University for the Creative Arts (UCA) alumna Tracey Emin has a sculpture on display at this year’s Frieze London Sculpture Park.
Opening on 3 October, Frieze London will bring together more than 160 galleries from 36 countries, and Frieze Sculpture will run alongside, with artworks selected by Clare Lilley (Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park) and presented in collaboration with leading galleries from around the world.
This major public art display at the heart of London will bring together more than 20 international artists to present new and modern artworks in monumental scale, all placed around the English Gardens of Regent’s Park.
'When I Sleep' © Tracey Emin, White Cube, Frieze London 2019
One of the works selected for the display is Tracey Emin’s sculpture of a sleeping figure, When I Sleep (2018), which is being presented by the White Cube Gallery.
Jo Stella-Sawicka, the Artistic Director of Frieze London said: “Frieze Sculpture has developed into an unmissable annual destination for Londoners and international art lovers alike. The English Gardens will once again transform into a museum without walls, making an unparalleled quality of work accessible to all.
"Frieze Sculpture has always been exceptionally ambitious, and this year’s display will feature master of Pop Art, Robert Indiana, with a work which is also Frieze’s largest exhibited sculpture to date; alongside contemporary artists from the UK and all over the world such as Huma Bhabha and Tracey Emin.”
Opening 3 to 6 October 2019, Frieze London and Frieze Sculpture will take place in Regent’s Park, London. To keep up-to-date on all the latest news from Frieze visit www.frieze.com, and follow @FriezeArtFair.