Frieze Sculpture 2022: Large-Scale Highlights

Five of our favorite pieces at the outdoor show in Regent's Park

Open now through 13 November and free to visit, Frieze Sculpture—curated by Claire Lilley—returns to London’s Regent’s Park for the 10th consecutive year. Sprawled throughout open greenery, each of the 19 large-scale sculptures proves itself to be as ideologically challenging as it is attractive, with sculptures exploring complex themes like environmentalism, materiality and the metaphysical. Spending time alongside all of these sculptures leaves visitors moved …

Frieze London 2022: Assemblage

Multimedia artworks that explore nature, gender, consumerism and more

The highly anticipated return of Frieze London left viewers with much to meditate on. This acclaimed Regent’s Park art fair served as a peek into the most magical and monumental pieces of the moment. While the sheer number of booths initially seemed overwhelming, the artworks they presented were able to invite the viewer to form more personal relationships. This year’s artists emphasized the increasingly present …

Artist Kalliopi Lemos Explains Her New London Sculptures, “The Plait” + “Bag of Aspirations”

From the Frieze Sculpture Park to Mayfair Art Weekend, the sculptor expands her Tools of Endearment series

Greek-born, London-based artist Kalliopi Lemos extends her Tools of Endearment sculpture series with two large-scale works which debuted during this year’s Frieze London—one as part of the fair’s sculpture park and another as part of the tangential Mayfair Art Weekend. Through these towering public pieces, Lemos intends to spark conversations about outdated perceptions of the role of women in society. These two works, “The Plait” (2020) and “Bag …