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Yellow Peril Retires To South Melbourne

Yellow Peril Retires To South Melbourne

"Vault" Sculpture by Ron Robertson-Swann.  City Square, Melbourne, 1980. Known locally as The Yellow Peril, the controversial sculpture has been moved to several city locations over the years, and currently resides outside the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art... When it was first installed in Melbourne it was often referred to as the "Yellow Peril" ~M x

The old Melbourne square with "The Yellow Peril". I remember the "Lounge" where they had massive bean bags to rest in.

Controversial at the time and relocated from site originally designed for, Vault (popularly known as the Yellow Peril) is a public sculpture located in Melbourne, Australia. The work of sculptor Ron Robertson-Swann, Vault is an abstract, minimalist sculpture built of large thick flat polygonal sheets of prefabricated steel, assembled in a way that suggests dynamic movement.

Vault at Southbank, Melbourne pictured in Artist: Ron Robertson-Swann 1978

Vault next to ACCA, Melbourne

Tributes to controversial 'Yellow Peril' scattered across city

yellow peril melbourne - The Vault

In 1849, some Welsh Mormon pioneers had safely made it to Salt Lake City, bringing with them a reputation for beguiling and entertaining their fellow handcart-transporting travelers with songs from their homeland. Upon hearing the great music the Welsh pioneers had brought with them, Mormon prophet Brigham Young asked the leader, John Parry, a minister and musician from Newmarket in North Wales, where he had learned the songs. Parry reportedly ...

New album celebrates Mormon Tabernacle Choir's Welsh roots

This Pat Bagley editorial cartoon appears in The Salt Lake Tribune on Thursday, Dec.

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