David Shrigley – Anton Kern,   New York,   Photography Linda Nyland,   Courtesy Frieze

David Shrigley – Anton Kern, New York, Photography Linda Nyland, Courtesy Frieze

Photograph Linda Nyland Courtesy Frieze

Photograph Linda Nyland Courtesy Frieze

Marian Goodman,   New York Frieze London 2013 Photograph by Linda Nylind

Marian Goodman, New York Frieze London 2013 Photograph by Linda Nylind

Lili Reynaud-Dewar Photograph Polly Braden Courtesy Frieze

Lili Reynaud-Dewar Photograph Polly Braden Courtesy Frieze

Temple of Play,   Angelo Plessas Photograph Polly Braden Courtesy Frieze

Temple of Play, Angelo Plessas Photograph Polly Braden Courtesy Frieze

Lisson Gallery,   London Frieze London 2013 Photograph by Linda Nylind

Lisson Gallery, London Frieze London 2013 Photograph by Linda Nylind

Located in the beautiful surroundings of the English Garden, The Sculpture Park is within a three-minute walk of Frieze London and this year will exhibit contemporary sculptures alongside historical pieces, with new works by both established and emerging artists represented by Frieze London and Frieze Masters exhibitors.

Frieze Projects

Newly appointed this year, Nicola Lees is the curator of Frieze Foundation and has conceived a programme of commissions that centres around ideas of play and governance, focusing on how these exchanges can be brought to light through participatory contemporary art practices. Frieze Projects is the programme of artists’ commissions realised annually at Frieze Art Fair and supported by the Emdash Foundation.

The artists commissioned to make site-specific work for Frieze Projects 2013 are:Andreas Angelidakis,  Gerry Bibby,  Rivane Neuenschwander,  Ken Okiishi,  Angelo Plessas,  Lili Reynaud-Dewar and Josef Strau. The 2013 Emdash Award recipient is Pilvi Takala.