In Pictures: See the Colorful, Cheeky Outdoor Art of the 10th Annual Frieze Sculpture

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In London, a momentous change is underway following the death of Queen Elizabeth II—but there is some stability in the ever-faithful art fair calendar. That’s right, Frieze Week is upon us.

And that also means that Frieze Sculpture has opened its tenth edition in the Regent’s Park. Curated by Yorkshire Park Director Clare Lilley, the show features 19 international artists including Ugo Rondinone, Beverly Pepper, Jordy Kerwick, Alicja Kwade, and Robert Indiana.

“Each year I set out to make a show that serves one of the world’s leading art fairs, as well as those who might never before have considered looking at sculpture,” Lilley said in a statement reflecting on the last decade curating Frieze Sculpture. “No two Frieze Sculptures are the same but all are a paean to sculpture in the open air.”

The event was meant to coincide with two others: Sculpture in the City, an annual display of works placed throughout the City of London; and the Fourth Plinth unveiling in Trafalgar Square. Due to the death of the Queen, the Fourth Plinth event was postponed until further notice.

See pictures from the exhibition below.

Ron Arad, Dubito Ergo Cogito (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Ron Arad, Dubito Ergo Cogito (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Tim Etchells, Don't Look Back (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Tim Etchells, Don’t Look Back (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Peju Alatise, Sim and the Yellow Glass Birds (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Ugo Rondinone, yellow blue monk (2020). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Ugo Rondinone, yellow blue monk (2020). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Frieze Sculpture 2022, London. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

John Wood and Paul Harrison, 10 signs for a park, (2022). Courtesy of Galeria Vera Cortês. Photo Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

George Rickey, Five Lines in Parallel Planes (1966). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Matthew Darbyshire, Hercules Meets Galatea (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Matthew Darbyshire, Hercules Meets Galatea (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Ro Robertson, Drench (202). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

N.S. Harsha, Desired for – Arrived at (2021). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Alicja Kwade, <i>Tunnel-Tell (Ceci Sera)</i> (2020). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Alicja Kwade, Tunnel-Tell (Ceci Sera) (2020). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

John Giorno, SPACE MIRRORS MIND (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Ida Ekblad, BOOK OF BOREDOM (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Shaikha Al Mazrou Red Stack (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Robert Indiana, Imperial LOVE (1966-71)

Robert Indiana, Imperial LOVE (1966-71). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Beverly Pepper, Curvae in Curvae (2013-18). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

Jordy Kerwick, Vertical Plane Me (2022). Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy Frieze and Linda Nylind.

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