Date(s) - 14/05/2016 - 27/06/2016
8:30 am - 7:00 pm
ARTPark Australia – Australian Sculpture on show
ARTPark Australia proudly represents and presents both established and emerging Australian sculptors, displaying highlight sculptural artwork in bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, alloy, corten, timber and stone.
Both the artists and management of ARTPark proudly acknowledges AMP Capital ongoing commitment to supporting the sculptural exhibition in what is the fifth exhibit at 50 Bridge St.
ARTPark displays high quality collectable sculpture suited for placement in commercial foyers, luxury homes and innovative garden design.
ARTPark Australia proudly represents and presents both established and emerging Australian sculptors, displaying significant sculptural artwork in bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, alloy, Cor-ten, timber and stone. Among the artist ranks, ARTPark is pleased to represent such sculptors as, Greg Johns and leading contemporary sculptor Andrew Rogers.
All the artists within our stable are living, practising sculptors.
ARTPark Australia curates significant sculptural exhibitions within the context of our urban environment, particularly in the cosmopolitan centres of the major cities.
ARTPark Australia looks for unique and interesting locations which emphasise and highlight different elements of the sculptural range, available for exhibition, throughout the year, and actively co-ordinates the works to engage the public and inspire the viewer to incorporate three dimensional works within their own environments.
The exhibition highlights the work of contemporary abstract sculptors, thereby encouraging the placement of the works in corporate spaces to engage the public in participation and appreciation of the artwork across the community.
The exhibition consists of work within a scale that is manageable for freight and handling reasons, but offers considerable presence in the exhibition format, in dimension, medium and concept.
The partnership/ support of the corporate entities offers a unique opportunity to be seen to foster the arts within the community and provide an outlet for the presentation and appreciation of works of living, practising artisans. A highly marketable benefit!
It also offers the opportunity to promote the association /program amongst the corporate peers that adds a significant community support program to the company’s corporate provenance.
Further, the obvious benefits is more to do with the raising the profile of the respective building in the eyes of the prospective and existing tenants, with the inclusion of significant artworks within their building.
This benefit extends further, to impress not only the tenants but their guests and visitors that attend their offices also appreciate exemplary sculptural artworks strategically placed within the grand foyer environs that typically form the best building foyers.
The exhibition would comprise up to 30 artists – All living practising Austral-Asian sculptors working on public artwork in bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, alloy, Cor-ten, timber and stone.
Curated by Nigel Messenger, Sydney curator of over 30 years experience in the fine art world, and 20 years owner and director of SOHO Galleries in Sydney’s CBD