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Timothy Hursley was born in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, where he apprenticed in architectural photography with Hungarian photographer Balthazar Korab beginning in 1972. His apprenticeship continued until he moved to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1980, where he started his own studio, The Arkansas Office.


From 1982 to 1987, Hursley made architectural photographs in New York of Andy Warhol’s last Factory on Madison Avenue at 34th Street. Eleven of Hursley's Factory photographs were published in Andy Warhol "Giant" Size (Phaidon Press, 2006).


In addition, from 1985-1990, Hursley photographed legal brothels in Nevada. Hursley revisited the Nevada brothels in 2001, publishing his photography in Brothels of Nevada: Candid Views of America’s Legal Sex Industry (Princeton Architectural Press, 2003).


Since 1994, Tim has worked on a third major project photographing artist-architect Samuel Mockbee’s Rural Studio at Auburn University. This has resulted in three books: Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an Architecture of Decency (Princeton Architectural Press, 2002), Proceed and Be Bold (Princeton Architectural Press, 2005) and Rural Studio at Twenty (Princeton Architectural Press, 2014).


Timothy Hursley in Scenic Views Magazine
Garvey│Simon opens an Artsy-exclusive exhibition curated by Louisa N. Pancoast Art Daily
Bodies and Buildings: The Dwellings of Dance Catalog
Exhibition explores pleasure and gratification Playtime featured in ArtDaily
Photographer Timothy Hursley shoots the lurid back room scenes of America
JACK BALDERRAMA MORLEY for The Architect's Newspaper
The Business of Dying
The Photographers Who Captured the Misfits, Drag Queens, and Starlets of Warhol’s Factory
What Do Andy Warhol, Crystal Bridges And Southern Funeral Homes Have in Common? One Man: Tim Hursley
NYC Gallery Scene – Highlights Through January 7, 2018
Garvey/Simon opens a group exhibition curated by Joseph A. Gross
Inward/Outward in Wall Street International
Final Week to Catch "Timothy Hursley: Tainted Lens" in New York Sara Johnson
A Photographer Captures the Sumptuous Loneliness of American Subcultures Melissa Stern
12 May 2017
Tim Hursley's Architectural Eye Cedar Pasori
18 May 2017
Timothy Hursley at Garvey|Simon John Hill, Daily Dose of Architecture
10 May 2017
Photographer Timothy Hursley captures neglected corners of America in new exhibit
24 May 2017
Timothy Hursley: Tainted Lens on Artsy
2 May 2017
Prize-winning photos Eric E. Harrision
28 Apr. 2017
Rural Studio at Twenty
Rural Studio at Twenty Andrew Freear, Elena Barthel, Andrea Oppenheimer Dean, Timothy Hursley
Brothels of Nevada Alexa Albert and Timothy Hursley
ArchDaily: Timothy Hursley
Timothy Hursley Artist's website
The two heads of Hursley: Delta winner Leslie Newell Peacock
Timothy Hursley's work for Architectural Digest
Timothy Hursley in Dwell Magazine
Timothy Hursley on Architizer
Hursley, Timothy (1955-) Encyclopedia of Arkansas Culture
LEAVINGS: The After Images Wall Street International
26 Jan. 2017
LEAVINGS: The After Images Artsy Editorial
4 Jan. 2017
Timothy Hursley on Artsy
Timothy Hursley on 1stdibs