For the second year, Frieze Sculpture Park remains open beyond the Frieze art fairs in October so Londoners and tourists can enjoy a free exhibition in London’s Regent’s Park until January 2017. Clare Lilley – Head of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park – has made a varied selection of works by established and emerging artists including Nairy Baghramian, Lynn Chadwick, Jean Dubuffet, Zeng Fanzhi, Claude Lelanne, Conrad Shawcross and Renato Nicolodi.
Many of the works really respond to the park’s English Garden surroundings, no better than the new addition of French designer Claude Lelanne’s Pomme d’Hiver. And if experiencing the sculptures on a perfect London autumnal day wasn’t enough, why not try out your photographic skills at one of the Art Fund organised photography workshops (£16.23) that focus on outdoor sculpture. Taking place on Saturday 19th November and Saturday 7th January 2017, all you’ll need is your camera, warm clothing and crossed-fingers for a clear day.
Frieze Sculpture Park is on until January 8th, 2017.