Sculpture at barangaroo | Barangaroo Reserve | 5 – 20 August 2017

  • Richard Tipping, Kangooroo, Sculpture at Barangaroo. Photo Jamie Williams
  • Cave Urban, Bower, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Di Caskey
  • Adam King, Faces of Darug, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Tereasa Trevor, 11 Ships, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Nicole Monks, Terra Omnia, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Michael Le Grand, Plunge, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Michael Le Grand, Headrest, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Michael Le Grand, Goshu (l), Sculpture at Barangaroo. Photo Jamie Williams
  • Michael Le Grand, Bollard II, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Michael Le Grand, Buttress, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Michael Le Grand, Anaconda, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Elyssa Sykes-Smith, Mental Convolution, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Christopher Langton, Untitled (Shoe), Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Jamie Williams.
  • Andrew Rogers, Folded, Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017. Photo Di Caskey.

Sculpture at Barangaroo returns to Barangaroo Reserve from 5-20 August 2017, presented in partnership with the Barangaroo Delivery Authority and Sculpture by the Sea.

The visually stunning, free-to-the-public outdoor exhibition will surprise and delight Sydneysiders and visitors as they explore the greenspace at the spectacular Harbour foreshore park.

Visitors can enjoy 14 artworks by nine established and emerging Australian artists, including five new works created specifically for the exhibition and nine existing sculptures that have been selected by curator Geoffrey Edwards to complement the striking landscape and backdrop.

Edwards’ vision for the exhibition is to showcase three streams of sculpture: classic, modernist, autonomous works; site-specific sculpture as installation in an area that demands it; and compelling Indigenous artworks, many from artists that are local to the Sydney region, that draw on the geographical significance of Barangaroo.

Exhibiting artists including esteemed Australian sculptor Michael Le Grand, who will be celebrated with a mini-retrospective of six works, Richard Tipping, Nicole Monks, Cave Urban, Andrew Rogers, Adam King from the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Tereasa Trevor, Christopher Langton and Elyssa Sykes-Smith.

The park will be open 24/7, but visitors are encouraged to please view the works between 8:00am-6:00pm daily.

For more information about Barangaroo visit www.barangaroo.com