Escaping the glare and heat that pounded the concrete separating the downtown Miami-Dade Public Library from the Miami Art Museum, I cracked the MAM door, intent on sucking up some sweet air conditioning. As soon as I'd caught my breath, I noticed a sign announcing that Timothy Greenfield-Sanders had delivered a big stash of his famous photographic portraits to the museum for a major show. It was the first I'd heard about it, so the news made me smile -- like unexpectedly bumping into an old friend. Tim had been a New York neighbor of mine for ten years,... More >>>