Posts Tagged ‘Felipe Galindo’

Mission for Mexico | Manhattan Times

Mission for Mexico | Manhattan Times

La Tierra de Azteca is not alone. Among the many relief efforts undertaken locally, Mexican-born artist Andrea Arroyo has created a series of prints to raise funds for victims of the earthquake in Mexico. A Washington Heights resident, Arroyo and her husband Felipe Galindo, a fellow graphic artist known as “Feggo,” were inspired to make […]


The Feggo Files | Manhattan Times

The Feggo Files | Manhattan Times

Felipe Galindo (Feggo) is a graphic and visual artist whose work has been published by The New Yorker, among other publications. These images were submitted in the wake of the decision by the Trump administration to rescind the DACA program. I have been working on many illustrations about the present administration and its backward policies. […]


Frida Kahlo Comes To New York City

Frida Kahlo Comes To New York City

Frida Kahlo’s New York Exhibit on view: May 7 – June 7, 2015 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 7th, 6-8pm Mark Miller Gallery (92 Orchard Street) www.markmillergallery.com The Mark Miller Gallery is pleased to present “Frida Kahlo’s New York” an exhibition by award-winning cartoonist and illustrator Felipe Galindo/Feggo, from May 7th through June 7th, 2015. An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, May 7th, 6-8pm. The exhibition features […]


Uptown artist recalls killed cartoonist’s ‘gentle’ side | NY Daily News

Uptown artist recalls killed cartoonist's 'gentle' side | NY Daily News

BY Keldy Ortiz | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS A Washington Heights artist who became friends with one of the cartoonists killed in the attack on Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo said the illustrator had a soft side, contrary to the political nature of his published work. Felipe Galindo said he met Georges Wolinski during the Porto […]


Uptown Cartoonist’s Whimsical Work to Grace Art Stroll Posters | DNAinfo

Uptown Cartoonist's Whimsical Work to Grace Art Stroll Posters | DNAinfo

By Nigel Chiwaya WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Twenty posters were submitted, but it’s Felipe Galindo’s that will be featured this summer. Galindo, a 159th Street resident who has drawn cartoons for The New Yorker and Reader’s Digest, was voted the winner of the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance Uptown Art Stroll poster contest Monday night, netting the […]


Uptown Talk: Humorist Felipe Galindo blends the cultures of Mexico & Manhattan in his artwork | NY Daily News

Uptown Talk: Humorist Felipe Galindo blends the cultures of Mexico & Manhattan in his artwork | NY Daily News

The Washington Heights-based Galindo’s works will be on display in ‘Manhatitlan: Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined’ at the Gallery at the City College of New York BY Clem Richardson Unlike a lot of artists, you won’t find Felipe (Feggo) Galindo Gomez agonizing over a blank canvas in his Washington Heights studio, wondering what he will […]


Mexican Artists Exhibit Works at New York’s Oldest Mansion | Latin American Herald Tribune

Mexican Artists Exhibit Works at New York’s Oldest Mansion | Latin American Herald Tribune

By Ruth E. Hernandez Beltran NEW YORK – Prizewinning artists Andrea Arroyo and Felipe Galindo have “Mexicanized” the oldest mansion in New York with their exhibitions, in which she pays tribute to womankind and he with his drawings creates an imaginary visit by George Washington to Manhattan’s Washington Heights section, home to the largest Dominican […]


Art Double Header @ The Morris-Jumel Mansion

Art Double Header @ The Morris-Jumel Mansion

“Women Unbound”  Inspired by the inhabitants, cultural history, art and artifacts of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, artist Andrea Arroyo created original works integrated with the historical objects and furniture in the Museum’s collection. These works create a conversation between the past and the present, and allow for connections to be created between the female experience of Mary […]


IMMIGRANT EXHIBIT @ NOMAA GALLERY TONIGHT

Immigrant Opening: Tuesday, September 28, 6-8pm NoMAA Gallery · 178 Bennett Avenue, 3rd Floor (at 189th Street) Upper Manhattan is one of the most diverse areas of New York City. People with different cultural backgrounds live and work in this community and are constantly seeking ways to express their own culture and find their connection […]

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