Sculpture commissions for Peninsula Link unveiled - Art Collector

16 January 2013 | Three monumental commissioned sculptures have been installed along the new Peninsula Link freeway in Melbourne.

The main commission was awarded to Louise Paramor, whose 16.5 metre tall
Panorama Station will be permanently located on the freeway's EastLink interchange.

Dean Colls' work
Rex Australis: The King is dead, long live the King and Phil Price's Tree of life will be the first installment in a series of temporary sculptures to be situated near the Skye Road and Cranbourne Road exits. After four years these sculptures, commissioned by the McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park, will become part of the park's permanent collection.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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