Felipe Ehrenberg (Mexico City, ’43), draughtsman, painter, performance and installation artist. A pioneer in artists’ books, he lived in England in the early seventies, where he co-founded the Beau Geste Press and published his work and that of a number of visual poets, conceptualists, neo-dadaists and experimental artists, most of whom were linked to the Fluxus movement. A selected anthology of his texts, titled Vidrios rotos y el ojo que los ve (Broken glass and the eye that looks at it)", was published in 1996, in Mexico. Ehrenberg has been distinguished with several awards, foremost the Roque Dalton Medal (1987) for his field work during the aftermath of the earthquake in El Salvador; a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1976), a Fulbright Lecturing Award, and Mexico's CNCA Grant for Mid-career Artists (1991). He was Mexico’s cultural attaché in Brazil (2001-2006) and is presently based in São Paulo, Brazil.