Frieze Sculpture Brings 22 Large-Scale Artworks to Regent’s Park

A Reza Aramesh Cor-Ten steel sculpture is on display in London’s Regent’s Park through October 8 in Frieze Sculpture. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze. Bronze footballs, aka soccer balls, are stacked 22 high. Pink aluminum looks like it’s twisted into an enormous pretzel. A cartoonlike character with X eyes stands 20 feet tall. These are just some of the large-scale entities visitors to the 395-acre grounds of Regent’s Park in London are encountering this summer. Artworks by Hank Willis Thomas, John Chamberlain, and Kaws, they are among 22 others for Frieze Sculpture, an outdoor exhibition that launched in 2005 as part of Frieze London. ...

Carpets Used as Canvases Go on View at the Katonah Museum of Art

Marilyn Minter, Cracked Glass, 2013, Hand-knotted New Zealand wool and silk, 126 x 94 ½ inches. Courtesy of the artist ...