b. Palmer Sculpture Biennial 2020

The Biennial has established itself as a major sculpture event in Australia. We believe it is now, as a national sculpture event, the second longest running, continuous sculpture exhibition in the history of sculpture in Australia. Only Sculpture By The Sea, Bondi has a longer continuous history.

The Ninth Palmer Sculpture Biennial will open on Saturday March 14th

The gate will be opened at 12:00, and at 1:00 pm the Biennial will be opened by Ian Hamilton.
At 4:00 pm, the Verandah Music Event will commence. It will feature the music of Andrew Allanson, Kelly Menhennet, Jennifer Lush, Aaron Thomas, and The Yearlings.

The Biennial will be open until Sunday April 12th

The Biennial will be open on Wednesday afternoons from 2:00 to 5:30pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 5:30pm until Sunday April 12th.
Visitors may walk through the Landscape and view the sculptures at leisure. But those who find walking difficult can be driven around the Biennial in a 4WD vehicle.

Digital Camera

Astra Parker  –  Return to Whole –  2010 Palmer Sculpture Biennial

Location, Suggestions and Hints

We are 3.5 km from Palmer down the Davenport Road which starts opposite the Hotel at Palmer on the way to Mannum. It is a good idea to take walking shoes, water and a hat.
There is space for parking outside the front gate and people to help visitors just inside it. They will be able to provide maps of the premises indicating where the works are located.
There is absolutely no smoking allowed in the Landscape.

The Artists

These are the artists who’s works you will see at the 2020 Palmer Sculpture Biennial:

Overseas artists: Carlotta Brunetti from Germany and Titus Eichenberger from Switzerland.

Interstate artists: Geoffrey Bartlett from Victoria, David Jensz,  Ron Robertson-Swann and Tamsin Salehian from New South Wales and Marcus Tatton from Tasmania.

South Australian artists: Alexander Arcus, David Atkins, Steven Bellosguardo, Jan Clifford, Elizabeth Close, Steven Cybulka, Maarten Daudeij (South Australia/Netherlands), Ian Hamilton, John Hayward, Greg Johns, Chris Ormerod, Astra Parker, Will Powrie, Georgia Scott-Mills, Deb Sleeman, Nicholas Uhlmann, and Clancy Warner.

Emerging Artist (South Australia):  Georgia Scott-Mills.

Honoured Artist (New South Wales):  Ron Robertson-Swann.

Powrie Rock

Will Powrie  –  Detail form “Hanging Star”  –  2016 Biennial

 


 
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