January 9 – March 28, 2021


Kristina Rogers (1945–2011) believed all photographs were memento mori — traces and reminders of things already lost. Studying art in London in the early 1960s, she fell under the spell of 19th-century Romanticism and leaned into its poetic sense of the macabre throughout her career. Rogers went on to build complex photographic images, visiting museums and incorporating great works of art into her dreamily layered images for decades.