McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park

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McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park
Established 1971
Location Langwarrin, Melbourne, Australia
Coordinates 8°46′27″S 145°10′28″E / 8.774167°S 145.174444°E / -8.774167; 145.174444
Type Art museum
Visitors 130,000
Director John Cunningham[1]
Website http://www.mcclellandgallery.com/

McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park is a sculpture and exhibition space for modern and contemporary art in Langwarrin near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The now called McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery displays the works of over 100 by prominent Australian sculptors in 16 hectares of bush and landscaped gardens.[2]

Permanent Collection[edit]

  • Bruce Armstrong : City (1987)
  • George Baldessin : Untitled (1966/67)
  • Geoffrey Bartlett : The rise of the flowering plants (1984)
  • Ewan Coates (1965, Melbourne) : Three pillars of instant gratification (2007)
  • Peter Corlett (1944) : Tarax Play Sculpture (1969), La Stupenda (2003)
  • Vincas Jomantas (1922-2001) : Landing object II (1992)
  • John Kelly (1965, Bristol (U.K.) : Maquette for a public monument (2003), Untitled (2006)
  • Inge King (1918, Berlin): Flight Arrested (1964), Jabaroo (1984), Island Sculpture (1991)
  • Clifford Last (1918 - 1991) : Metamorphosis II (1987)
  • Michael Le Grand: Schism (2006)
  • Clement Meadmore (1929, Melbourne) : Paraphernalia (1999)
  • Robert Owen: Double Vision Nr. 2 (2003)
  • Adrian Page : Torus - Hidden and revealed (2003)
  • Lenton Parr (1924 - 2003, Melbourne): Custom House Screen
  • Phil Price (1965, Nelson, New-Zealand): Ratytus (2005)
  • Anthony Pryor (1951 - 1991, Melbourne): Sea Legend (1991-2000)
  • Norma Redpath (1928, Melbourne) : Untitled (1964), Desert Arch (1968), Landscape Caryatid (1980/85)
  • Ron Robertson-Swann (1941, Sydney) : Turn (1988), Lunar chariot (2003)
  • Lisa Roet (1967, Melbourne) : White Ape (2005)
  • Peter Schipperheyn (1955, Melbourne) : Thus Spake Zarathustra (2006)
  • Ken Unsworth (1931, Melbourne) : Annulus of stones (2007)
  • David Wilson (1947, Londen): Black Vessel (1977), Earth (1978), Dry pool (1979), Shore column (1981), Stump stall (1985) en Around the mirror (1987)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Grant, Katrina (29 April 2015). "John Cunningham appointed as new Director of McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery". Melbourne Art Network. Retrieved 28 March 2016. 
  2. ^ Visitor map

External links[edit]

Photo gallery[edit]