With competition from the likes of Burning Man, this year's outdoor Frieze Sculpture Park is spectacular, probably the best looking outdoor sculpture area Frieze have staged for the past few years. The sculpture area is a beautifully curated exhibition by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park), and with free access running through to 8 January 2017, visiting what in effect is central London's largest outdoor art programme, should be on your to-do list, if you didn't manage to get to Regents Park and the Frieze Art Fairs last week.
The display is varied and interesting, and most importantly, visually intoxicating. There is a detailed app which is downloadable on the Frieze website which covers all the works available for sale.
Jean Dubuffet Tour Aux récits (after Maquette dated 19 July 1973) 1973, polyurethane paint on epoxy resin - Waddington Custot Galleries
Barry Flanagan Drummer 1996, Bronze - Waddington Custot Galleries
Conrad Shawcross Optic Cloak 2016 - Galvanised Steel and Stainless Steel - Victoria Miro
Hang Rui Women 2006 - 2012 - Copper Surface on Stainless Steel - Boers-Li Gallery
Claude Lalanne Le Chou de Milan 2016 Bronze - Ben Brown Fine Arts
Nairy Baghramian Treat 2016 - Marian Goodman Gallery
Elliot Lee founded his antique business in 1994. Having bought his first Antique piece at the tender age of eleven, it has since then been his passion for Antiques, Fine Art, and aesthetically beautif...