November 1, 2019
Jill Rowbotham writes for The Australian, “Andrew Rogers has left what amounts to an indelible mark in the world – the renowned Melbourne sculptor’s 51 Rhythms of Life stone structures are on all seven continents. Now his gift of works valued at $3.7m to Deakin University will do the same across its campuses and galleries, and inspire generations of students.”
“Rogers’s 88 works, together with large-format photographs of the Rhythms of Life land art, covering 32 years of his career, comprise the highest-value single donation the university has received to a collection that now numbers 2,300 pieces.”
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