Lindy Lee's monumental, The Life of Stars, has been acquired by the Art Gallery of South Australia. The acquisition is dedicated to Nick Mitzevich's tenure as Gallery Director at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Sullivan+Strumpf is delighted to announce The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) has acquired Lindy Lee's monumental sculptural work, The Life of Stars. The AGSA has dedicated the acquisition to the tenure of it's outgoing Gallery Director Nick Mitzevich, who has been announced as the next director of the National Gallery of Australia. The acquisition recognises Lindy Lee as among the most significant artists in the Asia-Pacific region.

The six-meter mirror-polished stainless steel work is currently installed in the AGSA's forecourt as part of Divided Worlds: The Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, curated by Erica Green. Made with the assistance of Urban Art Projects, the epic work has been realised in an edition of five, the first of which forms part of a major corporate collection in Shanghai.

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