Frieze London Announces Its Sculpture Park Selections, Including Hans Josephsohn, Sam Falls, Damián Ortega

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‘Pan’ (2006) by Sean Landers. (Courtesy moussemagazine.it)

The organizers of Frieze London 2012 have announced their selections for the Frieze Sculpture Park in Regent’s Park, curated by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The show will include new pieces by Hemali Bhuta, Andreas Lolis, Damián Ortega and Maria Zahle.

Good stuff! The full list of participants is available below:

Hemali Bhuta
Speed Breakers (2012)
Project 88 (supported by Creative India Foundation)

Adip Dutta
Nestled (2012)
Experimenter

Sam Falls
Untitled Sculpture (blue, burgundy, tangerine, teal, #5) (2012)
International Art Objects Galleries

Hans Josephsohn
Untitled (1970 – 2010)
Hauser & Wirth

Alan Kane and Simon Periton
eight fculptures (2012)
Ancient & Modern, Sadie Coles HQ

Yayoi Kusama
Flowers That Bloom Tomorrow (2011)
Victoria Miro

Sean Landers
Pan (2006)
greengrassi

Michael Landy
Self-portrait as Rubbish Bin (2012)
Thomas Dane Gallery

Peter Liversidge
Everything is Connected (2012)
Ingleby Gallery

Andreas Lolis
21st Century Relics (Composition in 7 parts) (2012)
The Breeder

Jean-Luc Moulène
Body Versus Twizy (2011)
Galerie Chantal Crousel
Collection Renault, France

David Nash
Black Light (2012)
Annely Juda Fine Art

Damián Ortega
Through /True Stone (2012)
White Cube

Anri Sala
Clocked Perspective (2012)
Hauser & Wirth

Thomas Scheibitz
Smiley (2009)
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Sprüth Magers Berlin London

William Turnbull
 Horse (1999)
Waddington Custot Galleries

Maria Zahle
Tree Stripe (2012)
Arcade