Museum of Brisbane

Annie Hogan

  • 04 Apr 2008 — 06 Jul 2008
  • Exhibition now closed

This ten-year survey of photographic works by US-based, Australian photographer Annie Hogan considered the way public and private spaces shape the way we think and behave.

Annie Hogan

Photographing only vacant spaces and capturing the light within, her images display how even after the residents are long departed the aura of their presence and history still lingers.

From the care-worn interiors of pre-war Queensland houses to the isolated and sinister jail cells she has photographed in the US, Annie’s work has an evocative and ghost-like quality, suggestive of how things can be both beautiful and terrible at the same time.