Louise Schwartzkopff wrote in yesterday's Sydney Morning Herald:

WITH war graves to one side and Anglican tombstones to the other, an exhibition of contemporary sculpture at Rookwood Cemetery is raising eyebrows.

Scattered over the cemetery's Remembrance Lawn, the works in Hidden: A Rookwood Sculpture Walk include a skull made from white bricks, a hanging mobile of bloodshot plastic eyeballs and a sequined hand resembling Michael Jackson's famous glove clawing out of the earth.

The organisation behind the exhibition, the Rookwood Anglican and General Cemetery Trust, hopes it will draw people into the cemetery

The full article is here...