Andrew Rogers’ Land Art

November 28, 2012 | in Art

His works were seen everywhere, from Antarctica to Iceland. Australian artist creates giant figures and drawings with all that can be used as a starting material, be it rock or sand.

Andrew Rogers’ project, Rhythms of Life, starting from 1998, is considered to be the most ambitious creative project. To date, under the leadership of the Australian artist were built up to 48 geoglyphs in thirteen countries on seven continents. The total number of participants in the project exceeded the mark of 6 700. Among other things, Andrew studied sculpture and regularly takes part in exhibitions around the world. But today, we will show you only the geoglyphs.

Australia.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Antarctica.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Bolivia.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Chile.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

China.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Iceland.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

India.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Israel.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Kenya.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Nepal.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Slovakia.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Sri Lanka.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Turkey.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

USA.

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

Andrew Rogers Land Art

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