World’s Largest Contemporary Land Art Project Presented at 18th Street Arts Center

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SANTA MONICA, CA.- Australian artist Andrew Rogers presents the first exhibition devoted to the entire Rhythms of Life project, the world’s largest contemporary land art undertaking. From May 7-28, the non-profit arts organization 18th Street Arts Center displays Andrew Rogers: Time and Space, a selection of 68 large-scale photographs of Rogers’s ground-breaking outdoor art project. The exhibition showcases aerial and satellite photographs of 47 sculptures created over a period of 13 years, marking the first time these images are publicly displayed together. Also on view is a looped, 40-minute film that documents the artist’s extraordinary process. Rogers has spent the last13 years engaging over 6,700 people in 13 countries on seven continents to create stone sculptures in deserts, fjords, gorges, national parks and on mountainous slopes. Often working