Rose Wylie in Frieze Sculpture Park | David Zwirner
Installation view of a sculpture by Rose Wylie at Frieze Sculpture in London, titled Pineapple, dated 2020.

Rose Wylie in Frieze Sculpture Park

A show conceived as “a tonic for the mind, body, and soul”

Ahead of its fair in London, Frieze Sculpture opened to the public in Regent’s Park on September 14, featuring Pineapple (2020) by Rose Wylie

Curated by Clare Lilley, the exhibition brings together the work of eighteen artists, including Isamu Noguchi, Solange Pessoa, Anthony Caro, and the Johannesburg architectural studio Counterspace.

“As we learn to live with the pandemic and emerge into public spaces, Frieze Sculpture 2021 allows people to come together in safety and with pleasure and is a tonic for the mind, body, and soul,” Lilley wrote. 

The exhibition is on view at the English Gardens in Regent’s Park, London, through October 31.

Read more in Artnet

Image: Rose Wylie, Pineapple, 2020.

 

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