Sculpture by the Sea Bondi, 22 October – 8 November, 2015
The 19. annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition along the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk, between Bondi and Tamarama in Sydney, Australia from 22 October – 8 November, 2015. Sculpture by the Sea won’t release the name of the Sculpture by the Sea Bondi 2015 participating artists but we will preview some of the sculptures as the information becomes available.
Qian Sihua – China,
is best remembered for his striking “Bubble 5” artwork, a young boy blowing a bubble. This year he’s back with something very similar in yellow, “Give Me a Kiss”.Image courtesy: Inga Carlsen
Jeremy Sheehan – Australia, “Transmigration”
A collaboration of 20 artists from places in the Pacific highlighting the impact of plastic on the environment. The exhibit will be displayed along the fence at Tamaram surf club. Watch Jeremy Sheehan:
The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition began in 1997 and was held for one day around Bondi Beach. Sculpture by the Sea is now an established yearly event, held for three weeks at the end of October and early November at the Bondi to Coogee walk between Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach and in March at Cottesloe Beach in Perth, WA. The Bondi to Coogee walk turns into an open air cliff top sculpture gallery. Around a 100 sculptures are displayed along the track from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach. Every year over 500,000 people make their way to the Sculpture by the Sea – Bondi exhibition to view art works on display for no charge. The Sculpture Indoor exhibition is held in a Marquee at Mark’s Park between Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach where the exhibits are for sale. Parking in certain streets, close to the exhibition are reserved for local residents, please consider taking public transport to the Sculpture by the Sea. This year there will be over a 100 sculptures exhibited by local and foreign artists along the Bondi to Coogee walk. Sculpture by the Sea along the Bondi to Coogee walk is is the world’s largest free outdoor sculpture exhibition and one of Sydney’s most popular event.