The fourth biennial Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus Denmark is in it’s fourth and final week. The exhibition has been delighting and inspiring many visitors from across the globe, including many Australian sculpture fans.
Sasha Grishin, Emeritus Professor at Australian National University professor was recently in Aarhus to view the exhibition. He wrote a review that describes the mood of the show and many of the highlights. “This is a tightly curated exhibition that challenges many of the conventional ideas on sculpture without challenging the idea of sculpture itself.”
(read the full review here)
Pictures are worth a thousand words, so here are few more examples of the outstanding work that is on show in Aarhus until 5 July.
Thomas Lindvig, untitled, Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus 2015. Photo Clyde Yee.
Atelier 37.2, new horizons, Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus 2015. Photo Clyde Yee.
Jakub Geltner, nest 05, Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus 2015. Photo Clyde Yee.
Susanna Hesselberg, when my father died it was like a whole library had burned down, Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus 2015. Photo Hayley Baynard