Sculpture Space

For the first time, the Fair included an outdoor Sculpture Space overlooking the Waitematā Harbour.  This area was enjoyed by visitors who were able to spend time outside at the Fair drinking and eating among the sculptures.

The Sculpture Space featured large scale sculptures by Fatu Feu’u, Chauncey Flay, Gill Gatfield, Gregor Kregar and Yolunda Hickman.

Chauncey Flay, Osterns Inversion I and Osterns Inversion II, 2021, New Zealand greywacke and steel, 3700mm H. Courtesy of the artist and Laree Payne Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Gill Gatfield, The Snake Charmer, 2012, black granite, 1950H x 500 x 100mm. Courtesy of the artist and Scott Lawrie Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Gregor Kregar, Fragmented Echo, 2014, stainless steel with corten steel base, approx. 4500 x 2200 x 2200mm. Courtesy of the artist and Gow Langsford Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Gregor Kregar, Reflective Lullaby – Phillip, 2021, stainless steel with corten steel base, approx. 5000 x 1500 x 1500mm. Courtesy of the artist and Gow Langsford Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Fatu Feu’u, Samoan Goddess, 2005, acrylic and oil on Macrocarpa, 2220 x 600 x 485mm. Courtesy of the artist and ARTIS Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Fatu Feu’u, Ukelele Island Sway, 2013, wood & iron, 2730 x 700 x 300mm. Courtesy of the artist and ARTIS Gallery. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.

Yolunda Hickman, Thicket (paisleydolphinsnakeskincarcondensationbottle
britishcamoufluagedogfireiceblockwoodlandalbatross), 2021, polyvinyl alcohol, resin, fibreglass and lacquer on marine ply, 280 x 140 x 140 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Sumer. Photograph by Luke Foley-Martin.