The new co-commissioning initiative includes the participation of four cultural districts across the world, with local artists responding contextually to themes of global concern
The Peak Tramways Company, Limited is delighted to unveil a stunning public sculpture, named Eye of Infinity by Australian artist Lindy Lee. This 10-metre tall sculpture is inspired by Hong Kong's “spirit of ascension.
A place of quiet and ongoing reflection where we can recognise this devastating history together as a community whilst marking the forward-moving social progress made through ongoing changing attitudes in society.
‘bara’ forms part of the Eora Journey, a public art program for the City of Sydney that recognises and celebrates the living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The team of curators based throughout the US, Australia, and China specialize in public art curation, including the development of master plans, public art strategies and temporary programs, as well as the selection, briefing and engagement of artists across a variety of projects.
Artworks by 10 Prominent Chinese and International Artists Unveiled at the new Shanghai Library East
Centred around the uniting curatorial theme, ‘Mediums: The Development of Writing’, the featured artists include some of China’s biggest names in contemporary art, many of whom have helped lead and inspire China’s most influential cultural and artistic movements.
With a creative practice that explores language and pop culture through paintings, drawings, light works, installations, and musical performances, Melbourne-based artist Jon Campbell’s 2021 public art installation Backyard represents a stylised pop version of his childhood backyard in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
Through a synthesis of academic articles from international journals, this research identifies public art’s impacts, using categories that include placemaking, society, culture, economy, sustainability, wellbeing, wisdom, and innovation.
In its sixth iteration, UAP, in collaboration with five influential curators, has surveyed top public art projects of the year, reflecting trends and recurring themes that artists are addressing in different ways and in diverse locations globally.