Frieze Sculpture Park 2016

Open in The Regent’s Park from 5 October 2016 – 8 January 2017, with free entry to all

Selected by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park), the Frieze Sculpture Park will feature 19 major artists including Conrad Shawcross, Claus Oldenburg, Nairy BaghramianEd Herring, Goshka Macuga and Lynn Chadwick. World-leading galleries participating in Frieze London and Frieze Masters will extend their shows beyond the fair, dramatising the landscape of The Regent’s Park, with 19 large-scale sculptures and installations remaining on view until 8 January 2017. 

Historically only showing during the days of the art fair, this year's planning application confirms the Frieze Sculpture Park as a new fixture on London's cultural calendar, and one of the largest free outdoor art programmes in Central London.  

For the first time, programming partner Art Fund will host regular workshops for the duration of the outdoor exhibition. Art Fund will also produce a dedicated app with detailed information on each of the sculptures and an audio guide by Clare Lilley. The Frieze Sculpture Guide App will be available for download from 5 October.

Sculpture Park map:

Full List of works

Nairy Baghramian
Treat, 2016
Marian Goodman Gallery
S17

Fernando Casasempere
Second Skin, 2016
Parafin
S8

Lynn Chadwick
Stranger III, 1959
Blain|Southern
S6

Jose Dávila
Joint Effort, 2016
Travesia Cuatro Gallery
S9

Jean Dubuffet
Tour aux récits, (after maquette dated 19 July 1973) 1973
Waddington Custot Galleries
S13

Zeng Fanzhi
Untitled, 2016
ShanghART Gallery
S3

Barry Flanagan
Drummer, 1996
Waddington Custot Galleries
S12

Ed Herring
Zinc-plated wood, 1969
Richard Saltoun Gallery
S18

Henry Krokatsis
Kabin, 2016
Vigo Gallery
S2

Claude Lalanne
Pomme d'Hiver, 2015
Ben Brown Fine Arts
S7

Goshka Macuga*
International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation, Configuration 11, Last Man, 2016
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle
S19

Eddie Martinez
half stepping hot stepper, 2016
Timothy Taylor
S4

Matthew Monahan
Neptune (Rescue), 2016
Massimo De Carlo
S1

Renato Nicolodi
Omnium Memoria I, 2016
Axel Vervoordt Gallery
S11

Mikayel Ohanjanyan
Senza Titolo, 2016
Tornabuoni Art
S14

Claes Oldenburg*
Fagend Study, 1975
Luxembourg & Dayan
S5

Eduardo Paolozzi
Trishula, 1966 Kalasan, 1973–4
Bowman Sculpture
S15

Huang Rui
Women, 2006–12
Boers-Li Gallery
S16

Conrad Shawcross
Monolith (optic), 2016
Victoria Miro
S10

 

* On view only during Frieze Week (3-9 October 2016) 

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