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Frieze Sculpture Tour - Meet the Artists

With Reza Aramesh, Michael Craig-Martin, Thomas J Price & Emily Young hosted by Louisa Buck

Join us for a private tour of Frieze Sculpture in the English Gardens of London’s Regent’s Park on Saturday 9 September, in the company of four of the 25 artists featured this year: Reza Aramesh, Michael Craig-Martin, Thomas J Price and Emily Young hosted by Louisa Buck. From the playful to the political, these works encourage new thinking on the social role of sculpture and the way it reflects on the human condition.

The artists will offer their personal motivations behind each of their works, from inception, through to the material process, and details on scale and technique. Afterwards, participants will be transported to The Mandrake Hotel, where there will be the chance to further explore the artistic practice and context of these contemporary sculptors in a Q&A session, followed by a Ruinart brunch on the terrace.

Book your Private Tour tickets here.

Main Image: Reza Aramesh, Metamorphosis - a study in liberation (detail) 2017. Photograph by Stephen White.

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