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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.

 

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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.

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New York Times

Artist Kiki Smith, Martin Kline (error in paper) and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders at premiere of "Dancing Across Borders"
Photo by Bill Cunningham.

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The Black List Debuts on HBO

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February 8, at 8:30 PM EST. Premiere of "The Black List: Volume 3"

 

Broad Appeal

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Richard Johnson
with Emily Smith,
Stephanie Smith and Neel Shah

Broad appeal
January 31, 2010

Broad Appeal

Page Six
Richard Johnson
with Emily Smith,
Stephanie Smith and Neel Shah

Broad appeal
January 31, 2010

Still Super

In the art and fashion worlds, many a project begins with a fabulous party. In the case of “Supermodels of the ’70s and ’80s,” the photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’s new exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea, it was a party thrown by the hairstylist Harry King. “The room was full of all these fabulous women,” the photographer says, “and it seemed an obvious opportunity.”

The Black List Debuts on HBO

BLACK POWER: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Elvis Mitchell look pretty prescient right now.

When the two men conceived of “The Black List: Volume One,” Barack Obama hadn’t yet declared his intention to run for president. By the time the film debuted on HBO last August, Obama’s campaign was well under way.

Now, “The Black List: Volume Two” is premiering on HBO tonight, and the concept of a film celebrating the African-American experience takes on new currency.

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Lens Crafter

LENS CRAFTER: Photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders almost skipped the September Seventies and Eighties fashion reunion hosted by his friend, British hairstylist Harry King. But it was there that Greenfield-Sanders found the idea for his next project. As soon as Greenfield-Sanders saw the era’s top models chatting each other up with their progeny, he thought, “This screams Vanity Fair group portrait.

Beverly Johnson, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Cheryl Tiegs

Creating Yet Another Beautiful "Black List".

By Omar P.L. Moore

PopcornReel.com

Thursday, February 4, 2010

"I looked at the time and I knew: 7:30 - this guy wasn't going to get up that early." 

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, who is on the telephone from New York, has just said this to an interviewer situated on the west coast.  His prediction came true. 

Whoopi Goldberg is one of several personalities appearing in "The Black List Vol. 3", directed by Timothy 
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