11.10.2011

Des Hughes at the Frieze Sculpture Park 2011

Measure has just finished assisting Des Hughes make and install his three large scale versions of the Angry Pins work from the ‘Thems’ series of sculptures. Measure worked with Des on the recent show ‘Thems Please’  at 76 Chatsworth Road in Hackney. More details on that show here.

The Sculpture Park at Frieze Art Fair is located in the beautiful surroundings of the English Garden. It is within a three-minute walk of the main fair site and exhibits new works by both established and emerging artists represented by Frieze Art Fair exhibitors. This year, curator David Thorp once again selected the Sculpture Park. Entry to the Sculpture Park is free to the public.

David Thorp, selector of the Sculpture Park at Frieze Art Fair commented, ‘This year’s Sculpture Park continues to provide a fascinating cross section of sculpture being made today from the monumental to the socially engaged. The twelve works on display by established and emerging artists build on a dialogue begun in previous years, developing a debate about art in public places and the condition of sculpture as an evolving conversation that proceeds by example, as an exchange of ideas between artists and artworks.’

This year the following artists will be exhibiting in the Sculpture Park:
Neha Choksi
Johan Creten
Claudia Fontes
Alicia Framis
Tom Friedman
Gimhongsok
Des Hughes
Thomas Houseago
Eva Koťátková & Petr Koťátko
Will Ryman
Kiki Smith
Gavin Turk

Measure has just finished assisting Des Hughes make and install his three large scale versions of the Angry Pins at the Frieze Art Fair Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Park at Frieze Art Fair is located in the beautiful surroundings of the English Garden showing new works by both established and emerging artists represented by Frieze Art Fair exhibitors.