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Emily Young | Solar Disc I (2018) - Presented by Bowman Sculpture
Ghazaleh Avarzamani | Strange Temporalities (2019) - Presented by Ab-Anbar
Huma Bhabha | Receiver (2019) - Presented by Salon 94
Robert Indiana | ONE Through ZERO (1980-2002) - Presented by Waddington Custot
Tom Sachs | My Melody (2008) - Presented by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
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Frieze Sculpture Returns to The Regent’s Park

By Whitewaller

October 1, 2019

This year’s edition of Frieze Sculpture opened at The Regent’s Park over the summer in July, and is on view through the end of the fairs Frieze London and Frieze Masters. October 6 will be your last chance to see outdoor sculpture from more than 20 international artists including Tom Sachs, Bettina Pousttchi, Lucy Skaer, Emily Young, Tai-Jung Um, Bill Woodrow, and Jodie Carey. Director of programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park Clare Lilley selected the presented works, in collaboration with leading international galleries, to best interact with the landscape of the stunning English Gardens. Said Jo Stella-Sawicka, artistic director of Frieze London, “Thanks to Clare Lilley’s curatorial vision, Frieze Sculpture has always been exceptionally ambitious, and this year’s display will feature master of Pop Art, Robert Indiana, with a work which is also Frieze’s largest exhibited sculpture to date; alongside contemporary artists from the UK and all over the world such as Huma Bhabha and Tracey Emin. We’re also thrilled to build on our support for younger galleries and artists through the Mtec Bursary.”

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