Cottesloe Beach’s annual outdoor sculpture exhibition, Sculpture by the Sea, is set to return to the iconic location from 5 – 22 March this year. Showcasing artworks from 70 artists, from 13 different countries, the exhibition brings culture and intrigue to the white sands of Cottesloe, as beachgoers and art-lovers alike can enjoy the free exhibition.
Thirty-five of this year’s works have been crafted by WA sculptors, including Ayad Alqaragholli and Tom De Munk-Kerkmeer, whose works are being exhibited for the tenth time at Sculpture by the Sea in March.
The exhibition is open all hours for 18 days between Mar 5-22, which leaves plenty of opportunity to visit, especially alongside a casual swim or fish & chips down by the beach. Artworks from previous exhibitions have ranged from the quirky, to the quizzical, the bold and the beautiful: there’s something for everyone to enjoy, including for children and families.
In previous years, the popular event has attracted an estimated 220,000 visitors, and thus will be operating with a COVID Event Plan to ensure the safety of people enjoying the artworks.