Andrew Rogers: Where We Are at Jewish Museum of Australia

Fri 10th May, 2024 – Sun 1st September, 2024
26 Alma Road, St Kilda
Price: $12–$51 (free for children and members)
An in-depth retrospective of the renowned land artist and sculptor arrives at the Jewish Museum of Australia.

Melbourne-based artist Andrew Rogers is known internationally for his large-scale contemporary sculptures and land art. After shifting his practice from painting to sculpture in the late eighties, about a decade later he began working on a series of monumental, site-specific geoglyphs inspired by ancient cultural motifs and designed to be visible from space. The resulting Rhythms of Life land art project has travelled across every continent of the globe.

Where We Are is a new exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Australia charting Rogers’s art practice through the decades. The in-depth retrospective covers not only major works like the Rhythms of Life series, but the artistic process behind them and the artist’s personal journey through the years.

Running until September 1, Where We Are tracks Rogers’s evolution from painting through to his well-known figurative sculptures, abstract forms and land art.

Tickets are on sale now. Children under 10 and museum members can visit for free.

This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Jewish Museum of Australia.