McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Langwarrin: A thousand different angles
Important sculptures by the late Inge King AM and Norma Redpath OBE feature alongside works from 11 contemporary sculptors in a major exhibition at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery that highlights the enduring legacy of these two modernist masters. A thousand different angles is inspired by King and Redpath’s advocacy for greater awareness of contemporary sculpture and large-scale art in the public realm. Taking King’s observation that “sculpture is drawing from a thousand different angles” as a starting point, the curators of the exhibition invite a deeper contemplation upon the ways artists engage spatial implications. A thousand different angles features work by Fiona Abicare, Samara Adamson-Pinczewski, Marion Borgelt, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Inge King, Sanné Mestrom, Noriko Nakamura, Nabilah Nordin, Louise Paramor, Kerrie Poliness, Norma Redpath and Meredith Turnbull. The exhibition is on view across McClelland’s indoor galleries and outdoor sculpture park until June 5, 2022.
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