The free indoor sculpture exhibition – in a heritage-listed former hospital precinct – features more than 30 works by award-winning and emerging artists, set against Manly’s rolling hills, historic glasshouse and Sydney Harbour.
Les Sculptures Refusees is an outdoor sculpture exhibition that showcases works that weren’t accepted into the much-loved Sculpture by the Sea, but still deserve to be seen and appreciated.
It’s a bit different this year though – rather than an open-air show on the rolling hills of Manly, the artwork is being dotted inside Q Station, a historic quarantine station and former hospital precinct that’s been heritage-listed and transformed into a boutique hotel.
This year’s featured artists include award-winners Ron Robertson-Swann, David Horton and Harrie Fasher, alongside past Les Sculptures Refusees exhibitors.
Entry and parking are free. Only open on weekends.