Bizarre creations inhabit London

Bizarre creations inhabit London

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Art in all its remarkable forms will greet you in London Regent’s Park from October 14 – 17 at one of the world’s leading contemporary art fairs, the Frieze Art Fair.

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The famous Sculpture Park will be back this year, with works placed throughout the beautiful English Gardens area of Regent’s Park. Admission to Sculpture Park is free and it will give you the unique opportunity to see astonishing contemporary sculptures – from the large and unusual to the small and intriguing – back-dropped by the City’s most captivating Royal Park.

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The Frieze Art Fair will give you the opportunity to discover, explore and acquire contemporary art from over 1,000 of today’s leading artists. This enchanting event is orchestrated by the publishers of Frieze magazine, renowned contemporary art and culture magazine, which will be exhibiting pieces from 160 of the most exciting galleries in the world, like Cheim & Read in New York and Galerie Kamel Mennour in Paris. Tickets to Frieze Art Fair are from 21 euros.

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 And it isn’t only the grown-ups who are welcome to this art fair, thanks to Frieze Education there are family tours around all of the exhibitions.

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Also, look out or listen out for this year’s Frieze Talks, aimed at enlightening and entertaining you with keynote lectures, discussions and debates on every arty and creative topic you can imagine. Last year, for example, the genre of queer art and the issues surrounding this genre were explored in the compelling discussion “Feeling Used: The Appropriation of Sexuality”.

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And once the paint brushes are packed away and the Park is closed for the night continue your adventure at the Silver Award winning The Caesar Hotel 4*, home to an astonishing collection of Roman and Syrian mosaics, a hotel dedicated to art and culture, and only a minute away from Hyde Park.

 

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