Jeanne F. Jalandoni lives and works in Uptown Manhattan. She works primarily with oil paint and textile. Her work explores defining Filipino-American identity through her experiences growing up as a 2nd generation American. Jalandoni’s ongoing research regarding her cultural histories deepens her understanding on how Filipinos/Filipino-Americans are perceived both socially and historically, and works to challenge these perceptions with the aid of her experiences and family stories.
“‘Super Sarap’ Merges Art and Food While Examining the Filipino American Experience” by Ada Tseng, Los Angeles Times
“Anxiety Painting by Jeanne Jalandoni,” Kweli Journal
“Artist Jeanne Jalandoni Defines Bicultural Identity with Portraits of Women,” Just Cliq It
“Fil-Am Artist Exhibits Work at New York’s Little Underground Gallery,” The Philippine Reporter
“Jeanne Jalandoni,” Genny Genny