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Sculpture By The Sea Returns To Sydney’s Bondi To Tamarama Coastal Walk

Sculpture By The Sea Returns To Sydney’s Bondi To Tamarama Coastal Walk

Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney’s iconic annual outdoor exhibition, has returned to the Bondi-to-Tamarama Coastal Walk in the city’s eastern suburbs for its 21st year, with works from 100 artists on display.

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Orb, David Ball. Image: Jessica Wyld

Mittagong artist David Ball was today awarded the $60,000 Aqualand Sculpture award for his work Orb (pictured aboev). Sculpture by the Sea organisers also announced that award-winning sculptures from 2016 to 2018 would be gifted to the Harbour Trust, which will create a permanent instalment at Headland Park, overlooking Sydney Harbour.

The largest free public sculpture exhibition in the world, it attracts more than half a million visitors annually. Works by artists from all over the world feature in the incredible showcase.

Sculpture by the Sea runs from today until November 5, 2017, before touring to Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Western Australia, from March 2 to 19, 2018.

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(Lead image: What A Tasty Looking Burger, James Dive. Image: Jessica Wyld)

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