Frieze Sculptures is free all summer in Regent’s Park

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Diverse and striking works by international artists in the part of the park that rubs up alongside Euston


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John Baldessari at Frieze Sculptures
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J

ust on the eastern side of Regent’s Park is an eye-catching display by 25 international artists from across five continents. And it’ll cost you absolutely nothing.

Frieze Sculpture has become a key moment in London’s cultural calendar: 2017’s edition had a whopping 5 million visitors.

No. 814, 2018 by Rana Begum at Frieze Sculptures
No. 814, 2018 by Rana Begum. Photo: Frieze
The roster of artists this year is 100% A-list and includes Tracey Emin, Rana Begum, and Conrad Shawcross.

Many of the works are playful, colourful and interactive: in particular don’t miss Richard Woods’ cartoonish Holiday Home (fresh from a recent appearance in a skip off Hoxton Square), and John Baldessari’s rather inquisitive penguin.

Holiday Home by Richard Woods at Frieze Sculptures
Holiday Home at Frieze by Richard Woods. Photo: Stephen White
In short, it’s an arty stroll that’s well worth an hour of your time. When you’re done you could even pop by secret cocktail bar Shaker & Company for a reviving tipple. It’s thirsty work, after all.

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Free, until 7th October, Regent’s Park NW1, more info here.

Main image: John Baldessari’s penguin by Stephen White


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