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Frieze London is open through the weekend and features a host of international galleries, artist and events. If you’re in the London area and haven’t been yet, or don’t want to spend the £33 for a day pass, not to worry. The Sculpture Park, located a three minute walk from the fair in the English gardens of Regent’s Park, is free to the public and features works by 20 contemporary artists from some of the world’s leading galleries. Highlights include a large wooden, toy-like dinosaur skeleton by Matt Johnson, a massive melancholy Pinocchio by KAWS, and a pair of picnicking emojis by Gabriele De Santis. Other names include Martin Creed, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, and Not Vital. If you feel so compelled, you can also download the Frieze Sculpture Guide app, which features information on the 20 featured works, plus an audio guide by the Director of Program at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Clare Lilley.