Andrew Rogers (b.1947, Australian) is an internationally renowned contemporary sculptor as well as a pioneer of earth art.
Rogers's land art series "Rhythms of Life" is the world's largest sculpture chain, distributed in different coordinates on the earth, forming a series of stone sculptures or performance art, communicates more intuitively the close external relationship between human and the natural environment. His sculptures are spread all over the world, changing the spaces of many squares and buildings with creativity. The exploration in Rogers' public art gradually turns into a spiral fluid sculptural form in the communication of artistic language, thus highlighting the complementary relationship between self-concept and group consciousness of human.
Recent solo exhibitions include Collateral Exhibition to the 57th Venice Biennale,European Cultural Centre, Venice, Italy, 2017; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, 2017; Mossgreen Gallery, Victoria, Australia, 2017; "Geoglyphs - the land art projects of Andrew Rogers", Geelong Gallery, Geelong, Australia, 2015; "Andrew Rogers A Retrospective - Maquettes 1996-2015", McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Victoria, Australia, 2015; "Come to the Edge", Mossgreen Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, 2015; "Individuals", Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, New York, USA, 2013 and etc. His works are collected by many important institutions worldwide such as Google Headquarters (USA), Akureyri Museum (Iceland). Ronald S. Lauder Foundation (USA), Nevada Museum of Art (USA), The Israel Museum (Israel), Warner Village Cinemas (UK), World Square (Australia), University of New South Wales (Australia) and others.