The Art Fund launches Frieze Sculpture Park app

  • 16 October 2013

We've launched a nifty new app to help you make the most of the Frieze Sculpture Park at this year's art fair.

Chloe by Jaume Plensa Image © Mark Crick.

Chloe by Jaume Plensa

Frieze London and Frieze Masters are two of the most exciting art fairs in the world – a three-day extravaganza of contemporary and classic art. You don't have to be an art-collector to enjoy the diverse works on sale; better yet, the fantastic Sculpture Park is free to all.

The Art Fund has teamed up with Frieze to produce a free app for visitors to the Sculpture Park, which this year is displaying work by Yinka Shonibare, Rachel Whiteread and Jaume Plensa, as well as a Moorish lion and 500-year-old gargoyles. The app features an interactive map and an audio guide by Clare Lilley, the Park's curator and Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Find out more.

So what are you waiting for? Download the app now for free on iTunes or Google Play. 

Frieze London and Frieze Masters runs from 17 to 20 October at Regent's Park, London. Get 25% off day tickets with your National Art Pass.

Tags: What to seeEventswhat-we-do