headland Sculpture on the Gulf 2017

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Credit: Gregor Kregar, ‘Fragmented Echo’, headland Sculpture on the Gulf 2015.


Walkway starts at end of Nick Johnstone Drive, Waiheke Island

 Fri, January 27, 2017 - Sun, February 19, 2017

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headland Sculpture on the Gulf will return from Friday 27th January till Sunday 19th of February on Waiheke Island.

headland Sculpture on the Gulf is New Zealand’s foremost outdoor sculpture exhibition, and aims to make a unique contribution to the cultural life of New Zealand Aotearoa by creating opportunities for people to experience the power and beauty of contemporary sculpture in the landscape.

Focusing on the very best of New Zealand art practice, over 30 new artistic concepts created specifically for the event will be shown along the stunning coastal headland route and nearby surrounds. Guided by terrain and place, both highly respected senior and more recently established New Zealand artists will transform a two kilometre section of headland from Church Bay towards Te Atawhai Whenua Reserve and Matiatia with ambitious and striking art works.

More info:

sculptureonthegulf.co.nz

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