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Mark Miller Gallery Presents

Felipe Galindo/Feggo: Frida Kahlo’s New York 

Exhibit on view: May 7 - June 7, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 7th, 6-8pm

Gallery Hours: Wed – Sun, 12-6 pm and by appointment

Mark Miller Gallery 

92 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 

(212) 253-9479

Free and open to the public

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 7 through June 7, 2015.  

The  exhibition  features  works  on  paper  and sequential artworks from Felipe Galindo / Feggo’s project “Frida Kahlo’s New York,” as well as preparatory drawings and storyboards for the animation in progress of the same title.“Frida Kahlo’s New York” is inspired by Kahlo’s five visits to New York City in the 1930's and 1940's, and presents  whimsical  narratives  featuring  Kahlo  in New York City, and scenes that imagine the impact that the Big Apple might have had on Frida’s art and life.

This project celebrates Frida Kahlo’s artistic vision, her passionate and complex life and the vitality of the City of New York in past and the present times.  “Frida Kahlo’s New York” presents a unique, humorous take on Frida Khalo and salutes the much anticipated exhibition "Frida Kahlo, Art, Garden Life" opening in mid May at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx.

About the artist:

Felipe Galindo (Feggo) creates humorous art in a variety of media, including cartoons, illustrations, animations, fine art and public art. His drawings have appeared 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, INXart and others worldwide.  Currently, his artwork is featured in the MTA’s Poetry in Motion posters in subway cars throughout the New York City. His public art project “Magic Realism in Kingsbridge” features his signature humorousworks fabricated in glass and installed on the 231st Station of the #1 subway line.

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: Porto Cartoon Festival, Portugal; Turkey's Ministry of Tourism Award; United Nations Correspondents Association  Award;  Greek  Ministry  of  Culture Award, and the San Antonio Cine Festival Award among others.

He is the creator of the celebrated project Manhatitlan, which includes works on paper, animations, and the book Manhatitlan, Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined (Pinto Books, 2010.)

He is also the author of  No  Man  Is  a  Desert  Island  -  Cartoons  by  Felipe Galindo-Feggo (Pinto Books, 2012.)