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2012/05/09

Political Neighbors: Rius, Feggo, El Fisgón – Three Master Cartoonists of Mexico

Political_neighbors

 Andrea Arroyoのキューレーションによるメキシコの三大漫画家Rius、Feggo、El Fisgónの展覧会。メキシコの政治漫画で著名な三人の作品を紹介する本展は、40年にわたる、メキシコ・米国間の移民問題、人権問題、グローバリゼーション、環境問題と、メキシコと米国に横たわる問題を見詰め直す。1970年代から2012年までに、メキシコと米国で発表されたドローイング、水彩、版画を展覧する。

“Political Neighbors: Rius, Feggo, El Fisgón – Three Master Cartoonists of Mexico”
会期 2012年5月7日-31日
会場 El Taller Latino Americano(米国ニューヨーク)

POLITICAL NEIGHBORS presents the work of Rius, Feggo, and El Fisgón, three pivotal figures in Mexico’s political cartooning and offers a survey of their take on issues in Mexico and the United States over the past four decades, including immigration, U.S./Mexico relations, human rights, globalization, and the environment. The show features a collection of drawings, watercolors, and prints from the 1970s to 2012, published in Mexico and the U.S.

RIUS (Eduardo del Río) is a world-renowned political cartoonist and intellectual. His cartoons and drawings in support of migrant workers, indigenous peoples, and the downtrodden have been published extensively since the 1960s. He created Los Supermachos and Los Agachados, two groundbreaking comic books of humorous criticism of the Mexican government and society. Rius has written over a hundred books, and he is the creator of the “For Beginners” format, which includes books on Marx, Cuba, philosophy, religion and many other topics. His numerous awards include the National Journalism Prize in Mexico and the UNICEF Award. He lives and works in Tepoztlán, Mexico.

FEGGO (Felipe Galindo) works in cartoons, animation, illustration, fine art, and public art. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide (The New Yorker, The New York Times, Mad Magazine, La Jornada.) He is the creator of the celebrated project “Manhatitlan,” a series of drawings, animations, and a book about the intertwining of Mexican and American cultures in New York. Awards include: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; National Association of Latino Arts and Culture; United Nations Correspondents Association; New York Council for the Arts and US/Mexico Fund for Culture, Rockefeller Foundation. He lives and works in New York City.

EL FISGÓN (Rafael Barajas) is one of Mexico’s leading political cartoonists, the author of seven cartoon books, including “How to Succeed at Globalization,” a comic-book history of capitalism and globalization. He lives and works in Mexico City.

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