How do you continue to present art in COVID-19 conditions? Probably by nurturing outside spaces and art parks. This is the challenge successfully taken up by Frieze.
“Rarely have our public spaces been quite so important for our mental and physical well-being, and this exhibition shines a light on sculpture in the open air, creating a place of inspiration and enjoyment” Clare Lilley, Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Curator of this edition of the Frieze Sculpture Park which opens on Monday 5 October said.
Presented at Regent’s Park, in London from 5 – 18 October, the display features twelve ambitious works by international artists that will kick off this year’s Frieze Week.
Artists on view include David Altmejd, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Gianpietro Carlesso, Eric Fischl, Lubaina Himid, Kalliopi Lemos, Richard Long, Sarah Lucas, Rebecca Warren and Arne Quinze.
Lubaina Himid and Kalliopi Lemos explore themes of equality and disruption, while Patrick Goddard, Richard Long and Arne Quinze highlight relationship with the organic and nature. Thrilling.
Image: Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, 2020, AD KEYWORDS, Courtesy of Pi Artworks and the artist