From the Associated Press:
An exhibit opening at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston on Aug. 3 will look at the black experience in America.
"The Black List Project" is a collaboration between New York photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and film critic Elvis Mitchell, once a critic at the Free Press. The show features large-scale portraits of 25 prominent black Americans and some excerpts from videotaped interviews. Toni Morrison, Colin Powell, Al Sharpton, Russell Simmons, Vernon Jordan and Chris Rock are some of the subjects.
Also at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, check out the African American Battlefields of the Civil War: Contemporary Photography by William Earle Williams exhibit.
PHOTO: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Toni Morrison, 2007
Collection of the artist
© Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
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