Brilliant And Bizarre Sculptures Transform Regent's Park Into A Free Open-Air Art Gallery

Brilliant And Bizarre Sculptures Transform Regent's Park Into A Free Open-Air Art Gallery
Lars Fisk, Tudor Ball, 2019, Marlborough. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze

Every October, Regent's Park hosts Frieze London art fair. But the art begins a couple of months before the fair itself kicks off, when the park is populated with sculptures that the public can visit for free.

Works from 23 contemporary and modern artists — including Tracey Emin and Tom Sachs — are now in place and are sticking around until the 6 October. Below are some photos of some of the pieces on show.

Tracey Emin, When I Sleep, 2018, White Cube. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze
Robert Indiana, ONE through ZERO, 1980-2002, Waddington Custot. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze
Vic Muniz, Mnemonic Vehicle No. 2, 2015, Ben Brown Fine Arts. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.
Tom Sachs, My Melody, 2008, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze
Leiko Ikemura, Usagi Kannon II, 2013-2018, Kewenig. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze
Zak Ove, Autonomous Morris, 2018, Lawrie Shabibi. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze

Frieze Sculpture is in the south east corner of Regent's Park — the closest station is Regent's Park. The sculptures are in place until 6 October 2019.

Last Updated 03 July 2019