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McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park

McClelland is a truly unique art gallery and sculpture park set amongst 16 hectares of natural bushland. Since opening in 1971, it has operated as a private art institution governed by a board of Trustees. At McClelland, they showcase the value of Australian culture through a focus on sculpture and its connection to the environment. They are the only gallery dedicated to sculpture and spatial practice in Australia.

McClelland collects and safeguards a rich cultural legacy and extensive art collection, while presenting a diverse program of changing indoor and outdoor exhibitions with a focus on contemporary spatial practice. McClelland supports contemporary artists to develop, create and present their work, and manages a range of significant commission programs including the Southern Way McClelland Commissions, and previously the biennial McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award.

 

McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park

390 McClelland Drive Langwarrin VIC 3910

03 9789 1671

mcclelland.org.au

Wed to Sun 10am–5pm.
See our website for latest information.

McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park

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Welcome to the first iteration of our monthly book review series, where we share the latest curation of titles straight from the Art Guide Bookstore. With each instalment, we’ll celebrate what’s on offer in the world of Australian art book publishing.“Creativity is never an individual competitive practice.” Jane O’Sullivan reviews CoUNTess: Spoiling Illusions Since 2008, a recent book exposing the data on gender inequity in the arts.

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