December 01, 2013

Sydney's Sculpture By The Sea 2013

The world's largest annual free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, was back again for a 17th year! One of Sydney's most loved events, the outdoor sculpture exhibition returned to the stunning Bondi to Tamarama coast walk from 24 October - 10 November 2013.

We saw the spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk transformed into a two kilometre long temporary sculpture park which featured over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.

Bondi Beach: On our way to Tamarama Coast Walk
Stolen. I was actually posing for an OOTD but saw a cute puppy pass by in a costume, hence the smile.
My handsome date.

What a view huh?
Let's start! 

Coral by Coral Collective.

One of my favorites. Those are feet  by the way. I love its melancholic vibe.

The Cheshire Grin by Matthew Harding.
Ken Unsworth's sculpture titled 'theres many a slip (twixt) the cup and the lip'.

Diminish and ascend by David McCracken.
OOTD: striped dress from the early 2000s from People Are People. I was so happy when it came back to fashion. Mark's leather belt when he was a boy, Casio watch, shoebox flats, Ray-Ban wayfarer

Nomadic city, lest we forget by Sally Kidall

Horizon by Lucy Humphrey.

"SOON" We took this pic whilst going back to our car. We found it funny.
Not part of the exhibit. I just found this beautiful.
This is a really nice pic by Mark. 

You can see more pictures of the exhibit here: 
Sculpture By The Sea, Bondi by Sydney Morning Herald

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