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"Sculpture by the Sea" er en australsk opfindelse og årligt tilbagevendende begivenhed, der blev afholdt for første gang i 1997 på Bondi Beach i Sydney.
Den danske udstilling i Aarhus, langs med kysten fra Tangkrogen til Ballehage, fandt sted i juni måned 2009, og var den første "Sculpture by the Sea" udstilling holdt uden for Australien.
I 2002 så Kronprins Frederik Bondi Beach udstillingen sammen med sin kæreste Mary. D.K.H. Kronprinsparrets begejstring for projektet førte til ønsket om, at en lignende udstilling kunne realiseres i Danmark. Det blev virkelighed i Aarhus i hundredåret for Landsudstillingen, der fra 15. maj til 15. september 1909 var en udstilling for industri, håndværk og kunst, hvor over 1800 udstillere fremviste deres produkter. "Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus" var et led i markeringen af Landsudstillingsjubilæet og begyndte der, hvor dele af Den Hvide By i sin tid lå. Udstillingen var arrangeret af ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. 
"Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus" afholdtes for sidste gang i 2015.

The "Sculpture by the Sea" exhibition is an Australian invention held for the first time in 1997 at Bondi Beach in Sydney.
The Danish exhibition was held for the first time in June 2009, and was the first "Sculpture by the Sea" exhibition outside Australia.
In 2002 the Danish Crown Prince Frederik saw the Bondi Beach exhibition together with his future wife Mary. The Crown Prince Couple's fascination of the project lead to a wish for a similar exhibition shown in Denmark. The seaside exhibition was produced by
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum
"Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus" was held for the last time in 2015.
 

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Gary Deirmendjian, "consumer temple - aarhus"

Australia

 
 
  Oliver van
den Berg,
"transmitter-tower"
 
Germany
 

Geoffrey Drake-Brockman, "counter"


Australia

 
 
  Ferreiro Badia, "kinitec interference"


Spain

 

The Glue Society,
"i wish you hadn't asked"


Australia

 
 
  The Glue Society,
"i wish you hadn't asked"


Australia

 

Hiroaki Nakayama, "came back"


Japan

 
 
  Hilde A. Danielsen, "upside down II"


Norway

 
Nina Bang Larsen "unidentified I/II/III"

Norway
 
 
  Morgan Jones "keyhole"


New Zealand

 

Vàclav Fiala, "chapel no. 2"


Czech Republic

 
 
  Jørgen Carlo Larsen, "ombygning"


Denmark

 

Keld Moseholm, "the obelisk"


Denmark

 
 
  Michael Le Grand "taiko"


Australia

 

Huge Ramage, "dazzle
bathers: harlequin,
x-man"


Australia

 
 
  Huge Ramage, "dazzle bathers: harlequin,
x-man"


Australia

 

Phil price, "nucleus"


New Zealand

 
 
  Bjorn Godwin, "nothing to see here, keep moving along"


Australia

 
Bjorn Godwin, "nothing to see here, keep moving along"


Australia

 
 
  Bjorn Godwin, "nothing to see here, keep moving along"


Australia

 
Claus Ørntoft  
 
  Orest Keywan, "rocky moon"


Australia

 

Toshio Lezumi, "M.110401"


Japan

 
 
  Marianne Jørgensen,
"sky"


Denmark

 

Per Victor
"Joy"
(øgleæg,
Joy Anne Hall agerede øgleunge)


Denmark

 
 
  Sasha Reid & Dominique
Sutton,
"melt"


Australia

 

Chen Wen Ling, "red memory-shy boy"


China

 
 
  Chen Wen Ling, "red memory-shy boy"


China

 

Lisa Anderson, "precious"


Australia

 
 
  Trine Maria Høy, "cradle of life"


Denmark

 

Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 
 
  Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 

Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 
 
  Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 

Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 
 
  Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 

Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 
 
  Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend "the adaptable migrant"


Australia

 

Tim Prentice, "easel windframe"


USA

 
 
  Anna Gunnarsdottir, "procreation"


Iceland

 

Poul Bækhøj, "screwing by
the sea"


Denmark

 
 
  Poul Bækhøj, "screwing by
the sea"


Denmark

 

Katja Bjørn & Philip Simmons & Harmut Stocker,
"widow's walk"


Germany

 
 
  Katja Bjørn & Philip Simmons & Harmut Stocker,
"widow's walk"


Germany

 

Nick Horn,
"the place for building chaos"


Australia

 
 
  Nick Horn,
"the place for building chaos"


Australia

 

Peter Tilley,
"the unexpected"


Australia

 
 
  ELIN & KEINO, "responsibility landscape"


Finland

 

Mehdi Yarmohammadi, "the bird"


Iran

 
 
  Alf Becker,
"going to
the beach"


Germany

 

Mark Nixon, "chimecco"


England

 
 
  Mitsuo Takeuchi, "transfiguration "wind" x"


Japan

 

Ilan Sandler, "beach chair"


Canada

 
 
  Hannah Streefkerk, "jellyfishes"


the Netherlands

 

Geoffrey Ricardo,
"anno domino"


Australia

 
 
  Geoffrey Ricardo,
"anno domino"


Australia

 

Geoffrey Ricardo,
"anno domino"


Australia

 
 
 

Geoffrey Ricardo,
"anno domino"


Australia

 

Marc Moser,
"sea pink"


Switzerland

 
 
  Marc Moser,
"sea pink"


Switzerland

 

Marc Moser,
"sea pink"


Switzerland

 
 
  Raquel Corona Justo, "observando la fantasía"


Mexico

 

Jean Downes, "they journeyed south"


Australia

 
 
  Emma Wise, "growth"


Australia

 
Nina Bang Larsen "unidentified I/II/III"

Norway
 
 
  Nina Bang Larsen "unidentified I/II/III"

Norway
 

Andrew Rogers, "from
optimism
to hope"


Australia

 
 
  Andrew Rogers, "from
optimism
to hope"


Australia

 

Tony Davis, "chimney totem"


Australia

 
 
  Tony Davis, "chimney
totem"


Australia

 

Bistra Lechevalier,
"in eau sang"


France

 
 
  Karin van der Molen,
"as it is in heaven"


the Netherlands

 

Ulrik Lund & Bo Mølgaard,
"ælling
(le canard inquiétant)"


Denmark

 
 
  Bruce Radke, "overture"


Australia

 

Hannah Kidd, "bruno the bicycling bear"


New Zealand

 
 
  Marcus Tatton, "quantum sequestion"


Australia

 

Keizo Ushio, "oushi-zokei 2011"


Japan

 
 
  Angela Conner, "rocking lady"


England

 

Pomona Zipser, "bridge"


Germany

 
 
  Koichi Ishino, "wind stone - earth and sky"


Australia

 

Peter Frimand, "afløb"


Denmark

 
 
  Meike Statts, "mules and one zebra"


Germany

 

Meike Statts, "mules and
one zebra"


Germany

 
 
  Meike Statts, "mules and
one zebra"


Germany

 

Esben Klemann, "roadblocks, building
element and pavement"


Denmark

 
 
  Kent Karlsson, "spectacle agnostico"


Sweden

 
Sculpture by
the Sea 2011
 
 
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the Sea 2011
 
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