Take an armchair tour of London’s Frieze Sculpture Park
Frieze Week might be a muted and mostly digital affair this year, but visitors can still enjoy a socially-distanced stroll through Regent’s Park to see Frieze London’s open-air sculptures.
A dozen monumental pieces dot the leafy English Gardens, including Lubaina Himid’s reclaimed doorways, and new sculptures by Kalliopi Lemos, Patrick Goddard and Arne Quinze.
Says Frieze Sculpture curator and director of programming at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Clare Lilley: ‘Rarely have our public spaces been quite so important for our mental and physical well-being, and this exhibition shines a light on sculpture in the open air, creating a place of inspiration and enjoyment where people can come together safely for conversation and exchange.’
Take a look at what’s on show until 18 October 2020, including a giant sandwich, concrete doors and an enormous braid of hair.