Tim Hailand (American, born Buffalo 1965) currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He is a photo-based artist, and studied at Parson School of Design in New York.
Most recently he has received recognition for his "toile de Jouy" portrait work, as well as a collaboration with noted architect Pete Marino consisting of a permanent photo on toile room installation for the Dior flagship store in Tokyo Omotasando. He created and published a series of "One Day in the Life of" photo books, with subjects ranging from Marina Abramovic, Robert Wilson, and Rufus Wainwright, to actor Daniel Radcliffe. He has been awarded residencies at Robert Rauschenberg Studio, Captiva Island, Claude Monet Giverny/Versailles Studio Residency, Giverny, as well as at the World Views Studio Program, World Trade Center, New York. He has had solo shows with both CRG and Steven Kasher Gallery New York, Rhona Hoffman Gallery Chicago, Baldwin Gallery Aspen, Arthur Roger Gallery New Orleans, Maloney Fine Art Los Angeles, Claudia Gian Ferrari Milan, and Untitled Projects Berlin. His work is held in the permanent collections of The Guggenheim Museum, The Norton Museum of Art, MoMA archives New York, The Progressive Collection Cleveland. His work is exhibited, published, and collected internationally.