Born in Australia. Lives and works in London. Brett Rogers is the Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, London, the first publicly funded gallery dedicated solely to photography in the UK. Founded in 1971, it established early on a reputation for its independent approach for curating and its promotion of photography in all its myriad forms. In its recently reopened space near Oxford Circus, it continues to be recognised internationally as an innovator within the field of photography and the wider image economy. Before joining the Gallery in 2006, Brett was Deputy Director of Visual Arts at The British Council where she was responsible for establishing the British Council's Photography Collection and curating an ambitious programme of international touring exhibitions on British photography.
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