On the 20th of October, Sydney celebrated the opening of the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition decorating the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk with over 100 sculptures by artists from across the world. Champagne titan Perrier-Jouët joined in the festivities with the unveiling of The Enchanting Tree, and a special private twilight tour of the exhibition by artist Harrie Fasher in the Bondi Headland.
The Enchanting Tree is a sinuous sculpture which embodied the image of champagne overflowing – each branch of The Enchanting Tree coiled lightly around flutes of champagne which guests could pluck and sip from at their whim. The tour wound down with an intimate dinner at the Icebergs Dining Room and Bar where Head Chef Monty Koludrovi created a bespoke three course menu for the evening, paired perfectly with some of Perrier Jouët’s finest rosés.
Sculpture by the Sea is open to the public from the 20th of October till the 6th of November, 2016.
Sculpture by the Sea
Words by Christina Rae.
Photography by Ken Butti.