Introduction
Jaralambos Enrique Metinides Tsironides (born February 12, 1934 in Mexico City) is a Mexican photographer. He began working with photography as a child when his father gave him a camera. Soon he began taking photos imitating popular action movies and car crashes near his father’s restaurant. He published his first photo in a newspaper when he was twelve and at age thirteen, became an unpaid assistant at La Prensa. His career as a crime photographer continued until 1997 when he retired, but since then his work has gained appreciated for its own merits, being exhibited in galleries and other venues in Mexico, the United States and Europe.
Wikidata
Q719303
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Nationality
Mexican
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Name
Enrique Metinides
Ulan
500347610
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