Tony Mendoza may refer to:
Antonio Mendoza is an American politician who served in the California State Senate. A Democrat, he represented the 32nd Senate District, which encompasses Buena Park and the Gateway Cities of Los Angeles County. In January 2018, the State Senate voted to suspend him for 60 days to investigate allegations of sexual harassment. He could not vote on legislation during that period, while contesting the suspension. Before a vote for expulsion was to be taken by the State Senate due to the released findings of an investigation that determined he likely engaged in a pattern of unwanted advances and sexually suggestive behavior toward six women, including four subordinates, over the last decade, Mendoza resigned on February 22, 2018.
Tony Mendoza is a Cuban-American photographer.
Tony Mendoza is a Cuban-American artist with a studio in Miami, Florida. Mendoza's style is Primitive Expressionist and "Caricaturista," a type of art that is whimsical in nature. Mendoza works mainly with acrylic on canvas.
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The term Afro-Cuban refers to Cubans who mostly have native West African ancestry and to historical or cultural elements in Cuba thought to emanate from this community. The term can refer to the combining of native African and other cultural elements found in Cuban society such as race, religion, music, language, the arts and class culture.
The year 1985 in art involved some significant events and new works.
Mendoza is a Basque surname, also occurring as a place name.
Hotel Tryp Habana Libre is one of the larger hotels in Cuba, situated in Vedado, Havana. The hotel has 572 rooms in a 25-floor tower at Calle 23 and Calle L.
Oscar Benjamin Cintas y Rodriguez, was a prominent sugar and railroad magnate who served as Cuba’s ambassador to the United States from 1932 until 1934.
Cuban art is an exceptionally diverse cultural blend of African, South American, European and North American elements, reflecting the diverse demographic makeup of the island. Cuban artists embraced European modernism, and the early part of the 20th century saw a growth in Cuban avant-garde movements, which were characterized by the mixing of modern artistic genres. Some of the more celebrated 20th-century Cuban artists include Amelia Peláez (1896–1968), best known for a series of mural projects, and painter Wifredo Lam, who created a highly personal version of modern primitivism. The Cuban born painter Federico Beltran Masses (1885–1949), was renowned as a colourist whose seductive portrayals of women sometimes made overt references to the tropical settings of his childhood.
Miguel Gómez is the name of:
Martínez is a common surname in the Spanish language. Martínez is the most common surname in the Spanish regions of Navarre, La Rioja, Cuenca and Murcia. There are also variations such as San Martin and Martín.
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Héctor Manuel Mendoza Ripoll is a Cuban professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.
Antonio Mendoza may refer to:
Rigoberto was a 1945 Argentine comedy film.