Andrew Rogers is a distinguished and internationally recognised contemporary artist whose practice encompasses sculpture and large scale land art.
Largely known for his open-form abstract sculptures, Rogers receives many international commissions and these critically acclaimed sculptures are in numerous private and prominent public collections around the world.
Notably, Rogers has also undertaken the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world titled ‘Rhythms of Life’. This project is compromised of 51 major stone structures (geoglyphs) and has involved more than 7,500 people in 16 countries across all seven continents over 16 years. It acts as a connected set of drawings on the earth which encircle the globe and are visible from space, being the first land art project to be documented by satellite.
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