A British sculptor has won a place in one of Australia’s most important exhibitions as a result of an initiative to introduce the two countries’ art to each other. Suffolk-based Laurence Edwards will take part in Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney’s largest outdoor sculpture show, in November 2015, thanks to a dynamic three-year alliance that takes its next step in Cork Street at an exhibition that opens on June 24. The alliance has helped art businesses Messum’s and Mossgreen identify which British works appeal to Australian and Far Eastern buyers and which Australian artists have the ability to develop a British following. Messum’s are known as specialists in Modern British and Contemporary painting and sculpture as well as for coining the term British Impressionism. Now, under the guidance of father and son David and Johnny, the dealership have developed the new initiative with Paul Sumner,

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