Source –Time Out
Article by Bianca O’Neill
10th of May 2022
Melbourne hasn’t had a dedicated late-night cultural event – until now. The inaugural Art After Dark kicks off for two days only, Friday May 13 and Saturday May 14, with a series of exciting events set to light up the city.
Not all galleries need to be housed inside a building. Pt Leo Estate’s Sculpture Park is 330 acres of undulating landscape dotted with 60 large-scale sculptural works from an impressive list of talent, including KAWS, George Rickey, Tony Cragg, Inge King, Boaz Vaadia, Tomnakatsu Matsuyama, Barry Flanagan, Julian Opie, Bruce Armstrong and Lenton Parr.
The constantly evolving lineup of artists added their epic 5.5m tall work ‘Share 2020’ by prolific artist Kaws back in 2020 – but after being locked inside for a few years now, it still seems like a newbie for us Melburnians.
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