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Tao and the Photographic Image - A personal and historical inquiry

Sunday, April 28, 2024 at 2:00 pm


Coming soon to Arts on the Lake

A presentation by Artist/Prof. Bob Rogers

Tao and the Photographic Image - A personal and historical inquiry.

A presentation by Professor/Photographer - Rob Rogers.







 In this presentation photographer, professor, and author Bob Rogers will be speaking about photography.

“...Seeking the whisper of the sublime, of the spiritual and the unbidden in the ordinary has become increasingly difficult in the cacophony of contemporary life,” Rogers wrote. “And today, finding an audience capable of appreciating it in a hyper-monetized art world that overvalues celebrity and shock is like panning for the last nuggets of treasure in a washed-out gold field.”


This is a link to his website: Salon des Refuses


Bob Rogers' interest in photography started at an early age and he has worked creatively in that medium since the age of twelve. Over the years, he has worked as a photographer and has written about photography as well, publishing in diverse journals including, the Gazette des Beaux Arts, the College Art Association’s Art Journal, Visual Studies Workshop Afterimage and others. His work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum and Queens Museum as well as various galleries, and is represented in public and private collections including the Allan Chasanoff Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.