Sculpture at Barangaroo

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Tereasa Trevor '11 Ships'

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Michael Le Grand 'Buttress'

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Elyssa Sykes-Smith 'Mental Convolution'

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Cave Urban 'Bower'

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Adam King 'Faces of Darug'

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Christopher Langton 'Untitled (Shoe)'

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Richard Tipping 'Kangooroo'

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Andrew Rogers 'Folded 3'

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Michael Le Grand ‘Anaconda’

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Michael Le Grand ‘Goshu’

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Michael Le Grand ‘Headrest’

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Nicole Monks ‘Terra Omnia’

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Nicole Monks ‘Terra Omnia’

The harbour-side art park returns for a second year

This collaboration between Sculpture by the Sea and the Barangaroo Delivery Authority launched in 2016, and returns in 2017 with 14 works (five new commissions and nine existing works) installed along the Harbour foreshore promenade – from Wulugul Walk to Nawi Cove, and up to Stargazer Lawn and Walumil Lawn.

The artists featured in Sculpture at Barangaroo are: Michael Le Grand, Richard Tipping, Nicole Monks (featured in our Deadly Sydney feature), Cave Urban, Andrew Rogers, Adam King from the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Tereasa Trevor, Christopher Langton and Elyssa Sykes-Smith.

Check out our guide to the best outdoor art in Sydney this season, and our hit list for the best art to see this month.

By: Dee Jefferson

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