Media Reviews 1984-1988

Andrew Hogarth is a Sydney-based, Scottish-born photographer storyteller who has photographed the Great Plains of the United States of America for more than thirty-two years.  He is the author of six books on the Indigenous people, culture and historical events of that region and his record of engagement and friendship brings a perspective that is without peer. He was one of just fourteen people chosen internationally for an Exhibits USA 2000 three-year travelling exhibition, which debuted at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, and featured in the opening of the new Warm Springs Indian Reservation Museum in Oregon.