Felipe creates humorous art in a variety of media, including cartoons, illustrations, animations, fine art & public art. Born in Cuernavaca, Mexico, resides in New York City. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide. He is an arts educator at the School of Visual Arts, Community-Word Project and Teacher's College's Say Yes to Education.
As I mourn the loss of my cartoonists colleagues in Paris in the tragic and horrific terrorist attacks, I have been invited to diverse media outlets to share my thoughts about freedom of expression and about Georges Wolinski, one of the slain cartoonists, whom I had the honor to meet a couple of years ago. I'd like to share with you links to some interviews:CNN
2014 Special Mention XIX Zagreb International Cartoon
2013 MCAF Grant for "Frida's New York" project, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY 2013 Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance Grant 2012 Second Prize, The United Nations Correspondents Association/Ranan Lurie 2012 Second Prize, XIV Porto Cartoon Festival, Portugal. 2012 Second Prize, Jordan Winery Project, New York Foundation for the Arts. 2012 MCAF Grant, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY 2011 International Latino Book Awards, Manhattitlan, Best Art Book.
2011 MCAF Grant, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY
for "Used / Reused" project of mixed media works.
"El Award 2010" by El Diario newspaper, New York City.
Previous Press and Features "Mexican Artists Become Fixture In Washington Heights" NY1watch "AriZONA Exhibition" CNN en Espanol watch "Manhatitlan Codex" NY1 Noticias TV watch "Manhatitlan" NPR WNYC Morning Edition listen Associated Press, La Jornada Newspaper, Notimex, Pie Derecho, Proceso, Emeequis, http://www.wnyc.org/news/articles/112376Televisa International, NBC.
Homage to Charlie Hebdo
Poetry in Motion
Glad to share my art with New York City straphangers!
On display now inside the trains along the subway system,
a Poetry in Motion poster illustrating the poem
"To the Reader: Twilight" by Chase Twichel,
"Magic Realism in Kingsbridge"
Ink & watercolor on paper.
Collection of MTA Arts for Transit Program
Global Warming. 2nd Prize at XIV Porto Cartoon Festival, Portugal 2012.
The Polar Panda Bears did it again!
After winning a Second Prize Award at the Porto Cartoon Festival in Portugal (see left),the cartoon, originally published in the Reader's Digest, won 2nd Prize of The United Nations Correspondents Association's Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award for the Year 2012. "This award is granted for the Best Political Cartoons reflecting the spirit and principles of The United Nations."Jurors: Dr. Elie Wiesel, Nobel Laureate, The Honorable Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of The United Nations and J. Gaimpaolo, President UNCA
The New Yorker, The New York Times, NACLA, Newsday, amNY, Mad, Nickelodeon, Reader's Digest, Narrative, Crain's, INXart.com, The Wall Street Journal, Advertising Age, Princeton Alumni Weekly,The Progressive, Barron's, The National Law Journal, POZ, Time Magazine's Almanac for Kids, Scholastic, Children's Television Workshop, Creative Classroom, TV411.
International: The International Herald Tribune (France), La Jornada, Nexos, Hoja por Hoja (Mexico), Red Bulletin (Austria); Hauser (Germany), Nebelspalter (Switzerland), Prospect, Oldie, Private Eye, The Spectator (England), Ode (Holland).
TALKS AND LECTURES
Felipe Galindo is available for talks and lectures. Recent talks include:
The Economist Magazine's Mexico Summit: The Politics of Change. Santa Fe, Mexico City, Nov 2012. Ridgefield Public Library, Ridgefield CT Dept. of Latin American Studies, Fordham University FIT Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City A-Lab Forum, Crossing Art Gallery, Queens
Center For Latino Arts And Culture, Rutgers University NJ
Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico DF
Dept. of Latin American Studies, New York University
The School of Visual Arts, New York City.
To schedule a talk please contact Felipe at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manhatitlan: Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined by Felipe Galindo Published by Jorge Pinto Books. Introduction by Peter Canby, The New Yorker. 56 pg., 8.5 x 5.5", full color. "Feggo's work stands in the rich tradition of Mexico's socially engaged art, an art that strives, using humor and irony, to make sense out of our beautiful and ever more baffling world." -From the Introduction by Peter Canby "What a wicked sense of humor Galindo has. Mexican artifacts enact absurd acts of revenge on Big Apple institutions, a bit like anti-imperialist New Yorker cartoons." -The Washington Post "Galindo's appealing images superimpose Mexican icons over the New York cityscape, in a playful nod to the multiculturalism that helps make the city great." -Time Out New York
Best Arts Book Award 13th International Latino Book Award 2011 To buy a book using credit card, see below. I can personalize your book on request. FREE SHIPPING More about this project: MANHATITLAN: Drawings, animation, cartoons.
NEW RELEASE, JORGE PINTO BOOKS, 2012
"No Man Is a Desert Island" is the new cartoon collection book by Felipe Galindo ~ Feggo. Published by Jorge Pinto Books. Introduction by Sid Harris (The New Yorker) 156 pgs. $14.95
“Felipe’s work is not only good humored but good hearted and guaranteed to lift your spirits!” —Gahan Wilson
“It is a rare cartoonist who appeals to such diverse readerships as the Reader’s Digest, Barron’s, The New Yorker and Nickelodeon, to name just a few of the magazines where the widely published Felipe Galindo’s cartoons can be found. As cartoon editor of TheNew Yorker I especially enjoy Felipe’s carefully constructed sight gags, whose wordless humor unites all demographics in laughter.” —Bob Mankoff
All images copyright Felipe Galindo (Feggo) 2015. All rights reserved. Images and content should not be used, printed or downloaded without the written authorization from the artist.