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.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.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.
Main image: John Baldessari’s penguin by Stephen White