Destination NSW has captured 60 seconds worth of beautiful footage of our Bondi exhibition.
With Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2018 soon to open, enjoy a flashback to last year’s exhibition with this short highlights video.
Catch a glimpse of Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2017 in this short video created for us by Gareth Carr.
Aqualand presents the Artist Interview series: the making of Peter Lundberg’s ‘Walking Woman’ now installed in Marks Park, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi until 5 November 2017.
See spectacular footage of Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi filmed from above the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk. Thanks to our drone team and Rebel Penfold-Russell OAM for making this possible.
The Helen Lempriere Scholarships are awarded to Australian sculptors in Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi. The scholarships are made possible by the Helen Lempriere Bequest created through the will of the late Keith Wood, husband of the late Australian artist Helen Lempriere and managed by Perpetual.
“The importance of Sculpture by the Sea to my career has been considerable. It is my only opportunity to regularly show large scale works. It resulted in my first overseas sales and my first overseas exhibition.”
To celebrate Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2016, we would like to share with you some highlights of the exhibition. Thank you to the wonderful Gareth Carr for capturing the spirit of the artworks and the crowds over the past few weeks with his time-lapse photography and toPaul Donovan for the aerial footage.
Today we are very excited to share with you the first of our videos about Sculpture by the Sea exhibiting artists who have received Helen Lempriere Scholarships worth $30,000. Michael, who was awarded a Scholarship in 2010, takes us on a journey of his artistic practice that has seen him exhibit at so many Sculpture…
To celebrate Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2015, we would like to share with you some highlights of the exhibition. Thank you to the wonderful Filippo Rivetti for capturing the spirit of the artworks and the crowds over the past few weeks! Sculptures in the video in order of appearance: Koichi Ishino, wind blowing Matthew…