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Robert Bergman

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  Every now and then, the art world offers up an unlikely story, and Robert Bergman's is one of them. He was born in New Orleans and raised mostly in Minneapolis. He began taking and developing snapshots at age 6, and save for a few teenage years he has strived to be a great photographer-artist ever since. But he has remained an out-of-step one, isolated from contemporary tastes, a cult figure to the few who have seen his work in person or in a 1998 book. The 65-year-old photographer went his own way over the past four decades, never selling a... Read More

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A Kind of Rapture

Written by Robert Bergman


Format: Hardcover, 120 pages
Publisher: Pantheon
On Sale: November 3, 1998
Price: $45.00

For more than 10 years, Robert Bergman traveled by car with two friends, for months at a time, throughout the Rust Belt (Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Gary) and the East Coast, taking color pictures of everyday people who moved him profoundly. A Kind of Rapture brings together the first selection from Bergman’s... Read more >
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