One of Sydney's favourite art events will turn 22 this year as Sculpture by the Sea returns for 2018. Kicking off on Thursday, October 18, two clicks of Sydney's most picturesque coastline will be even more breathtaking as it's transformed into a living, breathing artscape.
Over 100 epic pieces from both Australian and international artists will be on show on the two-kilometre track linking Bondi and Tamarama beaches. While the full list of works is yet to be revealed, you can expect one piece from Anne Levitch, whose work Reality TV reflected the beach back onto itself at Sculpture by the Sea in 2016.
There's also the chance for a chinwag with the artists themselves at the Aqualand Artist Talks series, which will take place each Saturday and Sunday of the exhibition. Plus, it coincides with this year's Sydney Sculpture Conference to be held at the Opera House if you can't get enough of the art form. So keep your fingers crossed for good weather — the whole thing runs until November 4.
Image: Cool Shit, Damien Hirst Looking for Sharks. Shot by Trent van der Jagt.