Assistant Professor in Photography
Annie Hogan’s work explores built space, history and the body. Her most recent images focus on the “Southern Plantation” and landscape as site and subject. Her color mural images explore the tensions between the historic “big house” and slave cabin and draw attention to the complex nature of their asymmetrical but symbiotic relationship. Hogan has exhibited nationally and internationally in venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, the Museum of Brisbane, the Cameron Art Museum and the DuSable Museum in Chicago. Her work is held in public collections in Australia and the US. Hogan is the recipient of a Samstag Scholarship, and an Australia Council for the Arts grant. Prior to teaching at Rutgers, Hogan was head of the photography area at East Carolina University and taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.