Alexis Mendoza is an artist, writer and independent curator. Born in 1972, Havana City, Cuba and moved to the United States in 1995. His past education includes the National School of Fine Art San Alejandro (1988), graduated in Art History from Havana University (1994), Internship in Fine Art Conservation at the National Museum of Fine Art in Havana (1992-93). Alexis Mendoza exhibited his artworks in museums and galleries around the world in countries such as: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, and United State. Co-founder and co-creator of The Bronx Latin American Art Biennial. Alexis Mendoza is also the author of books, such as: “Latin America, The Culture and the New Men”; “Objective Reference of Painting: The work of Ismael Checo, 1986-2006”; Reflections: The Sensationalism of the Art from Cuba. All three published by Wasteland Press; and Rigo Peralta: Revelaciones de un Universo Mistico, publish by Argos Publications, Dominican Republic. Presently Alexis Mendoza lives and work in The Bronx, New York.