Sculpture by the Sea 2010 – Tamarama

Here are some more sculptures, this time from the Tamarama side including the main Tamarama beach area.  There really are so many sculptures it’s impossible to do it all at once!  If you take just a few angles of each one you’d end up with thousands of photos!

One of the major complaints is that the exhibition only goes for 18 days.  About 25000 people visit each day, but for us poor souls who actually have jobs, that’s only 3 weekends during which to join the crowds!

Some of these photos were published in an article in The ONE Magazine, December 2010 Issue. The ONE is a Chinese & Japanese bilingual magazine with distribution in Sydney and Melbourne.

Published by Valent Lau

Photographer at https://valentlau.com.au/

2 thoughts on “Sculpture by the Sea 2010 – Tamarama

  1. Interesting! Always a good, free and accessible event in Sydney. The Sydney Art Festival in January (?) is also a good thing, assuming they can still afford to run it. Also, the best thing Telstra does is sponsor the Museum of Contemporary Art.

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