Felipe Galindo "Used/Reused"

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Felipe Galindo "Used/Reused"

92 Orchard Street
New York, New York 10002
May 5th, 2011 - June 26th, 2011

east village/lower east side


Felipe Galindo presents "Used / Reused" a series of works created on disposable objects. Guided by the graphic qualities of throwaway materials (milk cartons, shopping bags, Chinese food containers, to name a few,) Galindo's work makes humorous commentaries on everyday life and consumer society. His work gives new life to the debris of our market economy and creates unique works of art inspired by the beauty and complexity of castaway objects.

Felipe Galindo (Feggo) is a fine artist, illustrator, cartoonist and independent animator. His drawings appear in the New Yorker, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, Nickelodeon, Mad Magazine,, Narrative, Barron's, and others worldwide.  Galindo has held numerous individual exhibitions in the United States and abroad. His animations have been featured in TV programs such as MTV’s Liquid TV, Reel Thirteen and Sí-TV as well in numerous film festivals and cultural institutions worldwide, including the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid.  He has received grants from the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture, the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Puffin Foundation, Latino Public Broadcasting, the New York Council for the Arts, and the US/Mexico Fund for Culture of the Rockefeller Foundation. Additional awards include: United Nations Correspondents Association Award, Greek Ministry of Culture, Cambridge Latino Film Festival, San Antonio Cine Festival, Ajijic Film Festival, Mexico and Omiya Festival, Japan.

He is the creator of the celebrated project Manhatitlan, which includes works on paper, animations, and the newly released book Manhatitlan, Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined.

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