The Biggest Celebrities
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Tackles Large Format Photography
by Lorraine A. DarConte
1 of a 4 Part Series
During intermission Monday night at Edward Albee's sold-out play, "Peter and Jerry", photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders was chatting with artist Malcolm Morley. Up the stairs walked "Sweeney Todd" composer Stephen Sondheim and Albee. As Greenfield-Sanders made the introductions, Morley turned to Albee and said, "What do you think of the play?" Laughter, end of scene.
November 25, 2010
A Day at Dia What: The Dia:Beacon’s spring benefit, which included a performance by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Where: About an hour and 15 minutes outside Manhattan in Beacon, New York.
March 17, 2010
By Radka Slovackova
What do Whoopi Goldberg, Serena Williams and Chris Rock have in common?
They are all black, famous and enormously talented.
January 15- Feb 15, 2011
"Injured Soldiers and Marines" is on view now at
Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery in Houston, TX
4520 Blossom Street, Houston, TX 77007
A selection of portraits is on view in Torino, Italy at Novalis Contemporary Art Gallery. Images include Orson Welles, Jil Sanders, Francesco Clemente, Tawny Roberts, and a giant print of The Blues, shot at Radio City.
All photographers have their own way of bringing out the best (and sometimes the worst) of whomever they are attempting to capture in time. In the case of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, whose studio is located in his cozily imposing home (a neo-gothic, former German Roman Catholic rectory in New York City), it has always been to make the subject feel at ease. Facades are lifted. Trust is estab- lished. Friendships are either forged or reinforced. Synergy is created.