Alexis Rockman is an American contemporary artist popular for his paintings that feature rich depictions of future landscapes as they might exist with impacts of climate change and evolution influenced by genetic engineering. He was born in the year 1962 in New York City, New York, United States. A product of School of Visual Arts, he also attended at Rhode Island School of Design. Since 1985, he has exhibited his work in the United States which made him become well-recognized in the world of arts, particularly starting up with Jay Gorney Modern Art Gallery in New York City in the East Village where he first exhibited his work.
Alexis shared in one of his interviews how he stays fit and here’s what he explained: “I have a terrible back, so I do maintenance every day: 45 minutes to an hour of leg lifts with ankle weights. I even travel with the weights. They’ve been to South Africa, South America, London, Rome. I’m taking them to Tasmania in January. And I lift weights at NYSC and play basketball three times a week.”
In addition, he follows a balanced and healthy diet. He said it is really important to eat foods that offer healthy nutrients and foods that are free from preservatives and chemicals.
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