Jeanne F. Jalandoni b. 1993


Jeanne F. Jalandoni is a painter and textile artist born and based in New York City. Her work navigates Filipino American cultural identity through personal research on historic Western influences on the Philippines, family archives, and personal experience growing up as a second-generation American who has never been to the Philippines. She uses national symbols such as the carabao, bangus, and mangoes to express characteristics she associates with her biculturalism, aiming to redefine their meaning and reclaim the Filipino American narrative.


Jeanne received her BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in painting at New York University (2015). Jeanne has had solo shows with Taymour Grahne Projects, virtual (2021); Real Art Ways, Connecticut (2019); the Little Underground Gallery/Jefferson Market Library, New York (2018); and the Berkshire Art Museum, Massachusetts (2018). Jeanne has exhibited in various group shows including, Considering Mass and Density, Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn(2021); Super Sarap, curated by Patricia Cariño Valdez, Asia Society Texas, Houston, (2019) and curated Cultural Cousins: a show of Filipinx and Latinx artists, ChaShaMa, New York(2019). Jeanne was an artist-in-residence at 36 Chase & Barns Residency, Massachusetts (2018) and the Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn (2021).


Jeanne has been awarded the 2019 Real Award, Hartford, CT, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) Creative Engagement Grant, New York (2019).