Australia's annual sculpture by the sea exhibition showcases over 100 giant figures

Australia's annual 'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition showcased more than 100 giant figures looming along the coastline between Bondi and Tamarama beaches near Sydney.

FP Staff October 20, 2016 14:41:10 IST
Australia's annual 'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition showcased more than 100 giant figures looming along the coastline between Bondi and Tamarama beaches near Sydney. The picture is a work titled 'Buried Rhino' by artists Gillie and Marc Schattner. Photo: AP
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Australia's annual 'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition showcased more than 100 giant figures looming along the coastline between Bondi and Tamarama beaches near Sydney. The picture is a work titled 'Buried Rhino' by artists Gillie and Marc Schattner. Photo: AP
The exhibition has both Australian and international artists. The picture is of a work titled 'Dave' by artist Cathyann Coady. Photo: AP
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The exhibition has both Australian and international artists. The picture is of a work titled 'Dave' by artist Cathyann Coady. Photo: AP
The event received close to 500 submissions this year from sculptors in 27 countries around the world. A giant bag sculpture made from stainless steel is seen in the picture. Photo: AFP
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The event received close to 500 submissions this year from sculptors in 27 countries around the world. A giant bag sculpture made from stainless steel is seen in the picture. Photo: AFP
The event began in 1997 and is free to the public. A runner passes a ghostly sculpture on display on the first day of the exhibition in Sydney. Photo: AP
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The event began in 1997 and is free to the public. A runner passes a ghostly sculpture on display on the first day of the exhibition in Sydney. Photo: AP
The event celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. A man walks past a giant jandal on Tamarama Beach. Photo: AFP
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The event celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. A man walks past a giant jandal on Tamarama Beach. Photo: AFP