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Sculpture by the Sea

November 6, 2011

One of the aspects of Seoul I am most enjoying is the huge amount of public art in the streets – making walking in Seoul a bit like visiting a sculpture garden.  Perhaps I will post some of my own photos soon, but in the meanwhile, here are some highlights from the largest of all free public sculpture exhibitions – Sculpture by the Sea, an annual (free) public art exhibition along Australian beaches:  Bondi to Tamarama in Sydney.  (It has launched two side exhibitions:  along Cottesloe beach in Perth and Aarhus in Denmark).

  • Alan and Julie Aston – Simple Black & White

Alan and Julie Aston - Simple Black & White 1

Alan and Julie Aston - Simple Black & White 2

  • Belinda Villani – The Predators in the Park

Belinda Villani - The Predators in the Park

  • Bert Flugelman – Ammonite 2006

Bert Flugelman - Ammonite 2006 1

  • Byeong Doo Moon – I Have Been Dreaming to be a Tree…II

Byeong Doo Moon - I Have Been Dreaming to be a Tree...II q

  • Corey Thomas – The Midget Attacks

Corey Thomas - The Midget Attacks 1

  • Faith Semiz – Isometric Trinity

Faith Semiz - Isometric Trinity

  • Gary Deirmendian – Do Not…

Gary Deirmendian - Do Not... 1

  • Jane Gillings – Provenance

Jane Gillings - Provenance 1

  • Ken Unsworth – Look this Way

Ken Unsworth - Look this Way 1

Ken Unsworth - Look the Way 2

  • Richard Tipping – Private Poetry

Richard Tipping - Private Poetry

  • Simon McGrath – Who Left the Tap On

Simon McGrath - Who Left the Tap On 1

  • Steve Croquett – Heads Up

Steve Croquette - Heads Up 1

Steve Croquett - Heads Up 3

  • Steve Corquett – Heads Up (with Deborah Halpern – Ship of Fools in the background)

Steve Corquett - Heads Up 2 and Deborah Halpern - Ship of Fools

  • Steven Thomson and Jonas Allen – Message in a Bottle

Steven Thomson and Jonas Allen - Message in a Bottle 1

More information and many more images are available at the Sculpture by the Sea web site.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Suzanne McCarthy permalink*
    November 6, 2011 2:48 pm

    Simply gorgeous. Thanks for brightening my day!

  2. November 6, 2011 3:04 pm

    Some of the views could be Victoria BC (art apart)

  3. November 6, 2011 3:38 pm

    Thanks for the comments folks. I just added one more photo that I had originally intended to include, but my jet-lagged mind somehow omitted the first time around: Gary Deirmendian’s witty Do Not….

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