Tag: Public Art

22
Jul

“Targets” – Art Gallery of Western Australia

Commissioned from renowned Minang/Wardandi/Bibbulmun artist Christopher Pease, “Targets” is 34 metre long, 5 metre high artwork comprised of 56 individual perforated panels, now on permanent display on the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s (AGWA) rooftop. Described by AGWA as “one of the most significant commissions of a Noongar artist in Western Australian history…”, the piece forms a visible part of

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1
Jan

“Heaven” Sydney China Town Public Artwork

Located on the corner of Dixon Street and Little Hay Street in Sydney’s Chinatown, “Heaven” was first installed in 1997. Commissioned by the City of Sydney, the piece was designed by artist Peter McGregor, working with urban designer and architect Ken Maher, and architect and Feng Shui specialist Howard Choy. The artwork underwent a restoration in 2017 and is still

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1
Jan

“Ode to Pianowski” Artwork – Amiens, France

This striking piece uses side lit fibre optic cables and high powered lightsources by Digilin to create a 400m long illuminated artwork named “Ode to Pianowski”. Fibre optics were chosen for flexibility, durability and zero maintenance at high level installation. Artist Warren Langley was commissioned to create the piece by the City of Amiens for their Cultural Centre.   Artist:

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