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Gladys Triana, Cuban Artist. Recipient Art Competition 3rd prize Ateneo de Marianao Gallery, Havana, Cuba, 1964, Ednl. scholarship National Clairol Loving Care Art Program, 1974, Honorary mention Museum of Science, Chicago, 1975, Special mention The New York City Board Education Masters and Apprentices Exhibit, 1990, Outstanding Achievement in Visual Arts award The Queens Borough President of City of New York, 1990, Cintas fellowship, 1993.


Triana, Gladys was born on November 17, 1937 in Camaguey, Cuba. Daughter of Jose Daniel Triana and Francisca Maria Perez. came to the United States, 1974.


Student, Oriente University, Santiago de Cuba, 1957. Bachelor in Art summa cum laude, Mercy College, 1976. Master of Education, Long Island University, 1977.


Art educator, New York City Board Education, since 1978. Exhibition consultant Salute to Brooklyn's Creative Youth Exhibition, The Brooklyn ArtCoun., Children's Gallery at Brooklyn Museum, since 1986. Created and implemented Children Expressions Mural Program at Cmty.

School Board District #2, New York City, since 1987.


  • Other Work

    • One women shows include Lyceum Gallery, Havana, Cuba, 1962, 63, Tramontana Gallery, 1971, Intar Gallery, 1975, Cuban Museum Art and Culture, Miami, Florida, 1988, Museum Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, 1990, Museum Modern Art, Santo Domingo, 1991, Nader Gallery Fine Arts, Santo Domingo, Bronx Museum Arts, 1995, Jeux De Memoire, Espace Nesle, Paris, Trapecio Gallery, Lima, Peru, 1997. Exhibited in group shows at Palacio de Bellas Artes Museum, 1962, 91, Sala de Arte Gallery, Madrid, 1971, Museum of Science, Chicago, 1975, Institute de Cultura Puertoriquena, Museo de Ponce, Puerto Rico, 1976, 92, Queens College, 1979, Meeting Point Gallery, Miami, 1982, Todd Capp Gallery, New York, 1986, Museum Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, 1988, Warehouse Gallery, New York City, 1989, Stratus Gallery, New York City, 1989, Long Island University, 1989, Museum Contemporary Art, Caracas, Venezuela, 1990, Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1990, Modern Art Latin American, Washington, 1990, Humphrey Gallery, New York City, 1992, Paine Weber Art Gallery, New York City, 1992, Artspace, New Haven, Connecticut, 1992, Adriana Landon Gallery, New York City, 1993, Sotavento Gallery, Caracas, 1995, The National Library Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 1996, Mexic-Art Museum, Austin, Texas, 1997, Espace Nesle, Paris, Trapecio Gallery, Lima, 1998, Tampa Museum Art.


Member Museum of Women, Washington, since 1990, Women of Caucus, New York City, since 1992, Center for Books of Art, New York City, since 1993. Member National Organization for Women, Museum Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, ballet, opera, tennis, bicycling.


Married Manuel Angel Malleiro, April 11, 1974.

Jose Daniel Triana

Francisca Maria Perez

Manuel Angel Malleiro