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Published: March 12, 2021

UT To Host The Boomer List Exhibition, in Partnership With Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, March 26 To April 16

The Scarfone/Hartley Gallery at The University of Tampa is proud to partner with the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) to display The Boomer List: Photographs Taken by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.

Scarfone/Hartley Gallery
The gallery is located on campus at the R. K. Bailey Art Studios at 310 N. Blvd. The gallery hours for this exhibition are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. There is no charge for admission.

This exhibition features photographs of 19 famous baby boomers, one selected for each year from 1946–1964. Greenfield-Sanders created The Boomer List after the last baby boomer turned 50. The list includes those who have inspired, diversified and defined this generation.

Baby boomers have had a profound impact on the world, shaking up attitudes about sex, race and politics, as well as leaving their mark on everything from science and technology to art and music. The 19 men and women selected for The Boomer List are: 

1946:

Tim O’Brien, Vietnam veteran/author

1956:

Kim Cattrall, actress

1947:

Deepak Chopra, doctor and New Age guru

1957:

Virginia Rometty, CEO, IBM

1948:

Samuel L. Jackson, actor

1958:

Ellen Ochoa, Director, Johnson Space Center

1949:

Billy Joel, singer/songwriter

1959:

Ronnie Lott, athlete

1950:

Steve Wozniak, co-founder, Apple Computer

1960:

Erin Brockovich, environmentalist

1951:

Tommy Hilfiger, fashion designer

1961:

Peter Staley, AIDS activist

1952:

Amy Tan, author

1962:

Rosie O’Donnell, entertainer

1953:

Eve Ensler, playwright

1963:

David LaChapelle, artist

1954:

Julieanna Richardson, founder, The HistoryMakers

1964:

John Leguizamo, actor

1955:

Maria Shriver, journalist

 

 

The gallery is located on campus at the R. K. Bailey Art Studios at 310 N. Blvd. The gallery hours for this exhibition are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. There is no charge for admission.

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders is a Grammy-winning and Emmy-nominated film director, as well as a photographer who has achieved critical acclaim photographing world leaders and major cultural figures. His photographs are in numerous museum collections including the Museum of Modern Art, The National Portrait Gallery, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houson and The Brooklyn Museum. One of his recent films is Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2019, played in theaters worldwide, won the NAACP Image Award in 2020 and was nominated for three Emmy Awards. The film is currently on Hulu and PBS’ American Masters. For more information about Greenfield-Sanders, please visit greenfield-sanders.com.

For more information about the exhibition, please contact Jocelyn Boigenzahn, director of the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, at jboigenzahn@ut.edu or (813) 253- 6217.


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