Frieze Sculpture: Celebrating Contemporary Art in Regent’s Park

Frieze Sculpture: Celebrating Contemporary Art in Regent’s Park
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Sinuous figures, minimalist forms, cryptic and captivating objects invade the spectacular English Gardens of Regent’s Park, designed by Markham Nesfield back in 1866: it’s Frieze Sculpture, an unforgettable cultural attraction during the London summer for some years now. A stage for noteworthy international galleries and a few, selected emerging galleries, more than an Art Fair, Frieze is, above all, an enormous open-air exhibition, a journey through the imagination of 25 artists that are representative of the various ideas, styles and materials that make up contemporary sculpture. In fact, this year’s works come from five continents and various generations, chosen by Clare Lilley to capture the attention of the collectors and the simple passersby of Regent’s Park. It will be the curator’s voice that accompanies visitors through the itinerary with a free audio-guide that can be downloaded to any smartphone, while itineraries custom-designed for children are the star of Family Days, when special guides from the Royal Society of Sculptors will be available to children.
Francesca Grego - © 2018 ARTE.it for Bulgari Hotel London