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Giant egg and a pile of car bonnets appear in Regent's Park

Autonomous Morris by Zak Ove Photo: Frieze

London's largest free display of outdoor art has been unveiled in Regent's Park.

Frieze Sculpture 2019 features more than 20 international artists, inlcuding Tracey Emin and Huma Bhabha.

The large sculptures have been installed around the English Gardens in Regent's Park and include a set of giant numbers, a three metre high children's storybook character and mound of car parts.

Lars Fisk, Tudor Ball Credit: Frieze
ONE through ZERO, Robert INdiana Credit: Frieze

Frieze Sculpture has developed into an unmissable annual destination for Londonersand 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.

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 theworld such as Huma Bhabha and Tracey Emin.

– Jo Stella-Sawicka, Artistic Director, Frieze London
Joanna Rajkowska, The Hatchling Credit: Frieze
Emily Young, Solar Disc III Credit: Frieze

Participating artists for Frieze Sculpture 2019 are: Iván Argote, Ghazaleh Avarzamani, Huma Bhabha, Peter Buggenhout, Jodie Carey, Ma Desheng, Tracey Emin, Lars Fisk, Barry Flanagan, Charlie Godet Thomas, LeikoIkemura, Robert Indiana, Vik Muniz, Zak Ové, Jaume Plensa, BettinaPousttchi, Tom Sachs, Lucy Skaer, LR Vandy, Joanna Rajkowska, TaiJung Um, Bill Woodrow and Emily Young.

The sculptures will be on view until October 6 of this year.

Jaume Plensa, Laura Asia's Dream Credit: Frieze
Vik Muniz, Mnemonic Vehicle No. 2 Credit: Frieze