Frieze Sculpture 2018

Frieze art fair, which lands in Regents Park in the Autumn is preceded by the brilliant and free Frieze Sculpture, now in its second year. The green surroundings of the English Gardens make a pleasant setting to take in the work of 25 artists from all over the world that are on display from now until October.

Penguin 2018 by John Baldessari (PA)

It would be a particularly good thing to take children to this summer – run around and spot John Baldessari’s giant penguin that looks as if it’s escaped from London zoo, Laura Ford’s joyous dancing girls in clogs and Richard Wood’s yellow pop art Holiday Home.

Richard Woods’s Holiday Home (Regent’s Park) (2018)

Grown up’s can access a free audio tour from curator Clare Lilley by downloading the Frieze Sculpture app, and for children there’s a new Family Trail to download. Better still, join a Family Day drop-in session in the English Gardens, Regents Park from 12-4pm on 7 July, 28 July, 4 August and 25 August.

What:
Frieze Sculpture Park
When:
4 July - 7 Oct 2018
Where:
The English Gardens Regent's Park, NW1 4NR
Price:
Free entry, exhibitions £10 or £5 with Tate Collective
— Daisy Allsup
4th July 2018