princeton Ed., 9 1982). Ills.

Marta Traba, Habla, Linden Lane Magazine (New Jersey: Princeton Ed., July-Sept., 1982). Ills.

José Triana, Por qué escribo teatro (New York: Escandalar, Revista de Literatura, June 1982). Ills.

Educational & Film Projects

1987-1992

Created and Implemented, Children Expressions Mural Program at the Community School Board District #32

1975

Credit Film Background, The Lie , Roberto Fandino, director. Madrid, Spain

Biography

Born in Camagëy, Cuba, 1937
Lives in New York City

 

Education

M. A., Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York, 1977

B.A., Mercy College., Dobbs Ferry, New York, 1976

Etching, silkscreen., San Fernando Academy, Madrid, 1972

Courses in Philosophy., Oriente University, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, 1955

School Teacher., Teacher Educational School, Bayamo, Cuba, 1954


Solo Exhibitions

1997

Espace Nesle, Paris, France

Trapecio Gallery, Lima, Peru

1995

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

1991

Museum of Modern Art, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana

Nader Gallery, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana

1990

Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY

1988

Cuban Museum of Art and Culture, Miami, FL

1975

Intar Gallery, New York, NY

1974

Sarduy Gallery, New York, NY

1971

Tramontana Gallery, Madrid, Spain

1964

Ateneo de Marianao Gallery, Habana, Cuba

1963

Lyceum Gallery, Habana, Cuba

1962

Lyceum Gallery, Habana, Cuba

Group Exhibitions

1998

Hispanic Arts Fight A. I. D.S. American Red Cross, Bergen Crossroads Chapter, Englewood, NJ

The Prasad Project, Manhattan Center Studio, New York, NY

Breaking Barriers; Selection from the Museum of Art's Permanent Contemporary Cuban Collection, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL., The Snite Museum of Art, University de Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN., Latin American Art Museum, Long Beach, CA

1997

Contemporary Latin American Art, The Ulla & Greger Olsson Art Collection, Brussels, Konstcentrum I, Ronneby, Sweden

Crossing Borders: Contemporary Art by Latin American Women, College of New Rochelle, Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, NY

Fourth Annual Retablo and Ex-Voto Exhibition & Auction, Mexic-Arte Museum Austin, TX

Talk Back ! The Community respond to the Permanent Collection, The Bronx Museum of The Arts, Bronx, NY

Braking Barriers: Selection from the Museum of Art's Contemporary Cuban Collection, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale. FL (traveling exhibition)

1996

Latin American Book Arts, Mexic - Arte Museum, Austin, TX

Nine Cuban American Artists, Kingsborough Community College, Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

3rd Annual Retablo and Ex-Voto Exhibition, Mexic - Arte Museum, Austin, TX

1995

Latin American Book Arts, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY.
Traveling exhibit: The Papertrail Gallery, Ottawa. The National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; Center for Book Arts, MN

Latin American Prints, Robert Blackburn Workshop Collection, Museum of Modern Art, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana

1994

Table of Contents/ Book as Art, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY

Symbols and Revelations, A Latin American Exhibit, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY

Gathering Medicine Exhibition, Art in General, New York, NY

Pequeno Formato Latinoamericano, Luigi Marrozini Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico

1993

Miami Art-93, Convention Center, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL

Combined Motions: Music and Art, Adriana Landon Gallery, New York, NY

Books-Three Approaches, Sotavento Gallery, Caracas, Venezuela

Beyond the Boundaries, Women's Caucus for Art, Insights Gallery, Seattle, WA

Books- Three Approaches, Marta Morante Gallery, New York, NY

Art Faculty Selection, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT

1992

Miami Art-92, Convention Center, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL

Books, Books and Books, Humphrey Gallery, New York, NY

1st Annual Masters Miniature, Latin American Painters, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL

Revealing the Self: Portrait by Twelve Contemporary Artist, PaineWebber Gallery, New York, NY

Anniversary Celebration Exhibition, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL

Latinoamerican Artist from New York,Javier Lumbreras Gallery, Miami, FL

Five Century after the Collision: Five Contemporary Artist Vision, The Art Gallery, Brooklyn College, New York, NY

The Impact of two Worlds, Artspace, New Haven, CT
1492-1992 Un Nouveau Regard Sur les Caraibes, Espace Carpeaux, Paris, France
1492-1992 Una nueva mirada al Caribe, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, Museo de Ponce, Puerto Rico. Casa de Francia, Santo Domingo

1991

African American and Latino American from USA, Bellas Artes Museum, Santiago de Chile, Chile

Inaugural Exhibition, Marta Morante Gallery, New York, NY

Group Show, Strangalleriet, Sodertalje, Sweden

Caribean Exhibition, Workshop Creative Art Gallery, New Heaven, CT

1990

Lines of Vision: Drawing by Contemporary Women
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Sofia Imber, Caracas, Venezuela
Museo de Bellas Artes, Mexico, Distrito Federal

Awakening / Despertar, Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT

In Praise of the Americas, Salena Gallery, L.I.U. Brooklyn, NY

Sculpture of the Americas into the Nineties, Museum of Modern Art of Latin America, Washington, D.C.

China, June 4th, 1989, Asian American Art Center, at Institute Contemporary Art, P.S. 1. Museum of Long Island City, Long Island City, NY

Women History Month, Queens Borough Library, Queens, NY

Pan American Perspectives, Pan American Society of Connecticut, The West Hartford League Art Gallery, CT

1989

China, June 4th, 1989, Asian American Center at Blum Helman Warehouse Gallery, Soho, New York

Earth, Wind & Fire, Straus Gallery, New York, NY

Lines of Vision: 100 Drawings by Contemporary Women
Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, Brookville, NY; Blum Hellman Gallery, Soho, New York, NY; traveled to Clara M. Eagle Gallery, Murray State Univ., Murray, KY; Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI; University Art Gallery, University of North Texas, Denton, TX; Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Laurence University, Canton, NY; The University of Oklahoma, The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, OK; Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA; traveled internationally to Caracas, Venezuela; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Mexico City, Mexico

International Biennial of Prints, Museum of Fine Arts, Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal, India

1988

Latin American Graphic Arts Biennal, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY

Paper Vision II, Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, CT

1987

Art of the Americas, International Gallery, Washington D.C.

Imaginations and Inventions, Works on paper by four Latin American Artist, Flushing Gallery, Flushing Council on Culture on the Arts, Queens, NY.

Contemporaneous, Bohio Gallery, New York, NY

1986

Sacred Secret, Todd Capp Gallery, New York, NY

Hispanic Roots, Mills Pond House Museum, St. James, NY

Two of the New, Museo del Barrio, New York, NY

1985

Trends, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY

Inaugural Exhibit, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY

1982

Art Escandalar, Meeting Point Gallery, Miami, FL

1979

New York Through Latin Eyes, Queens College, Art Gallery, Queens, NY

Group Installation, Cayman Gallery, New York, NY

1977

The 7th Annual Exhibition, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

1976

Iman; New York, The Center for Inter-American Relation, Latin American Exhibition Spanish-American Painters & Sculptures, New York, NY

Iman; New York, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, Museo de Arte de Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico

1975

International Panamerican Exhibition, Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, IL

First & Second Cuban Festival, Cuban Cultural Center, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York

Group Show, Cisneros Gallery, New York, NY

1972

Inaugural Exhibit, Mecenas Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Biennial of Segovia, Segovia, Spain

1971 Group Exhibit, Sala de Arte Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Salon de Pinturas, Casa de Malaga, Madrid, Spain

1967 Pintores Cubanos, Museo Universitario de Artes y Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D.F., Mexico

1962

Salon Nacional, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Habana, Cuba


Awards & Fellowship

1993

Cintas Fellowship, New York, NY.

1990

The Queens Borough President of the City of New York, Outstanding Achievement in Visual Art. Queens, NY.

Masters and Apprentices Exhibit, Special Mention. The New York City Board of Education. Brooklyn, NY.

1975

International Panamerican Exhibition, Honorary Mention, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL.

1974

National Clairol Loving Care Art Program, Educational Scholarship, Washington.

1964

Ateneo de Marianao Gallery, Art Competition: 3rd Prize. Havana, Cuba.

Jury/Panel Member

1990

Panel Member, "First Latino American Conference" at Ollantay Gallery, Queens, NY.

1979

AHA/CETA Artist Program, Member of the Screening Committee, New York

Private & Public Collections

Museum of Arts, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Museo de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba.

Museo de Bellas Artes, Santiago de Chile, Chile.

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York.

Museo de Arte Moderno, Santo Domingo.

Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, Puerto Rico.

Queens College Collection, Queens, New York.

Asian American Art Center, New York.

Arnold Ashkenazy Collection, Los Angeles.

Augusta Barreda Collection, Caracas, Venezuela.

Robert Blackburn Workshop Collection, New York.

Georgina Codina Collection, Miami, Florida.

Elba Collazo Collection, New York.

Fatima El Alami Collection, Paris, France.

Jack Kubilium Collection, New York.

Romeo Montalvo, Jr Collection, Austin, Texas.

Francisco Mestre Collection, Miami, Florida.

Pedro Monga & Perla Capriles Collection, Caracas, Venezuela

Federico de Montalvo Collection, Madrid, Spain.

Ulla & Greger Olsson Collection, Brussels, Belgium.

Rogelio Pereda Miranda Collection, Mexico D.F., Mexico.

Bruno Saomaschini, Roma, Italy.

Lisa Teisseire Collection, Paris, France.

Alain Tergny Collection, Paris, France.

Elena Zayas Collection, Miami, Florida.

Publications

Catalogues and Brochures

Yásmin Ramirez, "La Rueda del Tiempo y su Destino," in Gladys Triana, Acuarela, Paintings y Libros, exhibition brochure (Lima: Galeria Trapecio, 1997). pp. 1-2

Ana Tiscornia, " A Proposito de Libros," in Gladys Triana, Acuarelas, Paintings, y Libros, exhibition brochure (Lima: Galeria Trapecio,1997). p. 5

Zoé Valdés, "Gladys Triana: Como el Roce Furtivo del Framboyán," in Jeux de Memoire, exhibition brochure (Paris: Espace Nesle 1997).

Jorge H. Santis, "Breaking Barriers," Selection from the Museum of Art's Permanent Cuban Collection, catalogue foreword ( Fort Lauderdale: Museum of Art, 1997). pp. 1-9

Carol Damian, "Breaking Barriers, Forty Years of Cuban Art" in Selection from the Museum of Art's Permanent Cuban Collection, catalogue essay, ( Fort Lauderdale: Museum of Art, 1997). pp. 11-35

Greger Olsson, "Contemporary Latin American Art," from The Ulla and Greger Olsson Contemporary Latin American Art Collection, catalogue introduction (Ronneby: Konstcentrum I, 1997). p. 2

Marisol Nieves, "Exile and Reconstruction of Identity in the Art of Gladys Triana," in The Path To The Memory, exhibition brochure ( Bronx: The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1995).

Brian Hannon, "Latin American Book Arts", introduccion catalogue (New York: Center for the Book Arts, 1995). p. 43

Luigi Marrozzini, Pequeño Formato Latinoamericano, introduction essay, (San Juan, Puerto Rico: Luigi Marrozzini Gallery, 1994). pp. 87-137

Marisol Nieves, "Revelation and Recovery in the Art of Gladys Triana," in Books: Three Approaches, catalogue essay (New York: Marta Morante Gallery, 1993).

Lee Scharf, "The Awakening / El Despertar", catalogue introduction (Connecticut: The Discovery Museum, 1991). p. 35

Marianne de Tolentino, "A Reading of Gladys Triana Painting," in Gladys Triana, Dibujos, Pinturas e Instalación, catalogue essay (Santo Domingo, Museo de Arte Moderno, 1991) pp. 4 - 6

Nemesio Antunez, "17 Artistas Latino y Afroamericanos en USA," catalogue introduction (Santiago de Chile: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1991) .p. 4

John Stringer, "Gladys Triana Art," in Gladys Triana, Movement- Fragmentation, catalogue introduction (New York: Museum of Contemporary of Hispanic Art, 1990). p 6

Nilda Peraza, Gladys Triana, Movement-Transformation, catalogue foreword( New York: Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, 1990). p. 5

Nicole Marwell, "The Process of Control," in Gladys Triana, Movement-Transformation, catalogue essay (New York: Museum Contemporary of Hispanic Art, 1990). pp. 11 - 13

Giulio V. Blanc, Gladys Triana /Reynaldo Arenas, catalogue essay (Miami: Cuban Museum of Art and Culture, 1988) pp. 4 - 5

John Stringer, "Gladys Triana, Collage," in Art of the Americas, catalogue essay (Washington: International Gallery, International Monetary Foundation, 1987).

Jo-Ann Jones, "Imaginations and Invention, Work on Paper: Latin American Artists," foreword and acknowledgments (Queens: Flushing Council of Culture on the Arts, Flushing Gallery, 1987). p. 2

John Stringer, "Gladys Triana" in Imaginations and Inventions,Work on Paper: Latin American Artists, catalogue essay (Queens:Flushing Council of Culture on the Arts, Flushing Gallery, 1987). p. 3

Daniel Serra Badué, "Gladys Triana", catalogue essay (New York: Sarduy Gallery, March 11, 1974).

Eduardo Abela, "Gladys Triana, Nuevas Pinturas, in Gladys Triana, Pinturas, opening essay (Habana: Lyceum Gallery, February 27 1962).

Magazines

Francine Birbragher, "Breaking Barriers," Selection from the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art's Permanent Contemporary Cuban Collection,"Art Nexus, No. 28 (Columbia: April -June, 1998) pp. 128-129

Christine Frérot, "Gladys Triana, Espace Nesle." Art Nexus, No. 25 (Colombia: July-Sept.1997). pp. 131-132

Mónica Amor, "Gladys Triana". Art Nexus, No. 18 (Colombia: Oct.-Dec.,1995). pp. 127-128

Victor Zamudio Taylor,"Latin American Book Arts," Art Nexus, No. 16 (Columbia: April-June, 1995). pp. 129 - 130

Edward J. Sullivan, "The Latinoamerican Explosion." Art News (New York: Summer, 1993). p.134

María del Carmen Ichaso, " Gladys Triana," Vanidades (Miami: 1995).p. 18

Gale Jackson, "Gathering Medicine" Art in General Manual (New York: 1993-1994). pp. 47-107

Grazziana La Roca,"Ricardo Benaim, Claudia Bielinsky, Gladys Triana," Art Nexus, No. 6 (Columbia: July-Sept. 1993)

Latina, Heresies a feminist publication on Art (New York: Heresies No 27, 1993). p. 58

Carol Damian, "Artistas Latinoamericanos," Art Nexus No. 4 (Columbia: August, 1992). pp. 151-152

Rosa Francia Esquéa, "Pintora Cubana Inaugura Exposiciones" Temas, Hoy (Santo Domingo: 11 7- 91) 2B

Bélgica Rodriguez, "Gladys Triana, Movement-Fragmentation", Arte en Colombia, No 44 (Colombia: July-Sept.,1990). p. 120-121

Jaime Revilla, "Gladys Triana en New York", Revista Temas (New York: April 13, 1974)

Venáncio Sanchez Marín, "Crónica de Madrid, Revista Goya, No. 106 (Madrid: February- March, 1972). p. 266

Newspaper

Elida Román, "Exilio de la pintora cubana Gladys Triana aparece en Los Juegos de la Memoria" El Comercio, Cultural, De Artes Plásticas (Lima: Sept. 15, 1997)

Denise Guevara, "Los Juegos de la Memoria." Diario Gestión, Cultural/Sección B (Lima: Sept. 4, 1997)

Consuelo Vargas, "Los Juegos de la Memoria," El Comercio, Cultural (Lima: Sept. 8, 1997)

Alan King, "Fine Paper a sensual delight to hand and eye," The Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa: May 21, 95) B8

Rodolfo A. Windhausen, "Arte Latinoamericano: Mitos y Leyendas," La Gaceta, Tucuman (Argentina: April, 2-1995). p. 4

Adriana Collado, "Books, Three Approaches," Noticias de Arte (New York, May 1993)

"De Nueva York a la Mercedes !Algo más que Libros!" Semanario Chacao (Caracas: June 1993) p. 9

"Libros: 3 Aproximaciones, 3 artistas Latinoamericanos" El Nacional (Caracas: June 3, 1993)

Gustavo Valdés, "El Color de la Palabra: 32 Artistas Cubanos", Interview, Stet Magazine (New York: vol 1, No. 2, Special Edition . Winter 1992).

Abil Peralta, "Anotaciones estéticas para una definición de la pintura de Gladys Triana," Aquí La Noticia, Suplemento Cultural, No. 904 (Santo Domingo: June 20, 1992). pp. 4-5

Rodolfo A Windhausen, "Gladys Triana y su Pintura," El Nuevo Herald, Art Section ( Miami: 2-7, 1992) pp. 10 - 3D

Abil Peralta, "Crónica de New York," Correo de Arte Hispano, No. 5 (Santo Domingo: 1992)

Vivian Gaynor, "An exhibition in New Heaven celebrates Caribbean Diversity", New York Times (Connecticut: Oct. 6, 1991). p. 22

Marianne de Tolentino, "Las Memorias de Gladys Triana," Artes Visuales, El Listin Diario (Santo Domingo: 10 de Noviembre de 1991). 2V

Giovanni Ferruall, "Pintora Cubana inaugurará exposiciones en República Dominicana" El Nacional, Qué Pasa (Santo Domingo: Nov. 6, 1991)

Marianne de Tolentino, "El 6 y el 7 dos esperadas exposiciones de la pintora Gladys Triana" Listin Diario, Arte Latinoamericano (Santo Domingo: Nov. 6, 1991). p. 12

"Gladys Triana Expondrá" Listin Diario, Sociales (Santo Domingo: Nov. 6, 1991). p. 8

Waldemar Sommer, "Venidos de USA," El Mercurio (Santiago de Chile: 12-17, 1991). E 7
"Exposiciones Paralelas" La Tercera ( Santiago de Chile: 23 de Nov. de 1991)

Samuel B Cherson, "La escultura de las Américas a final de Siglo." El Nuevo Día Arte (Puerto Rico: 2-3, 1991). p. 12-13

John Daxland, "All Torn Up," Daily News, Art Section (New York: 1-12, 1990)

Henry Ficher, Gladys Triana reaparece con "Movimiento y Frafmentación" Noticias del Mundo, Panorama Cultural (New York: Jan. 8, 1990). p. 6B

"Celebración de la Herencia Hispana en la Universidad de Long Island" Noticias del Mundo, Sección Educacional (New York: Oct. 16, 1990). p. 11

Armando Alvarez Bravo, "Vitalidad, Dinámica y Forma en el Museo Cubano", El Nuevo Herald, Galería (Miami: March 13, 1988). p. 9C

Helen Cohen, "A Bonus at the Cuban Museum", The Miami Herald (Miami: March 18, 1988)

Meredith Hall, "Arts from Ports Far and Near, Gladys Triana." Art Speaker Magazine, (New York: Vol. IX, No. 4. Oct. 16, 1987 ). p. 9

Samuel Román Delgado, "Exposición Colectiva en el Museo del Barrio", Noticias del Mundo, Panorama Cultural (New York: July 7, 1986). p. 18

Giulio V. Blanc, "Cuba's Brain Drain: Exile Artist in New York," Unveiling (New York: Sept./Dec., 1985). pp. 14-15

Giulio V. Blanc, "Pintores Prohibidos," Unveiling ( New York: Jan. 1983)

Paul Piket, "Latin Art Exhibit." Queens College Gallery, Phoenix ( New York: May 22, 1979). p. 2

Dora Rubiano "Colectiva de Artistas en la Galeria Cayman" Diario La Prensa (New York: Jan. 16, 1979). p. 25

Aida Gonzalez Harvilán: "Gladys Triana: Pintora que Pinta la Mujer" Impacto (New York: 5-31, 1977)

Doroty Hall, "Art and Artists", Park East, Suplement of Art (New York: Jan. 21, 1977)

Pedro Monge, "Presencia Latino-Americana en New York" Vanguardia ( New York: 11-7, 1976). p. 21

Mario Peña, "La Pintura de Gladys Triana" El Tiempo Hispano ( New York: 3-30, 1975)

José Corrales, "Gladys Triana Pinta un horror extraño", El Tiempo Universal (New York: 3-30, 1974). p. 21

Galerías, Nuevas Exposiciones, ABC. Newspaper ( Madrid: Dec. 2, 1971)

Encyclopedias & Books

Robin Kahn, Time Capsule, A Consice Encyclopedia by Women Artists (New York, 1995). pp. 340-341
Judith Colliscan Van Wargner, Lines of Vision, Drawings by Contemporary Women (New York: Hudson Hill Edition, 1989)
José Gómez Sicre, Art of Cuba in Exile, Gladys Triana, essay (Miami: M.C. Printer Edition, 1987)
Who's Who in Art, International Biography Dictionary, (London: British Edition, 1982). p. 666
Enciclopedia de Cuba, Art Section ( Miami: 1975)
Edmundo Desnoes, Pintores Cubanos ( Habana: Ediciones R, 1962). p. 253


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