The bitter dispute caused that the organizers of the popular Sculptures by the Sea event threatened to transfer him from Bondi.
The outdoor art exhibition takes place along the path of the Bondi ocean to Tamarama in Sydney, each October.
But the Waverley Board will create a new path in one section, allowing better access for people in wheelchairs and prams.
The path will follow the edge of Marks Park on the ridge overlooking the ocean.
But the organizers and artists who say the place is the best place to display a job say that it just will not work.
"If they build this path as planned, we will not see how Sculpture by the Sea can happen next year," said organizer David Handley.
"It will take away the insides of this show if the path goes on."
Artist Juan Pablo Pinto of Cave Urban said: "It's an intersection between the blue sky, the sea and the green blanket of grass."
The Waverley Council announced that it was spending $ 145,000 a year for this event.
It is said that the organizers exaggerate the impact of the new path.
Waverley's council, Major John Wakefield, said: "One can suggest, for example, the simple transfer of some sculptures. Two meters to the left or two meters to the right will solve the problem.
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