In late October the annual Sculpture By The Sea Exhibition was held along Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs Coastline.
I went down late in the afternoon of the first weekend, luckily before huge swells destroyed many of the sculptures.
Below are a few photos from that day.
Over the past two months I’ve spent a few weekends checking out the 20th Biennale of Sydney. I haven’t been to all the locations where the Biennale is held this year, but I have seen the exhibits at Cockatoo Island, the MCA and the NSW Art Gallery.
Many of this year’s exhibits are audio/visual in nature but the few photos below capture at least some of the amazing art that’s there to be experienced.
Below are some photos from the 2015 edition of Sculpture By The Sea. The highlight of the day was seeing a whale off the coast.
Below are a few photos from Vivid Sydney 2015. Once again there were light shows all over the city. This year a lot of the buildings had more quick animations making good photos difficult to capture.
The past two Saturdays I’ve been down at Bondi with friends checking out Sculptures by the Sea.
Below are a few shots of my favourite sculptures from this year.
Vivid Sydney 2013 is on at the moment. Each year they expand the number of buildings and things to do, and this year they have included the Harbour Bridge and Darling Harbour in the displays. Last night I started from Milsons Point and walked across the Harbour Bridge to get photos of the city and Opera House lit up.
Last night I went back down to Bondi Beach with some friends to visit Sculpture By The Sea again.
Below are some photos of sculptures that I didn’t post photos of when I visited a few weeks ago.
This morning I went down to Bondi Beach to check out Sculpture by the Sea.
I did a pretty good job of getting in before all the crowds, although, there was still many people along the coastal walk.
The photos below are just a mere sample of the many sculptures along the walk between Bondi and Tamarama and it is well worth checking out in person over the next three weeks.
I spent yesterday at Cockatoo Island exploring this year’s Biennale of Sydney.
My favourite installation was of a Chinese classroom where some of the desks had animations projected onto them telling a story.
Below are a few photos, however, the Biennale is best experienced in person. It is free, and runs until mid September.
Vivid Sydney is on again and once again it is a spectacular display of lights and fun.