Spring in Sydney marks the launch of the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, brightening up a 2km stretch of the city’s beaches from Bondi to Tamarama. This is the outdoor art show’s 23rd run, featuring 111 sculptures from artists across 19 countries. It includes works from acclaimed and controversial Czech artist David Černý, among other Czech and Slovak artists celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution and the end of communist rule in the region. The exhibition also features works from six Sydney architects reimagining the Jewish ritual of Sukkot

Sculpture by the Sea is showing in Sydney until 10 November, before heading to Perth from 6 March 2020



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