Sculpture at Barangaroo is presented in partnership with Sculpture by the Sea, which has been delighting Sydney with its outdoor exhibitions along the Bondi coastal walk for almost 20 years.
Free to the public, the temporary exhibition will transform Barangaroo Reserve into an open-air sculpture park to capture the imagination of Sydney and its visitors.
The exhibition will showcase 12 outdoor artworks by a stellar line-up of 15 Australian artists. It includes six new works and six existing works that were selected specifically for exhibition in this stunning landscape.
Exhibiting artists include, Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy, Marley Dawson, Lucy Humphrey, Ron Robertson-Swann OAM, Margarita Sampson, Sangeeta Sandrasegar, Yasmin Smith, Marcus Tatton, Ken Unsworth AM, Sally Kidall, Lyndsay Urquhart, Emily Nichol and Tereasa Trevor and Auntie Deidre Martin with collaborators.
The immersive, family-friendly event will have something for everyone, engaging the senses as well as the imagination as visitors explore the sculpture trail at their own pace along the Harbour foreshore promenade, Wulugul Walk to Nawi Cove, and up to Stargazer Lawn and Walumil Lawn.
A series of free talks by exhibiting artists will be held on site throughout the event and a selection of sculptures will grow and evolve over the 16-day period. The park is open 24/7, but visitors are invited to participate and contribute to the works between 8:00am-6:00pm daily.