Sculpture by the sea at Sydney’s Bondi Beach

Destination NSW has today released breathtaking aerial footage of Sculpture by the
Sea, Bondi capturing the stunning outdoor sculpture exhibition on one of the world’s
most iconic beaches, Bondi Beach, Sydney.

MichaelPurdy, Spinning Slowly, Bondi2018. All pic courtesy of mangopr

MichaelPurdy, Spinning Slowly, Bondi2018. All pic courtesy of mangopr

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, the world’s largest annual free-to-the-public outdoor
sculpture exhibition, transforms part of Sydney’s coastline into a 2km-long sculpture park and features over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.
As one of Sydney’s best attended (and photographed) events, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi attracts approximately 450,000 visitors over the course of 18 days and signals the beginning of summer in Sydney. It is on now until No 4, 2018.
One highlight of the exhibition is a showcase of eight works by alumni from the
leading Chinese art institution the Central Academy of Art (CAFA) in Beijing,
including a 3m tall fleshy figure, Horizon by Mu Boyan, which sits on the south Bondi
headland at Marks Park. The exhibition also features works from leading Australian
sculptors Hossein Valamanesh, Ron Robertson-Swann OAM and Wendy Teakel.


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