Frieze’s Sculpture Garden Will Appear From 14 September to 31 October in London

Frieze’s Sculpture Garden Will Appear From 14 September to 31 October in London

Frieze is planning to bring its Sculpture Garden to a park in London this September. The art set will include a statue of Annie Morris, Stoyan Dechev’s cloud, Event Horizon, Daniel Arsham’s bust, and other pieces.

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The 2021 Frieze Sculpture display will be the ninth such exhibition. The presented works will be devoted to topics related to architecture and environmental issues. The curator of Frieze Sculpture says the works of art relate to social and environmental issues and demonstrate a dexterous use of material. Frieze Sculpture 2021 will finally gather people together.

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The event is free to the public, and you can visit it in London’s Regent Park starting from 14 September to 31 October.

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