Historically, “blacklist” denotes a group of people marginalized and denied work or social approval. In an effort to redefine the term, these portraits of 50 African Americans reclaim the term “blacklist” to be affirming, influential and powerful.
by Kris Wilton
Published: November 25, 2008
Film led Timothy Greenfield-Sanders to portrait photography; now he’s bringing his photography to film.
Daily Grito » HBO’s Latino List Succeeds Where Others Have Failed
by Matthew Stieglitz - October 18, 2011
Fantastic new album from Lou Reed and Metallica... Lulu
Demetrio Paparoni and Gianni Mercurio's brilliant show in Valencia, Spain includes Timothy's portrait "John Jones".
Read more about the show here...
Surreal versus Surrealism in Contemporary Art
Curated by Gianni Mercurio & Demetrio Paparoni IVAM, Valencia, 29th September – 11th December 2011
LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ, Associated Press
MIAMI – Some leading Hispanic actors on mainstream TV include Sofia Vergara's wacky trophy wife on Modern Family; the conniving Eva Longoria of Desperate Housewives; and supporting actors such as Adam Rodriguez who plays a fingerprint and underwater recovery expert on CSI Miami.
After that, the list thins considerably.
Timothy latest film, The Latino List, which he produced and directed, is currently on HBO.
His portraits, taken in conjunction with the documentary, are on view at the Brooklyn Museum. The 25 large-scale photographs, ranging from Pitbull to Sonia Sotomayor, will be hanging at the Brooklyn Museum through December 14, 2011. The prints are Epson digital prints from drum scans of his original 8x10 color negatives.
"Face to Face", An exhibition of portraits by Lucien Freud, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Elizabeth Peyton, Chuck Close, and Sherrie Levine opens in early June at Hiram Butler Gallery.
Houston Press, Arts
"Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: Injured Soldiers and Marines"