The challenge is always to use materials in a new and different way, and make them convey meaning and portray form in a manner that has not previously been seen.


Andrew Rogers, Sculptor

Andrew is an internationally recognized artist. He exhibits internationally and his critically acclaimed sculptures and photographs are in numerous private and prominent public collections in Australia and around the world. He receives many international commissions and has created “Rhythms of Life”, the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world, forming a chain of 51 massive stone structures, or Geoglyphs, spanning the globe. The project has involved over 7,500 people in 16 countries across seven continents.

Solo exhibitions and display

2018 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia: Andrew Rogers Maquettes and Sculptures 1996-2016
2017 European Cultural Centre, Collateral Exhibition to the 57th Venice Biennale, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy: We Are
2017 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia: We Are
2017 Mossgreen, Armadale, Victoria, Australia: We Are
2015 Geelong Gallery, Geelong, Australia: Geoglyphs – the land art projects of Andrew Rogers
2015 McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Langwarrin, Australia: Andrew Rogers A Retrospective – Maquettes 1996-2015
2015 Mossgreen Gallery, Melbourne, Australia:  Come to the Edge
2013 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, City of New York, USA: Individuals
2013 Proje4L Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey: A Winding Path A Search for Truth
2013 Proje4L Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey: Time and Space – Rhythms of Life
2012 Mossgreen Gallery, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia: Molten Concepts
2012 Wriston Art Galleries, Lawrence University, Wisconsin, USA: Andrew Rogers: Rhythms of Life
2012 Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA: Rhythms of Life
2012 Aidekman Arts Center, Tufts University Art Gallery, Massachusetts, USA: Global Land Art: Projects by Andrew Rogers
2012 hammer gallery, Zurich, Switzerland: Rhythms of Life
2012 Nevada Museum of Art, Nevada, USA: Andrew Rogers Contemporary Geoglyphs
2011 Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey: Andrew Rogers: Time and Space
2011 Momentum, Berlin, Germany: Time and Space: Drawing on the Earth
2011 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, USA: Time and Space
2009 White Box Gallery, New York, USA: Andrew Rogers: Odysseys and Sitings (1998-2008)
2008 William Mora Galleries, Richmond, Australia: Weightless
2007 Propad, Slovakia: Rhythms of Life I-VII
2007 William Mora Galleries, Richmond, Victoria, Australia
2007 Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland: Rhythms of Life I-VII
2007 James Gray Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
2005 Arts Centre of Victoria, Australia:  ‘Rhythms of Life’
2004  Grounds for Sculpture, International Sculpture Park, New Jersey, U.S.A.: ‘Rhythms of Life’
2004 Gomboc Sculpture Park, W.A. Australia
2003 Deakin University , Survey Exhibition, Victoria, Australia: Rhythms of Life
2002 Auronzo di Cadore, Italy
2002 Le Venezie, Treviso, Italy
2002 Mudima Foundation, Milan, Italy:  Rhythms of Life II
1999 Boritzer Gray Hamano, Santa Monica, California, USA Rhythms of Life
1998 Embassy of Australia, Washington, United States of America, ‘Rhythms of Life
1997 Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, Victoria, Australia, ‘Rhythms of Life’
1994 Meridian Gallery, Victoria, Australia, ‘Of Freedom & Will’
1993 Meridian Gallery, Victoria, Australia, ‘Mankind in the gesture of an Individual’

Selected group exhibitions

2018 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2018 The Wynne Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, NSW, Australia
2017 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2017 Sculpture by the Sea, Barangaroo, Sydney, NSW Australia
2017 Mossgreen Gallery, Armadale, Victoria, Australia
2016 Sculpture By the Sea, Sculpture Inside, Cottesloe, WA, Australia
2015 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2015 Gasworks, Victoria, Australia: From Nature
2014 Sculpture By the Sea, Sculpture Inside, Cottesloe, WA, Australia
2014 Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Victoria, Australia
2013 Art Miami, Florida, USA
2013 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2013 Sydney Contemporary, Sydney, Australia
2013 Pulse Art Fair, New York City, USA
2013 Art Stage Singapore, Singapore
2012 Scope Basel, Switzerland
2012 The Wynne Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
2011 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2011 Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus, Denmark
2011 The Sculpture Foundation and the City of West Hollywood, California USA: Elemental
2011 Scope Basel, Switzerland
2011 Rassegna Internazionale di Scultura di Roma
2010 Art Basel, Miami, USA
2010 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2010 Scope Basel, Switzerland
2010 Art Karlsruhe, Germany
2009 Yeshiva University Museum, New York, USA: In the Beginning: Artists Respond to Genesis
2009 Sarasota Season of Sculpture, Florida, USA
2008 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2007 Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe, WA, Australia
2007 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2007 Corniche International Art Fair, Venice, Italy
2006 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2006 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2005 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2004 Soho Gallery, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2004 Geelong Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia
2003 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2003 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2002 Art Singapore – Contemporary Asian Art, Singapore
2002 Soho Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2001 Sofa, Chicago, USA
1998 Grounds for Sculpture, New Jersey, USA
1998 Latrobe University, Victoria, Australia.
1997 Sculpture at Heidelberg Medical Centre, Victoria, Australia
1994 4th Australian Contemporary Art Fair

Awards (FINALIST)

2018 Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, NSW, Australia
2014 McClelland Contemporary Sculpture Survey & Award, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia
2012 Mt Buller Sculpture Award, Victoria, Australia
2012 Wynne Prize, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2012 McClelland Contemporary Sculpture Survey & Award, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia
2010 Commended Global, Freedom to Create
2010 Nominee, International Prix Prictet Photographic Award
2007 Contempora2, Sculpture Award at Docklands, Melbourne, Australia
2005 McClelland Contemporary Sculpture Survey & Award, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia
2004 Chicago Navy Pier Walk, USA
2004 Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Victoria, Australia
2003 McClelland Survey and Sculpture Park, Victoria, Australia

Commissions
International

United Nations Environment
Programme Ozone Secretariat,
Nairobi, Kenya
Montreal Protocol Ozone Award for
Scientific Leadership 2017

2017 Expo Future Energy
Astana, Kazakhstan
Unfurling Energy, 10.5m high (34.5’)

Gibbs Farm
Kaipara Makarau, New Zealand
Sentinels, 15m high (50′)

Manetti Shrem Museum,
University of California Davis,
California, USA
I Am, 2.2m (7’ 3”)

Hall Arts, Dallas, USA
Rhythms of Life, 2.6m (8’ 6”)

Kihei, Hawaii, USA
Motion, 1.5m (60”)

Sunset Beach, California, USA
Weightless 5, 2.85m (9’4”)

Cirque du Soleil,
Montreal, Canada 2014
Labile 3m H (9’10”)
Rhythms of Life 5m H  (19’6″)
Torn 3m H (9’10”)
Weightless 5  2.6m H (8’ 6”)

Aspen, Colorado, USA  2014
Rhythms of Life, H 2.6m (102″) 

Proje4L Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey, 2013
The Winding Path, the Search for Truth
19 tons of white Turkish quartz lifted to the museum rooftop by crane
18m diameter (59′)

Linzhou, Henan Province, China, 20 September 2012
Fire & Understanding
Dragon
4,000 people
Taihang Great Valley

Fibonacci Sequence
3,500 people
Red Flag Canal

Basel, Switzerland 2012
Winding Path, 22m x 21 m (72′ × 69′)

Borusan Holdings, Istanbul, Turkey 2009
Unfurling, 3.1m (10’)

Bank Garanti, Istanbul, Turkey 2008
Rhythms of Life, 5.5m (18’)

Bank One Tower, Fort Worth, Texas, USA 2006
Unfurling, 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Grounds for Sculpture, New Jersey, USA 2006
Flora Exemplar, 4.6m (15’ 1″)

City of Jerusalem, Israel 2005
Ratio, 4.5m x 5m (14’ 9″ × 16′ 5″)

Curitiba, Brazil 2002
Holocaust Memorial

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel 2002
Rhythms of the Metropolis, 6m (19’ 8″)

Hall Park Frisco, Texas, USA 2001
Rhythms of the Metropolis, 6m (19’ 8″)
Flora Exemplar, 2.2m (7’ 3”)
Growing, 4m (13’ 2”)
Leading 2, 2.2m (7’ 3”)
Evolving, 2.4m (7’ 10”)
Macrocosm, 3m (9’10”)
Observe, 3m (9’ 10”)
Living, 4m (13’ 2”)
Balanced, 4m (13’ 2”)
Ripening, 4m (13’ 2”)
Propagating, 4m (13’ 2”)
Coil 1, 3m (9’ 10”)
Rhythms of Life, 2.6m (8’ 6”)
Growth, 4m (13’ 2”)
Organic, 4m (13’ 2”)
Breaking Out, 3m (9’ 10”)

Harwood Center, Dallas, Texas, USA
Running Man, 1.5m (4’ 11”)
Transitory

Hall Vineyard Inc., California, USA
Reaching Away, 4.6m (15’)
I Dreamed, 2.6m (8’ 6”)
Flora Exemplar, 2.2m (7’ 3”)
Growing, 2.6m (8’ 6”)
Evolution, 4m (13’ 2”)
Organic, 4m (13’ 2”)
Coil 1, 3m (9’ 10”)
Spirit, 3m (9’ 10”)
Balance, 2.4m (7’ 10”)
Growth, 4m (13’ 2”)

Estate of Dr Simon Wiesenthal, Vienna, Austria
Resistance

Young Presidents’ Organization, USA 1999
Rhythms of Life

State of the World Forum, San Francisco, USA 1999
Ripple

City of Vienna, Nussdorferstrasse, Austria 1999
Presented to the City of Vienna on behalf of State of the World Forum by the United States Ambassador to Austria
Flora Exemplar

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel 1998
Artist in Residence
Transform, H 3.8m (12’6″)
Flora Exemplar

State of the World Forum, San Francisco, USA 1998
Critical Power

Land Art

Ibiza, Spain, 2014
Time and Space – The Speed of Light, 10m x 19.2m x 36m  (39’ x 63’ x 118’)

Namib Desert, Namibia 2012
Sacred Fire, 14m Diameter (46’)

Cappadocia, Turkey 2007 – 2011
Time and Space Geoglyph Park
Geoglyph Presence, 24 basalt columns 9m (30’) high
Geoglyph A Day On Earth, 31.5m x 51m x 19.5m (103′ × 167′ × 64′)
Geoglyph Listen, 14.5m (52’) tall basalt arch
Geoglyph Sentinels, 8 basalt columns, 6m (18’) high
Geoglyph Grind, 100m x 100m (328’ x 328’)
Geoglyph Strength, 100m x 50m (328’ x 165’)
Geoglyph Sustenance, 100m x 100m (328’ x 328’)
Geoglyph Siren, 65m x100m (213’ x 328’)
Geoglyph Time and Space, 24m x 16m x 5.3m (79’ x 53’ x 18’)
Geoglyph Predicting the Past, 4.2m x 1.1m x 4.7m (14’ x 3.6’ x 15.5’)
Geoglyph Yesterday Today Tomorrow, 6m (18’)
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 100m x 90m (328′ × 295′)
Geoglyph The Gift, 60m x 60m (197′ × 197′)

Green River, Utah, USA, 2010
Geoglyph Ratio, 13.5m x 13m x 2m (44′ × 42′ × 6′)

Dakshin Gangotri Glacier, Antarctica, 2010
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 60m x 60m (197′ × 197′)

Chyulu Hills, Kenya 2010
Geoglyph Shield, 100m x 70m (328′ × 230′)
Geoglyph Lions Paw, 40m x 40m(131′ × 131′)
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 69m x 69m (226′ × 226′)

Yucca Valley, California, USA 2008
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 50m x 50m (164′ × 164′)
Geoglyph Atlatl, 61m (200’)

Poprad, Slovakia 2008
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 35m x 45m (115′ × 148′)
Geoglyph Sacred, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)

Jomsom, Nepal 2008
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)
Geoglyph Labyrinth, 60m x 60m (197′ × 197′)

Pokhara, Nepal 2008
Geoglyph Knot, 60m x 60m (197′ × 197′)

Rajasthan, India 2007
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 90m x 75m (295′ × 246′)
Sculpture Ratio, 8.5m x 6.5m (28′ × 21′)

Gobi Desert, China 2006
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 200m x 200m (656’. × 656′)
Geoglyph Messenger, 150m x 150m (492′ × 492′)
Geoglyph Caveman, 150 m x 150 m (492′ × 492′)

Akureyri, Iceland 2006
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)
Geoglyph Rune, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)
Geoglyph Eagle, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)

Kurunegala, Sri Lanka 2005
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 60m x 60m (95′ × 197′)
Geoglyph Pride, 60m x 60m (197′ × 197′)
Sculpture Ratio, 6.5m x 6.5m (21’ 4″)

Bolivia, 2005
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)
Geoglyph Presence, 100m x 100m (328′ × 328′)
Geoglyph Circles, 100 m x 100 m (328′ × 328′)

Arava Desert, Israel 2004
Sculpture Ratio, 8m x 32m (262′ × 105′)

Atacama Desert, Chile 2004
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 40m x 30m (132′ × 98′)
Geoglyph The Ancients, 90m x 88m (295′ × 288′)
Geoglyph Ancient Language, 80m x 2.8m (262′ × 9′)

Arava Desert, Israel
Geoglyph Slice, 2003, 80m x 38.15m, 2003 (262′ × 125′)
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 2001, 29m x 24m, (95′ × 79′)
Geoglyph, To Life, 1999, 38m x 33m, 1999 (125′ × 108′)

Arava Regional Council, Sapir Town, Israel 1999
Geoglyph To Life, 38m x 33m (125′ × 108′)

Commissions
Australia

Flinders, Victoria 2015
I Am

Springvale Cemetery, Victoria 2013
Lodz Ghetto Memorial

Australian National Airport, Canberra, ACT, 2012
Perception & Reality 1
I Am

Mosman, Sydney, 2011
Flora Exemplar

McClelland Sculpture Park, Langwarrin 2010
Labyrinth The Winding Path, The Search for Truth
Stone and crushed rock 22 × 26m

East Melbourne, 2009
Unfurling
Folded

Bourke Street, Docklands, 2008
Unfurling x 4

South Yarra, Victoria, 2008
Flora Exemplar

Docklands, Victoria, 2008
Unfurling

Springvale, Victoria, 2006
Babi-Yar Memorial

Caulfield, Victoria, 2005
Rise, 4.6m (15’ 1″)

Holocaust Memorial, Melbourne, 2005
Tomb

Presented to the President of Israel, 2005
Mother Earth

Australia/Israel Chamber of Commerce
Award – 1997, 1998, 2004 and 2007
Commerce

World Square – George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2003
Rhythms of Life
Leading

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Friends, 2001
Torch of Learning

Village Roadshow Theatres
Presentation 1998, 1999, 2002 – Melbourne Cup, Australia
Film Director, Maquette

Presented to Prime Minister John Howard
Located at Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices,Treasury Place, Melbourne, 2000
Ascend

Springvale Cemetery, Victoria, 2000
Buchenwald Memorial

Jewish Holocaust Museum, Elsternwick, Victoria, 1999
Pillars of Witness

Australian Israel Scientific Foundation
Flora Exemplar

Land Art

Commonwealth Games 2006, Victoria
Geoglyph Bunjil, 100m x 100m (328’ x 328’)
Geoglyph Rhythms of Life, 100m x 90m (328’ x 295’)

Selected Museums, Public & Corporate Collections

International

2017 Expo Future Energy
Astana, Kazakhstan
I Am – Energy, 10.5m high (34.5’)

Gibbs Farm
Kaipara Makarau, New Zealand
Sentinels, 15m high (50′)

Manetti Shrem Museum,
University of California Davis,
California, USA
I Am, 2.2m (7’ 3”)

Kihei, Hawaii, USA
Motion, 1.5m (60”)

Hall Arts, Dallas, USA
Rhythms of Life, 2.6m (8’ 6”)

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Rhythms of Life
To Life
Slice

Google Headquarters, California, USA
Photograph

Tufts University Arts Center,
Massachusetts, USA
Photograph

Nevada Museum of Art, Nevada, USA
Archives
Rhythms of Life Land Art Project Exhibition of Photographs
106 prints

United Jewish Federation,
New York, USA
Celebration of Life

Yale University, Connecticut, USA
Photograph

Residence of the Australian Consul General
New York, USA
Rhythms of Life, H 67cm (2’ 2″)
Weightless 3, H71cm (2’ 4″)

Borusan Holdings, Istanbul, Turkey
Unfurling, 3.1m (10’)

Grounds for Sculpture, New Jersey, USA
Flora Exemplar, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)
Leading 1, H 2m (6’ 7″)
Flora Exemplar, H 4.6m (15’ )

Hall Park, Frisco, Texas, USA
Rhythms of the Metropolis, H 6m (19’ 8″)
Flora Exemplar, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)
Growing, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Leading 2, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)
Evolving, H 2.4m (7’ 10″)
Macrocosm, H 3m (9’ 10″)
Observe, H 3m (9’ 10″)
Living, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Balanced, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Ripening, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Propagating, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Coil 1, H 3m (9’ 10″)
Growth, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Organic, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Breaking Out, H 3m (9ft. 10″)
Catching Wind, 1.5m (5’)

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel
Torch of Learning
Rhythms of the Metropolis, H 6m (19’ 8″)

Technion – Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
(Artist in Residence)
Transform, H 3.8m (12’ 6″)
Flora Exemplar

Australian Consul General’s Residence, Kobe, Japan
Rhythms of the Metropolis
Sound

Sapir, Arava, Israel
Flora Exemplar, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)
To Life, H 38.5m X 33m (126′ × 10′)
Rhythms of Life, 29m x 20m (95′ × 65′)
Slice, 60m x 38m (197′ × 125′)
Ratio, 8m x 32m (26′ × 105′)

Harwood Center, Dallas, Texas, USA
Running Man, H 1.5m (4’ 11″)
Transitory

Hall Vineyard Inc., California, USA
Reaching Away, H 4.6m (15’)
I Dreamed, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)
Flora Exemplar, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)
Growing, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)
Spirit, H 3m (9’ 10″)
Evolution, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Balance, H 2.4m (7’ 10″)
Organic, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Growth, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Coil 1, H 3m (9’ 10″)

Warner Brothers Complex, Taipei, Taiwan
Film Director, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Warner Village Cinemas, Berkshire, UK
Film Director, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Hokoku Construction, Kobe, Japan
Flora Exemplar, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)

Balexert Cinemas, Switzerland
Film Director, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

City of Vienna, Nussdorferstrasse, Vienna, Austria
Flora Exemplar, H 3.1m (10’ 2″)

Presented in Vienna to Simon Wiesenthal by the
Ambassador of the United States to Vienna, Austria
for the State of the World Forum – 1999
Resistance

Machu Picchu Municipality, Peru
Rhythms of the Andes, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Golden Village, Marine Square South Multiplex, Singapore
Camera Man, H 2m (6’ 7″)

Maroussi Multiplex, Athens, Greece
Camera Man 2, H 2m (6’ 7″)

International Conference Center, Jerusalem, Israel
Rhythms of Life, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)

Curitiba, Brazil
Holocaust Memorial

Selected Museums, Public & Corporate Collections
Australia

Pt Leo Estate
Merricks, Victoria
Rise 1, 7.1m (23’ 4”)
Folded, 3.0m (9’10”)
Weightless 9, 1.5m (5’)

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria
We Are, 8 bronze sculptures abating in height from 2.4m (7’11”)
Folded, H 78cm (31″)
Living, 41cm (16.1”)

The Ian Potter Museum of Art
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria
Flora Exemplar, 65cm (25.6”)
Living, 41cm (16.1”)
Evolution, 38cm (15”)
Coiled, 100cm (39.4”)
Ode to Kairos, 87cm (34.3”)
Molten Concept 13, 68cm (27”)
Random 1, 22.6cm (9″)
I Am, triptych 65cm (26″)

Geelong Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
Balanced, 32cm (12.6”)
Growth, 40cm (15.8”)
Ripening, 39cm (15.4”)

City Recital Centre
Sydney, New South Wales
Double Bass Man, 4.3m (14’2”0
Harmony, 2m (6’10”)

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT
Growing, 68cm (26.8”)
Flora Exemplar, 65cm (25.6”)
Spirit, 64cm (25.2”)
Leading 1, 67cm (26.4”)
Catching Wind, 78cm (30.7”)
Rhythms of the Metropolis, 67cm (26.4”)
Mother Earth 1, 42cm (16.5”)
Coil, 39cm (15.4”)
Coiled, 100cm (39.4”)
Rise, 44cm (17.3”)
Ode to Kairos, 87cm (34.3”)
Weightless 8, 148cm (58.3”)
Folded 1, 105cm (41.3”)
Molten Concept 13, 42cm (16.5”)
Living, 41cm (16.1”)
Evolution, 38cm (15”)
The Fiddler, 55cm (21.7”)
I Am, Artist Proof 1.6m (63”)
I Am, 65cm (26″)
Perception and Reality 1, maquette
Rhythms of Life, maquette

McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery, Langwarrin, Victoria
Rhythms of Life, 117cm (46”)
Gaia, 9m (29.5’)
A Winding Path, A Search for Truth, 22m x 26m (72′ x 85′)
Organic, H 4.2m, (13’ 9″)
Observe, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)

Yabby Lake Vineyard, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
From Hope to Optimism
3.5m x 3.5m x 3.0m (11.5’ x 11.5’ x 10’)

University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales
Individuals
15 bronze sculptures abating in height from 3.5m (11.5’)

Australian National Airport, Canberra, ACT
Perception & Reality 1
I Am

Residence of the Australian Consul General
New York, USA
Rhythms of Life, H 67cm (2’ 2″)
Weightless 3, H71cm (2’ 4″)

National Alpine Museum of Australia, Mount Buller, Victoria
Beyond Origins, 2.5m (8’3”)
Nature Exemplar, 3.16m (10’4″)
Ode to Kairos, 3.0m (10’)

Heide Museum of Modern Art, Victoria
Unfurling, 2.7m (9’)

Art Gallery of New South Wales
Flora Exemplar, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)

Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne
Rhythms of Life, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)

City of Melbourne, King Street, Melbourne, Victoria
City Living, H 5m (16’ 5″)

City of Melbourne, Jolimont Terrace, Melbourne, Victoria
I Dreamed, H 3.6m (11’ 10″)

The Victorian State Government – City of
Melbourne
Reaching Away, H 4.6m (15’)

Sale Regional Art Gallery, Victoria
Running Man

Mornington Peninsula Art Gallery, Victoria
Perception & Reality 2

Castlemaine Art Gallery, Victoria
Reaching Away

Mildura Art Centre, Victoria
Running Man

Bendigo Regional Art Gallery, Victoria
Growing

High Court Building, Queen & Little Bourke Streets, Melbourne, Victoria
Rhythms of the Metropolis, H 4.7m (15’ 5″)

Office of the Prime Minister
Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices,
Treasury Place, Melbourne
Ascend

Citibank Building, 350 Collins Street,
Melbourne, Victoria
I Dropped My Bow, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Jam Factory, Prahran, Victoria
Camera Man, H 2m (6’ 7″)

Westfield Corporate Ltd., Sydney, NSW
The Experience

Crown Casino Complex, Melbourne, Victoria
Film Director, H 3m (9’ 10″)

University of Melbourne, Victoria
Running Man

Copelen, South Yarra, Victoria
Flora Exemplar, H 3.6m (11’ 10″)

Wesley College, Prahran, Victoria
Together

Novotel International Hotel, Glen Waverly, Victoria
Industrial City, 7.5m x 4.5m (24’ 6″ × 14′ 8″)

Bristol Myers Squib, Victoria
Leading 2

The Becton Corporation, Port Melbourne, Victoria
Observe, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)

Shoreham, Victoria
Growing, H 4m (13’ 2″)

Melbourne Holocaust Museum, Elsternwick
Pillars of Witness, H 6m (19’ 8″)

Mount Scopus College, Melbourne
Growth, H 4m (13’ 2″)

Port Melbourne, Victoria
Leading 1, H 2m (6’ 7″)

Jewish Museum of Victoria
Resistance

Springvale Cemetery, Victoria 2000
Buchenwald Memorial, H 4m (13’ 2″)
Tomb Memorial, H 3.5m (11’ 6″)

Chevra Kadisha, Noble Park, Victoria 2006
Babi-Yar Memorial, 2006

World Square – Sydney NSW
Rhythms of Life, H 2.6m (8’ 6″)
Leading, H 2.2m (7’ 3″)

Elgee Park, Red Hill, Victoria
Leading 1, H 2m (6’ 7″)

Macquarie University, NSW
Coil, H 3m (9’ 10″)
Labile, H 3m (9’ 10″)

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Victoria
Catching Wind, H 1.5m (4’ 11″)

University of New South Wales
Screen, H 2.5m (8’ 2″)

Special Highlights

2017 Fox Arts Channels – Television Series; three one hour episodes
2016 Google Cultural Institute Art Project Partnership
2015 National Geographic Channels Television Series; 11 half-hour and 3 one-hour episodes
2014 Sky Arts New Zealand – Television Series -Three one-hour episodes
2014 Ibiza, Spain – First alignment of the setting sun on the Winter Solstice with the sculpture
Time and Space the Speed of Light’
2013 Gem Television Series, Middle East and United Kingdom – 10 half hour episodes
2012 Sky TV United Kingdom and Ireland – Television Series -Three one-hour episodes
2011 Arte TV, Germany – “Earth Art”
2011 Google Earth Tour, Google LatLong Blog, August
2010 Nominated for the International Prix Pictet Photographic Award
2010 CNN International, The Sculpture Park you can see from Space
2009 USA Ovation TV Series – Monumental Vision -10 half hour Episodes
2008 Discovery International Television Series – 3 half hour episodes
2008 ABC Television Series – 8 half hour episodes
2008 Canadian Television Series – 3 half hour episodes
2007 Discovery International Television Series – 3 half hour episodes
2007 ABC Television Series – 5 half hour episodes
2005 CNN Television – “Inside the Middle East – Geoglyphs in the Arava Desert, Israel”
2003 “Celebration of Life” photographs of 42 pregnant women in the Arava Desert, Israel

Invited Lectures & Workshops

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Australia
International Sculpture Centre Symposium 2013 – Auckland, New Zealand
Art Gallery of New South Wales, May 2010 – Sydney, Australia
agIdeas 2010 – Sydney, Australia
Art Month Sydney 2010 – Creative Collaborations: Art and Landscape
State of the World Forum – San Francisco, U.S.A.
Artist in Residence, Institute of Technology at Technion University, Haifa, Israel.
The Young Presidents’ Organization. Auckland, New Zealand.
Symposium at Sculptures by the Sea, Bondi, NSW, Australia.

Books:

Frances Lindsay, FORMS, 2018, Essay ISBN: 978-0-9943685-5-3

Silvia Langen, Andrew Rogers Rhythms of Life – A Global Land Art Project, Prestel, Germany, 2016. ISBN: 978-3-7913-5540-5

Phoebe Hoban, White Desert, 2016, Essay ISBN: 978-0-9943685-3-9

Phoebe Hoban, Sacred Fire, 2015, Essay ISBN: 978-0-9943685-1-5

Frances Lindsay, FORMS III, 2015, Essay ISBN: 978-0-9943685-2-2

Phoebe Hoban, Time and Space, 2015, Essay ISBN: 978-0-9943685-4-6

Phoebe Hoban, Shield, 2015, Essay ISBN 978-0-9943685-0-8

David Elliott, Time & Space, 2013 Essay. ISBN: 978-0-9577671-5-7

Robert Lindsay, Forms II, 2012 Essay. ISBN: 978-0-9577671-6-4

Eleanor Heartney, Andrew Rogers Geoglyphs, Rhythms of Life. Edizioni Charta Milano, Italy, 2009 Essay  ISBN: 978-88-8158-712-4

Ken Scarlett, Rhythms of Life: The Art of Andrew Rogers. Melbourne Macmillian Art Publishing, 2003
 Comments by Edmund Capon, Director of the Australian Gallery, NSW, Australia, Edmund Pilsbury, former Director of Kimball Art Museum and Idit Porit, formerly of Tel Aviv Museum of Art. ISBN: 187683261-4

Dr. Chris McAuliffe, Forms, Essay. ISBN: 0-9577671-3-7

Ken Scarlett, Elgee Park: Sculpture in Landscape. Melbourne, Macmillan Art Publishing, 2004. ISBN: 1-875-832-32-0

Other Publications:

Silvia Langen, Outdoor Art: Extraordinary Sculpture Parks and Art in Nature, Random House, 2015 ISBN: 978-3-7913-8118-3
Helen Lee, Urban Landscape Street Sculpture, Hi Design International Publishing, Hong Kong, 2014.
Chris van Uffelen, 500x Art in Public, Braun Publishing AG, Germany, 2011.  ISBN 978-3-03768-098-8
Janet Markus et al, Art Works, Edmond Montgomery Publications Limited, Canada. ISBN 978-1-55239-320-8

Multimedia:

CNN Inside the Middle East, The Sculpture Park you can see from Space, Reporter Ivan Watson, July 2010
PBS Sunday Arts Profile, Andrew Rogers, producer Bob Morris, October 2009
CBS Sunday Morning, The Big Picture, producer Anthony Laudato, April 2009
Reuters News, The World’s Largest Land Art Project reporter Sarah Toms, April 2009
CNN Inside the Middle East, Geoglyphs in the Arava Desert Israel, producer Michael Schwartz, 2005

Online:

Christie’s Magazine, United Kingdom, February-March 2018 Edition. Land of the Giants
New York Times T Qatar, Qatar, September-October 2017 Edition. Set in Stone: Land Artist Andrew Rogers
Art Guide, Australia, 03 October 2017. Life from Above
Artribune, Italy. 02 October 2017, Tra scultura e Land Art. Intervista a Andrew Rogers
Vogue Italia, Italy. 07 August 2017, Arte, Intervista ad Andrew Rogers
L’uomo Vogue, Italy. 07 August 2017, Arte, Intervista ad Andrew Rogers
Art in America, USA. 01 August 2017, Steppe Forward: Art and Tech at Expo 2017 Astana
Studio International, UK. 01 August 2017, Andrew Rogers: I Am-Energy
Sciart Magazine, USA. August 2017, Working with and against the elements: I Am by Andrew Rogers
Yale Books Unbound, USA. 20 July 2017, Viva Art and Artists! The 2017 Venice Biennale Calls for Celebration, but is this a time to Party?
Architectural Digest, USA. 13 July 2017, Land Artist Andrew Rogers’s Monumental Works Defy Belief
Art Temperature, Italy. 02 July 2017 La Terra è la sua tela e il Cielo il suo pubblico. Vi presentiamo Andrew Rogers
Sydney Morning Herald Australia. 19 May 2017, Venice Biennale 2017 – Viva Arte Viva
arskey Magazine, Italy.  16 May 2017, Biennale 2017: Andrew Rogers – We As Caretakers
Dream Idea Machine Art View, Greece. 11 May 2017, Interview: Andrew Rogers
ARTNews, USA. 11 May 2017, Scenes from the Venice Biennale: Day 3
Dream Idea Machine, Art View, Greece. April 2017, Words/Fake Words: Part IV
Byron Arts Magazine, Australia. 20 April 2017, Andrew Rogers’ WE ARE Collateral Exhibition to Venice Biennale
Financial Times, London, UK. July 2015, The Ibiza art Circus
ArtLA, California, USA. January 2015, Andrew Rogers Global Awareness
The Age, Melbourne, Australia. 21 February 2014, Body of work is all about thinking big
ABC News, USA. 08 May 2013, Art Invades the UN
The Art Newspaper, UK. 21 May 2012, Sculpture, Satellites and what it means to be human
Canberra Times, Australia. 03 April 2012, Striking pose to alter perception of airport
Art in America, USA. 05 December 2011, Andrew Rogers’s Turkish Earthworks
Google Lat Long Blogspot, USA. 02 August 2011, Explore Land Art with Google Earth
Art Daily Blog, USA. July 2011
Art and Architecture Journal, USA. July 2011
Spectator.CO.UK. June 04, 2011 Out of the Ordinary
The LookOut news, USA. May 18, 2011, Andrew Rogers’ Monumental “Rhythms of Life” at 18th Street Art Center
LA Weekly, USA. May 13, 2011 Andrew Rogers, Land Artist: Now Playing on a Continent Near You
Art Knowledge News, USA. April 27, 2011 “Andrew Rogers: Time and Space” on View at the 18th Street Arts Center

Press:

Christie’s Magazine, United Kingdom, February-March 2018 Edition. Land of the Giants
New York Times T Qatar, Qatar September-October 2017 Edition. Set in Stone: Land Artist Andrew Rogers
Art Guide, Australia. October 2017, Life from Above
The Art Newspaper Sculpture Magazine, UK.  01 September, 2017 My Park’s Bigger Than Yours
The Sydney Morning Herald, Weekend, Australia. Works take a Walk in the Park,  5-6 August, 2017
Collection & Auction, China. People:  Andrew Rogers, 28 July 2017
The Age, Australia. Venice Biennale Review, 5 July 2017
Blouin Shop/Lifestyle Magazine, USA. The Dichotomy of the Human Heart, Summer 2017
National Gallery of Victoria Magazine, Australia. Studio: Andrew Rogers, Vol 4 May/June 2017
IbizaHEUTE, Ibiza, Spain. ‘Time and Space’ – der magische Steinkreis, March 2017
ArtLA, California, USA, Andrew Rogers Global Awareness, January 2015
The Age, Melbourne, Australia, Body of work is all about thinking big, 21 February 2014
The Art Newspaper, United Kingdom, Think local, act global, Number 251, November 2013
Radikal Hayat, Turkey, Is Destiny a Choice or Luck? 06 May 2013
Today’s Zaman, Turkey, Sculptor Andrew Rogers’ monuments to truth at Elgiz, 22 April 2013
Canberra Times, Australia, 03 April 2012, Striking pose to alter perception of airport
Sculpture Magazine, USA, Rome Biennale: International Exhibition of Sculpture March 2012 Vol.31 No.2
Art & Australia, Australia, Reclaimed by the land: Andrew Rogers’s ‘Time and Space’ March 2012 46 No. 3
Landscape Architecture Magazine, USA, Seen From Afar, January 2012, Vol 102 No. 1
La Stampa, 08 November 2011 Rogers, il Ritmo della Vita in tonnellate di pietra
Kunstzeitung, Germany, Record Breaking, 31 October 2011
Hurriyet Daily News, Turkey, Discovering the rhythms of life in Cappadocia’s stones, 20 September 2011
Identity Magazine, USA, Scope for the Best, September 2011
Monopol, Jongleur der Superlative August 2011
Macquarie Matters, Macquarie University of New South Wales, Sculpture Park Winter 2011
Spectator, Out of the Ordinary, June 2011
The Arts Newspaper, Art Writ Large, May 2011
The Age Newspaper, Sculpture on a Grand Scale, January 2011
Chile Magazine, Rhythms of Life in Chile, November 2010
Asian Geographic, Giants Over Time and Space, No. 76 Issue 7/2010
Qantas, The Australian Way Magazine, Boulder and the Beautiful, August 2010
Skylife Magazine, Turkish Airlines, May 2010
Istanbul Contemporary Etc, Andrew Rogers Rhythms of Life, March-May 2010
Sculpture, USA, Geoglyphs Spanning the Globe, December 2009
Art in America, USA, Earthly Homage, October 2009
Goreme Open Air Museum, Turkey, August, 2009
Interior Design, USA, Sculptor as Artist, August 2009
Tell Magazine, Chile, Ritmos de Vida, June 2009
Hurriyet Daily News, Turkey, May 19 2009
Forbes Magazine, USA, May 13, 2009
Christian Science Monitor, USA, May 12, 2009
Podtatranské Noviny, National Slovakian Newspaper, May 27, 2008
Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association News, The Challenges of Monumental Landmark Sculptures, Autumn 2008
SABAH Cuma, The Man Who Whispers to the Universe with Stones, Turkey 2007
La Prensa La Paz, Bolivia, Land Art Potosi, December 13 2006
Australian Art Review, Environmental Art, November 2006
Sculpture Magazine of China Sculptors Association, 2006
Parliament of Victoria, Victoria’s Hansard, March 18, 2006
The Age Newspaper, January 28, 2006
Jetstar Magazine, December2005/January 2006
Lino, Issue No. 10 2005
The Sydney Morning Herald, December 28, 2005
CNN Television, Inside the Middle East, Geoglyphs in the Arava Desert, Israel, November 21-25, 2005
The Australian Newspaper, November 16, 17, 18, 2005
The Herald Sun Newspaper, November 7, 2005
The Australian Art Collector, Issue 34, October-December 2005
World Sculpture News, Volume 11 Number 2, Spring 2005
Melbourne Weekly Magazine, September 28 – October 4, 2005
Melbourne Magazine, Issue 032, August 2005
ABC Television, Foreign Correspondent, June 21, 2005
ABC Radio, June 19, 2005.
State of the Arts, Australia, 2005
Art in America, June/July 2005
Australian Art Monthly, May 2005
The Age Newspaper, May 16, 2005
Monument, Architecture & Design, April 2005
World Sculpture News, Volume 10 Number 4, Autumn 2004
Australian Financial Review, August 28-29, 2004
The Age Newspaper, March 3, 2004
Craft Arts International, #60 2004
Sculpture, Magazine of the International Sculpture Center, USA, April 2004
Good Reading, October 2003
World Sculpture News, Volume 9, Number 4, Autumn 2003
Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia Website, 2002
University of Melbourne: Australian Sculpture Server, 2002
Sculpture, Magazine of the International Sculpture Center, USA: On Record, January/February 2003
Kult, Italy – March 2002
Victorian Arts Centre Home Page, February 2002
Jerusalem Post, Friday February 1 and February 8, 2002
Victorian Arts Centre News: Preview, December 2001
Melbourne City Art Walks, City of Melbourne, December 2001
World Sculpture News, Volume 7 Number 3, Summer 2001
The Jerusalem Post, Friday August 25, 2000
The Herald Sun, Arts & Entertainment, July 31, 2000
World Sculpture News, Volume 6 Number 2, Spring 2000
Monument Architecture & Design, April/May 2000
The Australian Magazine, April 1-2, 2000
World Sculpture News, Volume 5 No. 2, Spring 1999
Kurier Newspaper, Wein Austria, December 8, 1999
ORF Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Wein Heute – Television, June 12, 1999
World Sculpture News, Volume 5 Number 4, Autumn 1999
The Age Newspaper, Melbourne, Australia – December 6, 1999
The Age Newspaper, Melbourne, Australia – October 25, 1999
Sculpture, Magazine of The International Sculpture Center, USA, Vol. 18 No. 7, September 1999
19th & 20th Century Australian Painting Sculpture and Decorative Arts, 1999. Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
Wiener Zeitang, March 22, 1999
Salzburger Nuchrichten, March 20, 1999
Die Presse Newspaper, Vienna Austria, March 20, 1999
World Sculpture News, Vol. 4 No. 4, Autumn 1998,
19th & 20th Century Australian Painting Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Catalogue 90, 1998. Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
Austria Today Newspaper, March 25, 1999
City of Melbourne Open Air Sculpture Museum, 1997
Generation, June 1995, January 1996, October 1996, October 1997, May 2000
Venice Magazine: Los Angeles Arts March 1998
City of Melbourne: Events Magazine, January, March, April 1998
Must See Melbourne: City of Melbourne, Greeting Service, December 1997
Becton Living, 1997
Miscellanea, Cultural Affairs Office of the Embassy of Australia, December 1997
19th & 20th Century Australian Painting Sculpture and Decorative Arts 1997, Lauraine Diggins Fine Arts
Herald Sun Newspaper, 1997
Australian Council for Educational Research, Administration Manual, 1997
Sunraysia Newspaper, May 18 1996
Architectural Review, Australia – Presenting the Future, Autumn 1996
YPO Worldwide, A Renaissance Legacy, December 1995
The Herald Sun Home Magazine, September 2 1995
The Qantas Club, Artistic Sensibilities, September 1995
Fourth Australian Contemporary Art Fair, October 1994
Herald Sun Newspaper, June 20 1993

Catalogues

2015  McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery:  Andrew Rogers A Retrospective – Maquettes 1996-2015  ISBN: 978-0-9874010-6-9
2015  Mossgreen Gallery, Australia:  Come to the Edge  ISBN:  978-0-9577671-8-8
2012 Mossgreen Gallery, Australia: Molten Concepts
2007 William Mora Galleries, Australia: Weightless ISBN: 0-9677671-4-5
2007 Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland: Rhythms of Life I-VII ISBN: 978-9979-9632-7-1
2002 Mudima Foundation, Italy: Rhythms of Life II, ISBN: 0 957 767 10
2000 Rhythms of life II
1999 Pillars of Witness, ISBN 0 646 38229 2
1997 Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, Australia: Rhythms of Life
1995 Meridian Gallery, Australia: Of Freedom and Will
1993 Meridian Gallery, Australia: Mankind in the Gesture of an Individual

Representation

Switzerland

gallery focus 21, Zurich

Germany

Hohenthal und Bergen, Berlin

Italy

La Subbia, Pietrasanta

USA

Ethan Cohen, New York, New York
Sponder Gallery, Miami, Florida

Australia

Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney, NSW
Scott Livesey Galleries, Armadale, Victoria