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After Andy

After Andy "After Andy: Soho in the Eighties" Published: Schwartz City, Melbourne October 1996 Text by Paul Taylor Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Introduction by Allan Schwartzman Buy the book at Barnes & Noble

2018-02-12T00:06:59+00:00

ArtWorld

Art World Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Art World Art World is a limited edition book, published in 1999 by Fotofolio in New York. The book includes 700 black and white portraits of artists, art critics, art curators, art dealers and art collectors taken over a 20 year period. The images in this book are all in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Wayne Koestenbaum, Robert Pincus-Witten, and Mark Strand wrote essays for ArtWorld. ArtWorld includes over 425 artists, from the 1950's abstract expressionists to late 1990's emerging talents. Subjects include Willem & Elaine deKooning, Joop Sanders, Milton Resnick, Lee Krasner, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Chuck Close, Agnes Martin, Francesco Clemente, Julian Schnabel, Barbara Kruger, Peter Halley, Phillip Taaffe, Mike and Doug Starn, Annette Lemieux, Jenny Holzer, and Mimmo Paladino just to name a few. The more than 100 [...]

2018-02-12T00:36:17+00:00

The Monograph

The Monograph The Monograph Published by Alberico Cetti Serbelloni in 2001 Introduction by Francesco Clemente "Timothy Greenfield-Sanders" is the photographer's first monograph. This 240 page book, curated by Demetrio Paparoni, published and printed in Italy, includes over 350 portraits. The book is in both English and Italian. Photographs include artists and architects, scientists and politicians, writers and poets, actors and directors, stars of the worlds of rock and classical music, and sports personalities ... Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Francesco Clemente, Lou Reed, Toni Morrison, David Bowie, David Byrne, Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Vaclav Havel, Steven Spielberg, Mohammed Ali, and Monica Lewinsky to name a few. Greenfield-Sanders' signature work comes from both the super-large format 20x24 Polaroid camera and his own antique 11x14 view camera

2017-12-06T16:30:04+00:00

XXX: 30 Porn Star Portraits

XXX: 30 Porn Star Portraits XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits Published by Bulfinch in 2004 Introduction by Gore Vidal Buy the book at Barnes & Noble Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' book XXX features paired portraits (one clothed and one nude) of the top stars in pornographic film. A cross section of straight and gay men and women is represented, from porn legends to rising stars. Featuring: Sunrise Adams, Briana Banks, Belladonna, Seymour Butts, Christy Canyon, Chloe, Nina Hartley, Chad Hunt, Heather Hunter, Jenna Jameson, Jesse Jane, Janine, Ron Jeremy, Jeremy Jordan, Jason Hawke, Kira Kener, Reina Leone, Michael Lucas, Gina Lynn, Ginger Lynn, Mari Possa, Sean Michaels, Sharon Mitchell, Peter North, Tera Patrick, Lukas Ridgeston, Tawny Roberts, Savanna Samson, Aiden Shaw, Lexington Steele, and May Ling Su. The book also includes 15 short essays on the intersection of pornography and culture by a wide range of distinguished writers. Writers: Francine [...]

2017-12-06T16:26:22+00:00

Face To Face

Face To Face FACE TO FACE Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Selected Portraits 1977-2005 Published by Skira in 2005 Edited by Demetrio Paparoni and Gianni Mercurio Barnes and Nobles.com. FACE TO FACE is a selection of 215 portraits taken by Greenfield-Sanders over the last 28 years. The new book includes a wide range of artists, actors, architects, film directors, musicians and porn stars, from Willem de Kooning, John Malkovich, Zaha Hadid, Martin Scorcese, Lou Reed and Briana Banks to name a few. "Face To Face" highlights the diversity of subjects who have sat, over the years, in front of Timothy's large format view camera. With an introduction by famed Italian artist Mimmo Paladino, "Face To Face" also includes four remarkable essays. Demetrio Paparoni examines Greenfield-Sanders' work from a European perspective. Gianni Mercurio updates the reader with an insightful take on TG-S' new XXX series. Italian national treasure, writer Fernanda Pivano, [...]

2017-12-06T16:22:59+00:00

Look

Look Look: Portraits Backstage at Olympus Fashion Week. Published by powerHouse Press, 2006 Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Essays from: newscaster Katie Couric, actor Alec Baldwin, designers Zac Posen and Heatherette, PEOPLE Group editor Martha Nelson, pop culture columnist Simon Dumenco, IMG Fashion Vice President and NY Fashion Week originator Fern Mallis, dandy Patrick McDonald, and socialite Tinsley Mortimer. LOOK: PORTRAITS BACKSTAGE AT OLYMPUS FASHION WEEK. Proceeds from sales to benefit EIF's National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance. LOOK features exclusive portraits of the many boldface names who come together under the tents in Bryant Park each season for New York's biannual Olympus Fashion Week. Designers, models, journalists, industry insiders, and front-row celebrities are among the A-listers who appear in Look. All portraits were shot backstage at Bryant Park during three Olympus Fashion Week seasons - February 05, September 05, and February 06. Over the course of these three [...]

2017-12-06T16:19:28+00:00

The Black List

The Black List Published by Atria Press, 2008, 200 pages Introduction by Elvis Mitchell, Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders In The Black List, twenty-five prominent African-Americans of various professions, disciplines and backgrounds offer their own stories and insights on the struggles, triumphs, and joys of black life in America and, in the process, re-define “black list” for a new century. As seen in original portraits by renowned photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and in a series of incisive interviews conducted by award-winning journalist, critic, academic, and radio host Elvis Mitchell, this group exemplifies today’s most accomplished, determined African-Americans, whose lives and careers form a trail of inspiration and example for people of all races. Spanning the arts, sports, politics, and business, the diverse accomplishments and lives of these remarkable individuals create a kaleidoscope of ideas and experiences and provide the framework for a singular conversation about the influence of African-Americans [...]

2017-12-06T16:15:11+00:00

Latino List

The Latino List The Latino List Published by LCP, San Diego, CA. 2011, 208 Pages Introduction by Maria Hinojosa, Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The Latino List explores what it means to be Latino in the United States. The twenty-five individuals featured here represent only a fraction of all the Latinos who have contributed to the fabric of this country. These individuals come from a variety of backgrounds, disciplines and professions. They offer their own stories, personal histories and insights on the challenges, triumphs and joys of the Latino movement in the United States. They exemplify some of today’s most accomplished, determined Latinos whose lives and legacies form a trail of inspiration and example for people of all races and ethnicities

2017-12-06T16:10:41+00:00

The Black List 50

The Black List 50 The Black List: Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Published by LCP, San Diego, CA. 2011, 110 Pages Introduction by Martin Sullivan, Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders On display in the National Portrait Gallery is a remarkable nineteenth-century painting by Christian Schussele called Men of Progress. Completed in 1862, it depicts nineteen inventors and scientists who had much to do with America’s triumphs during the Industrial Revolution. As the title suggests, all the sitters are indeed male, and not surprisingly for that era, all are white. Many of their names remain familiar today: Cyrus McCormick (the mechanical reaper), Samuel Colt (the revolver), Elias Howe (the sewing machine). In a fictitious setting, the artist has portrayed them clustered around the painter/inventor Samuel F. B. Morse, who is seated with his telegraph machine. They are an impressive group. You might call them their era’s White List. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’s [...]

2017-12-06T16:06:29+00:00

The Out List

The Out List The coffee table book companion to the HBO documentary by acclaimed photographer & filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders A diverse cross-section of Americans share personal and professional stories, both heart-wrenching and triumphant, of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer experience in The Out List. Through this series of intimate interviews, LGBT personalities both known and unknown bring color and depth to their experiences of sexuality, gender expression, and identity. With wit and wisdom, this set of trailblazing individuals weaves universal themes of love, loss, trial, and triumph into the determined struggle for full equality. Activist and actor, politician and provocateur, drag queen, and athlete all share personal stories that set them apart and tie them together, revealing a poignant, familiar journey to find themselves and secure a place in modern society. The subjects in The Out List are celebrated not just for being "out" and visible in their own [...]

2018-02-11T23:57:56+00:00

The Ninth Street Show

The Ninth Street Show The Ninth Street Show. Published by Lumiere Press, Toronto, Canada. Hand Printed by Michael Torosian. Text by Robert Pincus-Witten. Limited edition, hand-made book of 150 copies. This book was published in 1987 in celebration of 35th anniversary of Leo Castelli's gallery

2017-12-06T17:43:47+00:00

The Last Decade

The Last Decade The Last Decade American Artists of the 80's Curated by Collins & Milazzo Essays by Robert Pincus-Witten and Collins and Milazzo Photographic Portraits of the Artists by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders September 15- October 27, 1990 Tony Shafrazi Gallery 130 Prince Street New York, NY 10002

2017-12-06T17:41:43+00:00

American Art of the 80’s

American Art of the 80's American Art of the 80's Electra Curated by Gabriella Belli and Jerry Saltz Trento, Palazzo dele Albere December 18, 1991 - March 1, 1992 Museo d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto

2017-12-06T17:35:46+00:00

Selected Portraits 1985-1995

Selected Portraits 1985-1995 "Timothy Greenfield-Sanders" Selected Portraits 1985-1995 Essay by Peter Halley January 19 -February 25, 1996 Kunst-Station Sankt Peter, Koln

2017-12-06T17:33:30+00:00

Greenfield-Sanders 2000

Greenfield-Sanders 2000 Timothy Greenfield-Sanders 2000 Published by Emilio Mazzoli Gallery in Modena, Italy Text by Achille Bonito Oliva. The book includes 40 portraits of artists, art dealers, collectors, curators and critics including Carlo Benvenuto, Ross Bleckner, Herbert Brandl, Mariuccia Casadio, Sandro Chia, Francesco Clemente, Diego Cortez, Danilo Eccher, Franco Fontana, Alessandro Grassi, Alex Katz, Annette Lemieux, Robert Longo, Marisa and Ettore Magnanini, Achille Maramotti, Malcolm Morley, Rosella and Carlo Nesi, Luca Pancrazzi, Emilio Prini, Cristina and Luca Tassi, Franco Vaccari and Wainer Vaccari. Buy the book at Barnes & Noble

2018-02-11T23:25:42+00:00

Movie Stars

Movie Stars Movie Stars Ritratti (Work) by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders This is the Skira catalogue of Timothy's show in Rome at the Museo Carlo Bilotti. 96 Pages with 50 portraits. Essays in the catalogue are by: Darren Aronofsky & Rachel Weisz Alec Baldwin Gianni Mercurio Demetrio Paparoni Robert Rosenblum Introductions by: Silvio Di Francia Walter Veltroni

2017-12-06T17:29:57+00:00

Dancers On A Plane

Dancers On  A Plane Dancers on a Plane: John Cage, Merce Cunningham and Jasper Johns with Susan Sontag, Richard Francis, Mark Rosenthal, Anne Seymour, David Sylvester, and David Vaughan Thames and Hudson with Anthony d'Offay Gallery London

2017-12-06T17:26:31+00:00

The Latino List: Volume 2

The Latino List: Volume 2 Click here to Buy this Film The Latino List: Volume 2 continues the series with: Henry Cisneros, Cesar Conde, Victor Cruz, Ralph de La Vega, Giselle Fernandez, Nely Galan, Dolores Huerta, George Lopez, Janet Murguia, Soledad O’Brien, Judy Reyes, Jon Seda, Christy Turlington Burns, and Raul Yzaguirre. Matthew Stieglitz of The Daily Grito writes about the series: “Although each of the interviewees had common denominators of family solidarity and humility, the significance of the Latino List went beyond telling a story of Latino commonalities. It was about an adequate portrayal of Latinos, something that Hollywood and the media just haven’t been able to get right. It was about how the cumulative causation of Latino success rests in what many would call the American dream: a generation comes to this country, works from the bottom up, and if they don’t reap the rewards [...]

2017-12-07T19:35:10+00:00