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KAWS, Final Days, 2013 | Photo: Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze Sculpture.
KAWS, Final Days, 2013 | Photo: Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze Sculpture.
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London's Outdoor Public Spaces are Ideal for Enjoying Free Sculpture This Summer

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Art & Design Editor
Updated: 5 July 2017
When better to enjoy London than in summer, when the city truly comes alive with a plethora of outdoor events. So to celebrate, Culture Trip have compiled a number of free outdoor art exhibitions, from Sculpture in the City to Frieze Sculpture, that are transforming London’s public spaces with ambitious, engaging and imaginative sculptures.
John Chamberlain, FIDDLERSFORTUNE, 2010 (Gagosian) at Frieze Sculpture 2017
John Chamberlain, FIDDLERSFORTUNE, 2010 (Gagosian) at Frieze Sculpture 2017 | Photo: Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.

Frieze Sculpture launches in Regent’s Park this July

Throughout the beautiful setting of the English Gardens in London’s Regent’s Park, 25 sculptures by 20th-century masters and leading international artists are being installed. From July 5, Frieze Sculpture will transform the park with works such as Eduardo Paolozzi, John Chamberlain, KAWS and Takuro Kuwata.

Read more about it here.

Gavin Turk, Ajar, 2011
Gavin Turk, Ajar, 2011 | © Gavin Turk; Courtesy of Aeroplastic Gallery; Photo: © Nick Turpin

Sculpture in the City in the Square Mile

Every year the public art programme, Sculpture in the City, places sculptures around the City of London’s Square Mile for all to enjoy throughout the summer. Launching on June 27, the seventh edition will display internationally acclaimed artists like Paul McCarthy, Gavin Turk, Ryan Gander and Damien Hirst amongst some of the city’s most iconic buildings, including the Lloyd’s building and the Leadenhall Building, also fondly referred to as the ‘Cheesegrater’.

Read more about it here.

David Breuer-Weil’s ‘Alien’ installed at St Pancras New Church
David Breuer-Weil’s ‘Alien’ installed at St Pancras New Church | Photo courtesy of Sam Roberts

London’s Green Spaces Have Been Invaded by Giant Sculptures

Until the end of July you can enjoy a showcase of intriguing bronze works by David Breuer-Weil in a number of London’s squares. Cavendish Square, Portman Square, St Pancras New Church,and the Economist Plaza, have all been taken over by Breuer-Weil’s dramatic monumental works for an innovative London-wide outdoor exhibition.

Read more about it here.