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But where Cunningham’s strategy was to blend in with the crowds, Mendes’s is to stand out. (Ortiz runs his Facebook page, but it contains few of Mendes’s own photos.) He has exhibited his work only once, in 1995, in Harlem, where he lived for many years before moving into subsidized housing in midtown.
His supervisor at that job, who was white, didn’t like it when he bought a new car with his savings.
Walking across Fourteenth Street, he ran into a gray-haired street photographer in a red baseball cap. The two made plans to meet up at the upcoming Veterans Day Parade. The photographer tucked Mendes's portrait of him into his pocket as he rushed to the subway.