ANDREW ROGERS REVEALS 10 YEARS OF GLOBAL LAND ART

By kristin

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For the past decade, larger-than-life Australian artist Andrew Rogers has literally been leaving his mark on the world. From Australia to Bolivia to Iceland, in 12 countries around the globe he has created a series of 32 stone sculptures (or “geoglyphs”) that could be mistaken for ancient ruins. In his first exhibition devoted to the entire Rhythms of Life project, White Box will present Andrew Rogers: Odysseys and Sitings (1998-2008) from April 8th – May 13th. Nearly 100 large-scale aerial and satellite photographs will be on display as well as a 40-minute film that documents the artist’s mystifying undertaking. This exhibition coincides with the release of his monograph, Andrew Rogers: geoglyphs, rhythms of life.

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The Gift, 2007, Cappadocia, Turkey, 60m x 60m. Courtesy Andrew Rogers.

Don’t miss the chance to speak with the artist directly at a gallery reception on Wednesday, April 22nd from 6 – 8pm.

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