The Frieze Sculpture Park 2015

13 Oct 2015 – 10 Jan 2016

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Daily, 5am –9pm

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English Gardens, The Regent's Park

London, United Kingdom


  • English Gardens, The Regent's Park
  • (Entrance off Park Sq East or Chester Rd)
  • London
  • NW1 4NR
  • United Kingdom
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Set in the English Gardens and with free admission, the Sculpture Park is selected by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Featured international artists include Richard Serra, Conrad Shawcross and Carol Bove.


For the first time, the Frieze Sculpture Park is open to the public until 10 January 2016. Initiated in 2005 and now entering its second decade, the Sculpture Park will feature significant historical, modern and cutting-edge contemporary work by international artists. With free public access, the Frieze Sculpture Park gives visitors to The Regent’s Park a rare opportunity to encounter exceptional sculpture in the open air.

Works extended for 2015 include: 

Aaron Angell
'Shoe Chew' 2015 
RobTufnell gallery

Carol Bove
'Open Screen' 2014 
David Zwirner gallery

Haroon Mirza collaboration with Mattia Bosco
'Standing Stones (Solar Symphony 8)' 2015
Lisson Gallery

Kathleen Ryan
'More is More Snake Ring' 2015 
François Ghebaly Gallery

Richard Serra
'Lock' 1976-77
Peter Freeman, Inc. gallery

Conrad Shawcross
'The Dappled Light of the Sun IV' 2015 
Victoria Miro gallery

Gary Webb
'Dreamy Bathroom' 2014 
The Approach gallery

‘I am thrilled that Frieze has worked with the Royal Parks and Camden Council to extend the Sculpture Park, for Londoners to enjoy until mid-January 2016. The seven pieces remaining on view, including iconic works by Carol Bove, Richard Serra and Conrad Shawcross, will create a major free cultural attraction in the centre of London.’ – Clare Lilley

Launched in 2005, the Sculpture Park features works from both Frieze London and Frieze Masters, sensitively juxtaposing significant historical, modern and cutting-edge contemporary work by international artists. 

For the third year the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art, developed a dedicated app for the Sculpture Park, with detailed information on each of the sculptures and an audio guide by Clare Lilley. Download the app here. http://www.artfund.org/pages/frieze-sculpture-guide-app

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Conrad Shawcross

Richard Serra

Richard Serra

Kathleen Ryan

Carol Bove

Gary Webb

Aaron Angell

Haroon Mirza

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