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Felipe Galindo

Year of birth - 1957
Training - BFA, Visual Arts, National Autonomus University of Mexico, UNAM.
First published in - Los Universitarios newspaper, Mexico.
Year first published - 1978
Cartoons published in - New Yorker, Mad, Nickelodeon, Reader's Digest, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, National Lampoon, Barron's, Red Bulletin, The Spectator, Prospect, Ode, Oldie, Private Eye, Nebelspalter, Hauser, Para Pente.
Exhibitions - Numerous solo exhibitions in the US, Mexico and Greece and more than a hundred participations in humor exhibitions worldwide.
Awards - Numerous international awards in New York, Mexico, Greece, Italy, Japan, Puerto Rico, Belgium.
Books illustrated - No Man Is a Desert Island, J. Pinto Books, 2012; Manhatitlan, Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined, J. Pinto Books NY; Cats Will Be Cats, Plume Books; My Teacher Can Teach Anyone, Lee & Low Books, NY.
Specific expertise - Gag cartoon, strips, comic strips, humorous drawings, children's illustration, editorial illustration, animation, public art.
Professional projects - Public Art stainglass windows for New York Arts for Transit Program MTA.

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