Brett Rogers OBE (b. 1954, Australia) is the Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Prior to joining the Gallery in November 2005, Rogers worked at the British Council as Visual Arts Deputy Director and Head of Exhibitions. While there, she was responsible for establishing the policy for the photography programme alongside curating and producing stand-out exhibitions from British artists including Anish Kapoor (Venice Biennale, 1991), Damien Hirst (2004); Henry Moore (Hong Kong, 1985) and Cornelia Parker (São Paulo Biennale, 1993). A leading writer and speaker on photography, she is a regular media contributor and participates in numerous panels and conferences on photographic developments and discourse. In 2013, she was appointed a Visiting Fellow at University of the Arts, London in recognition of her key role in developing the photographic medium. Rogers was awarded her OBE for services to arts and media in the Birthday 2014 Honours List.
Brett Rogers OBE
Director of The Photographers’ Gallery