Tag Archives: Regent’s Park


IMG_1760Litter // Leo Fitzmaurice // 2015 // The Sunday Painter

“Aw look at those cute bunnies over in the grass! I want to make sure we don’t miss those sculptures!” Those were the words I spoke to my friend when we entered the Frieze Sculpture Park (which is on view now until January 17, 2016). I assumed they were sculptures of bunnies. When I hopped over and saw the title Litter, I thought that makes sense, it’s a litter of bunnies. However, the title was much more clever. The bunnies are actually made out of trash bags. They are litter. This serves as a witty play on repurposing everyday objects as art.


FullSizeRender-14Stop and Frieze. It’s time for Frieze Art Fair London! Located in Regent’s Park is a massive white pavilion housing over 160 contemporary art galleries. Artists and galleries from around the world come to London to showcase their newest pieces. Winding through the various galleries you are sure to discover pieces that will make you stop and frieze. Frieze Art Fair ends tomorrow so be sure to check it out. Here are a few of my favorites.


FullSizeRender-16High at Windanesa // Mary Weatherford // 2015 // Flashe and neon on linen // 93 x 79 inches // David Kordansky Gallery


FullSizeRender-15Hub, London Studio // Do Ho Suh // 2015 // polyester fabric and stainless steel tubes // 84.33 x 119.49 x 74.92 inches // Edition of 3 // Lehmann Maupin Gallery