Bobby Rogers is a visual historian, photographer and the Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Bureau, an interdisciplinary art studio that produces critical dialogue and intellectual ingenuity through robust artistic production. His work has broken barriers across various industries and has continued to garner the attention of publications across the globe. Rogers was named Minnesota Monthly’s Top Visual Artists to Watch in 2016, and City Pages named Rogers an Artist of the Year in 2017. His work seamlessly blends his passion for design and futurism with his long standing commitment of cultural exploration. His photography incorporates themes of identity, history and philosophy to tell subtle stories of beauty amidst precarity.
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Published on August 2, 2022
Crowning glory: What a Black woman's hair says about her
Among women, hairstyles are intertwined with appearance and identity. For Black women, this is particularly true. In this portrait series, several Black women describe how their styles affect their experiences in the workplace.