Frieze Sculpture 2018

Frieze Sculpture is now open in Regent’s Park with works by 25 contemporary and modern artists presented by world- leading galleries. 

A Free Summer
Display of International Outdoor Artwork
in London’s Regent’s Park

4 July to 7 October 2018

Frieze Sculpture brings together 25 artists from five continents. Presented by international galleries, the 2018 artists are: Larry Achiampong, John Baldessari, Rana Begum, Yoan Capote, James Capper, Elmgreen & Dragset, Tracey Emin, Tim Etchells, Rachel Feinstein, Barry Flanagan, Laura Ford, Dan Graham, Haroon Gunn-Salie, Bharti Kher, Kimsooja, Michele Mathison, Virginia Overton, Simon Periton, Kathleen Ryan, Sean Scully, Conrad Shawcross, Monika Sosnowska, Kiki Smith, Hugo Wilson and Richard Woods.

New for 2018: Mtec will support young galleries and emerging artists to reach larger audiences, by enabling their participation in Frieze Sculpture. In 2018, Mtec will cover the costs of installation and de-installation for two galleries: Hannah Barry Gallery (London), presenting TREADPADS (2018) by James Capper and Copperfield (London) with PAN AFRICAN FLAGS FOR THE RELIC TRAVELLERS’ ALLIANCE (2018) by Larry Achiampong.

Frieze Sculpture is accompanied by a free Audio Tour by Clare Lilley in a new, freely downloadable app, produced in partnership with ARTimbarc. The app can be downloaded from frieze.com/sculpture.

New for 2018, the Frieze Sculpture Family Trail will help children explore the works on display. The guide can be picked up during new Family Days in the park, led by the Royal Society of Sculptors, taking place on 7 July, 28 July, 4 August and 25 August. Find out more here.

Clare Lilley said: ‘Last year, our first-ever summer Frieze Sculpture was a resounding success, with more than five million visitors enjoying exceptional sculpture by artists from around the world. The 2018 edition is just as expansive and diverse, so that the public and collectors alike can experience world-class artwork in the beautiful English Gardens, designed by Markham Nesfield in 1866. My hope is that the exhibition will give pause for thought as well as great pleasure, and that visitors to Regent’s Park will have a snapshot of the fantastic imagination of artists and variety of sculpture being made today.’

Image:

Rana Begum No. 814, 2018The Third Line Jhaveri Contemporary Kate MacGarry and Galerie Christian Lethert, Frieze Sculpture 2018

Photo by Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.