Lorne Sculpture Biennale

Victoria’s most prestigious sculpture event, the Lorne Sculpture Biennale is an iconic contemporary visual art event.

The Lorne Sculpture Biennale is a vibrant outdoor exhibition and associated events celebrating the best of Australian and international sculpture. A free public event held every two years, where the stunning Lorne foreshore becomes the picturesque pedestal for sculptures and the venue for a vibrant program of events.

Lucy Allinson, Darcey Bella Arnold, Matthew Bird and Charity Edwards, Richard Collopy, Nicholas Currie, Naomi Eller, Carly Fischer, James Geurts, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Anne-Marie May, John Meade, Kerrie Poliness, Elvis Richardson, Tina Stefanou, Studio Forrest, Chaohui Xie, and Yusi Zang.

Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2025 will build on previous iterations to showcase a series of site-responsive artworks, commissioning established and emerging artists to explore how contemporary art can respond to, articulate, and augment our experience of place.

Curated by Simon Lawrie, the artistic vision derives from the iconic geology of Gadubanud Country – the stratified landscape of the Great Ocean Road serves as an analogy for the fact that one place is many places, layered both physically and experientially through time, culture, and species.

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