It’s a sunny, crisp autumn day here in London and the Regent’s Park is looking particularly beautiful. I’m in a part of the park called the English Garden to see the Frieze Sculpture Park, it’s a free event and is part of the bigger Frieze Art Fair which was on back in October. The Sculpture Park is open until 10th January next year. There are 16 works by international artists that have been selected by Clare Lilley, the Director of Programme at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
If you’re visiting the Sculpture Park and would like more information about the exhibits you can download a free audio tour, the Frieze Sculpture Park Guide app from iTunes or Google Play.
Rather than write about every piece in detail I’ve decided to show them all in pictures as I feel that’s how they are best seen. I hope you enjoy the pictures and get the chance to visit yourself.
For the observant amongst you you’ve probably noticed that there’s only 14 pieces of artwork shown in my pictures, quite honestly I don’t know why I’ve missed the other two I actually thought I’d seen and photographed them all…ooops!
The Frieze Sculpture Park is open now until January 10th 2016.