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Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk

In 2008 Transfield Holdings augmented the cultural landscape of the Walsh Bay Precinct with the launch of the Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk, an outdoor exhibition of works from The Transfield Art Collection and loans from artists and private patrons.

The Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk also features Still Life with Stone and Car by American artist Jimmie Durham. This work was conceived as a piece of kinetic performance, with the crushing of ‘The Car’ staged on the Sydney Opera House forecourt as part of the 2004 Biennale of Sydney.  Durham’s work now sits on the Pottinger Street roundabout between two ‘Artwork Ahead’ road sign representations by Richard Tipping.

The Three Sisters triptych by Gordon Andrews, designer of Australia’s first decimal currency banknotes, stands henge-like in Pottinger Park. Michael Snape’s The Change and Diego Latella’s Red, White and Blue steel sculptures are displayed at Pier 8/9.

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The Transfield Foundation, a partnership between Transfield Services and Transfield Holdings, established in 2010 and concluded in 2015, had objectives in three prioritised areas.


Transfield has a tradition of arts benefaction spanning half a century.



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