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Look what washed up on the shores of this beach!

October 25, 2018 08:20 IST
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From a giant buddha-like man on a cliff to works made using 3D printers, Sydney's Sculpture by the Sea is back and serving up its usual, unusual selection of works.

Now in its 22nd edition, the exhibition turns one of Australia's most iconic stretches of coastline into a huge outdoor sculpture park.

Let's take a look at some of the weird and wacky creations to wash up at this year's event.

This work titled Looking For Sharks by Damien Hirst is part of the exhibition. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Visitors take a selfie against a sculpture titled Horizon by artist Mu Boyan, part of the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Sydney. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

People are intrigued by this five-metre tall bronze walking man. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

A viewing platform to see nothing? Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

'Microcosm' by Goldberg Aberline Studio makes an appearance. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Shifting Horizons by artist April Pine at the exhibition on the beach. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Joggers run past an artwork titled Flame by Sally Stoneman. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Whisking the waves into a frezy? Naah.. that's Curating the Waves by artist Gavin Younge. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Freedom by Michael Snape is seen as part of Sculpture By The Sea. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

The art exhibition draws in about 500,000 visitors each year to see more than 100 sculptures by artists from around the world. It’s described as the largest annual sculpture exhibition in the world and is hugely popular with both travellers and Sydney locals. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
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