Tony Mendoza (photographer)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Antonio Mendoza (2007)

Tony Mendoza (born 1941) is a Cuban-American photographer.

Life[edit]

He was born as Antonio Mendoza in Havana and moved to Miami with his family in 1960. He graduated from Yale with a Bachelor of Engineering and Harvard with a Master of Architecture, before becoming a full-time photographic artist in 1973. Married to Maria del Carmen from Esperanza, Cuba, and they have two children Alex and Lydia.[citation needed]

Mendoza taught in the photography department at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio from 1988 until his retirement in 2013.[1]

Work and awards[edit]

His most famous book, Ernie, is a photographic memoir centered on a cat he encountered when he moved into an apartment in New York City. Mendoza has received three National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a Guggenheim Photography Fellowship as well as two Creative Writing fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council.

His photographs have featured in many major museums.Template:Which ones?

Bibliography[edit]

  • A Cuban Summer, 2013, (ISBN 978-1-59266-102-2)
  • Ernie : a photographer's memoir, 1985, (ISBN 0-88496-240-7)
  • Stories, 1987, (ISBN 0-87113-146-3)
  • Dogs : a postcard book, 1995, (ISBN 0-88496-397-7)
  • Cuba-- : going back, 1999, (ISBN 0-292-75232-6)
  • Ernie : a photographer's memoir-expanded edition, 2001, (ISBN 978-0-8118-2963-2)
  • Flowers, 2007, (ISBN 1-59005-170-X)
  • Tony Mendoza : photographs, words, video, (written by Mendoza, edited by Louisa Bertch Green), 2003, (ISBN 0-918881-49-8)

References[edit]

External links[edit]