SCULPTURE COMMISSIONS FOR PENINSULA LINK UNVEILED
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.
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