Ángela Gurría

Ángela Gurría

Ángela Gurría Davó (born Mexico City, March 24, 1929) is a Mexican sculptor. In 1974, she became the first female member of the Academia de Artes. She is best known for her monumental sculptures such as Señal, an eighteen meter tall work created for the 1968 Summer Olympics. She lives and works in Mexico City.

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Where was Ángela Gurría born?

Ángela Gurría was born in Mexico City.

How would Ángela Gurría be described?

Ángela Gurría would be described as Mexican sculptor.

What is the gender of Ángela Gurría?

Ángela Gurría is female.

What is Ángela Gurría subject of?

Ángela Gurría is subject of Mexican sculptors, Mexican women artists, 1929 births, 20th-century women artists, Living people and People from Mexico City.