Dynamics in Impermanence by Nicole Larkin, Sculpture by the Sea 2016, Bondi, New South Wales
By Paul Chai
Published: 09 October, 2017
Sydney’s favourite coastal walk gets an artistic makeover during Bondi’s annual Sculpture by the Sea festival. Each year, more than 100 sculptures are installed along the clifftops and on the beaches of the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk, attracting tourists, exercisers, art lovers, Instagrammers and locals in a spectacle that's as much as about people-watching as it is about public art. This is the world’s largest annual free-to-the-public sculpture exhibition and it features dozens of brilliant, whacky and playful works. Throw in a backdrop of several of Sydney’s best beaches and you’ve got yourself the ultimate day out.