Artists Announced – Sculpture by the Sea Bondi 2020

In Events/Exhibitions August 10, 2020

Image: Peter Lundberg, Return to Sea (2013), bronze, edition 1/2

22 October – 8 November 2020

Sculpture by the Sea returns to the Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal walk as the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition. See the spectacular coastal walk transformed into a 2km long sculpture park over three weeks featuring 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.

Congratulations to all our artists who will be exhibiting in Bondi this year:

Robert Barnstone Australia (NSW)

Jock Clutterbuck, Australia (VIC)

Sue Corbett, Australia (VIC)

Ben Fasham Australia (VIC)

Harrie Fasher, Australia (NSW)

Richard Goodwin, Australia (NSW)

Greg Johns, Australia (SA)

Peter Lundberg, United States of America

Camie Lyons, Australia (NSW)

James Parrett Australia (VIC)

Louis Pratt, Australia (NSW)

Jimmy Rix, Australia (VIC)

Ron Robertson-Swann Australia, (NSW)

Ayako Saito, Australia (NSW)

Michael Snape, Australia (NSW)

Richard Tipping, Australia (NSW)

Visit the website to keep up to date with details including artist talks, tours and suggested walking routes.

Jock - SBTS

Jock Clutterbuck, Landscape with passing cloud, fabricated, finished aluminium clear lacquered, unique piece, 220 x 170 x 60 cm


Camie Lyons – work in progress

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Greg Johns, Horizon Figure – work in progress

Ground food dwellng bench 1

Robert Barnstone, Ground Food Dwelling, 3D render

Ground Food Dwelling is a title with two very distinct meanings: it refers to the immobile nature of the piece this stationary object is vulnerable to weather and to all the activities that take place on this boundary between the seas and the land, between park and city.  The name also refers to the piece as a site for potential occurrence, an object poised to change, to interact, to provoke thought in the crossroads between the sensibilities of the pieces.

louis pratt

Louis Pratt, The Space Between Us IV, bronze, 36cm (H)

This work will be an Augmented Reality (AR) sculpture that the audience can view through their iPhone

Ron Swann

Ron Robertson-Swann – work in progress