CALL/VoCA Talk: Gladys Triana

Watch artist Gladys Triana discuss her family, her travels, and her many artistic influences, from Diego Rivera and Goya to Beethoven.

On January 15, 2020, conservator and VoCA colleague Ruth del Fresno-Guillem sat down with artist Gladys Triana to discuss her family, her travels, and her many artistic influences, from Diego Rivera and Goya to Beethoven.

The oldest masters liked to paint the Venus—semi-nude, elegant... And I said, when I make a Venus, this will be a powerful mujer... the power of a strong person that wants to live with freedom in her own. And I was doing it.”

Gladys Triana

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