Regent’s Park Will Be Turned Into A Huge Sculpture Garden This October

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor

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Regent’s Park gets a proper art attack for Frieze Sculpture 2020.

As parks go, Regent’s Park is pretty well stocked, already boasting a zoo, boating lake, open air theatre, and somewhat bafflingly, a university. This autumn, they’ll add an armada of art to that list, as Frieze Sculpture takes up residence in the park’s English Gardens from October 5-18. Billed as “a museum without walls”, it’s always a highlight of the London art calendar, and whilst its arrival has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, the virus just can’t keep a good art show down.

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Frieze 2019. Photo: @stevey_ttt

Supremely cultured, and happily free to attend, Frieze Sculpture brings together the work of over 20 enviously talented artists, representing countries all over the world. Artists such as Lubaina Himid, Richard Long, and Rebecca Warren will all be providing a sculpture, and whilst the exact installations will be revealed in due course, we’re in for a treat based on the offerings of previous years.

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Frieze 2019. Photo: @friezeartfair

This being a pandemic year, the display will also have an online presence, with the Frieze Viewing Room platform allowing art fans from around the world to take a peek at it. Meanwhile, those daunted by all that modern art can follow a free Audio Tour around the festival. Well worth a visit if you find yourself in Regent’s Park!

Find out more from the Frieze website.

Featured image: @friezeartfair

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