Dictionary of Sydney: John Kaldor

A new exhibition/retrospective at the Art Gallery of NSW is celebrating works supported by Sydney patron of the arts John Kaldor over the past fifty years. Mark Dunn from Dictionary of Sydney joins us to talk Kaldor’s history of involvement in public art in Sydney, including the wrapping of Little Bay in plastic by Christo back in the late 1960s and the giant plant Puppy by Jeff Koons that helped put the Museum of Contemporary Art on the map in the 1990s.

Find out more about the exhibition on John Kaldor’s website.

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