Concerned largely with issues of immigration, ethnicity and place; Jaime Mendoza uses a wide range of media such as video, photography, and mixed media installations ‐ all of which fuse the politics of
contemporary urban culture with idealistic meditations on aesthetics, history, and identity.
Mendoza received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2002. He has
exhibited in the US and abroad including shows at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago,
Galeria De La Raza in San Francisco, California and VU Space ‐Victoria University, in Australia. His workhas been reviewed in The Baltimore Sun and featured in Masters of Today by Peter A Russo. In 2008,Mendoza published his first book “LA CHAMBA: Drawings by Jaime Mendoza” with a generous grantfrom the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture in texas.