Sydney | Sculptures at Barangaroo
Sculptures at Barangaroo is returning to Barangaroo Reserve for its second year from 5-20 August, featuring 14 outdoor works created by nine established and emerging Australian artists. The sculpture exhibition has been bringing artwork to coastlines around Australia for more than 20 years.
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 hand selected by curator Geoffrey Edwards to complement the striking landscape and backdrop.
Five new works have been specifically made for this year’s free exhibition. Geoffrey Edwards, the curator of Sculpture at Barangaroo, has selected nine sculptures according to a single brief: to complement the backdrop of Barangaroo.
Edwards’s vision is to explore three different types of sculptures including classic, modernist and autonomous works. He was also determined to include compelling Indigenous art, many from local Sydney artists, which comment on the significance of Barangaroo.
Cave Urban, a Sydney-based bamboo design collaborative studio, is involved again this year, exploring the intersection between art and architecture by building large-scale bamboo structures.
The park will be open all day and night, but visitors are encouraged to view the works between 8am and 6pm daily.
Sculpture at Barangaroo will be at Barangaroo Reserve from August 5 to 20.
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