Frieze Sculpture Brings 22 Large-Scale Artworks to Regent’s Park

A Reza Aramesh Cor-Ten steel sculpture is on display in London’s Regent’s Park through October 8 in Frieze Sculpture. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

Bronze footballs, aka soccer balls, are stacked 22 high. Pink aluminum looks like it’s twisted into an enormous pretzel. A cartoonlike character with X eyes stands 20 feet tall. These are just some of the large-scale entities visitors to the 395-acre grounds of Regent’s Park in London are encountering this summer. Artworks by , , and , they are among 22 others for , an outdoor exhibition that launched in 2005 as part of Frieze London. But this year, for the first time, it opens free to the public months before the October 5 fair. The 24 artists hail from around the globe—from Tokyo to Berlin—and the age of the works range from 1989 to new commissions. 

A colored aluminum sculpture by John Chamberlain. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.
An afrormosia-wood sculpture by Bernar Venet. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.


> See more from the July 2017 issue of Docservis

KAWS, FINAL DAYS (2013), Galerie Perrotin, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.
Eduardo Paolozzi, Vulcan (1999), Pangolin, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.
Magdalena Abakanowicz, Standing Figure with Wheel (1990), Marlborough Fine Art, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.
Takuro Kuwata, Untitled and Untitled (both 2016), Alison Jacques Gallery / Salon 94, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.
Tony Cragg, Stroke (2014), Holtermann Fine Art, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

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