Summer 2023 guide to seeing art outdoors

The Line Art Walk London: Art School Prints Guide 2023
The Line is an ambitious public art project in East London that connects Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and The O2, following the waterways and the line of the Greenwich Meridian. Its outdoor exhibition programme offers a journey through a dynamic urban landscape where everyone can explore art, nature and heritage for free.
Serpentine Pavilion 2023 by Lina Ghotmeh, Serpentine Galleries, Art School Prints Guide 2023
The design of the Serpentine Pavilion 2023 emerges from architect Lina Ghotmeh’s aspiration to develop our primal relationship with the Earth into a sustainable one. Inspired by Ghotmeh’s Mediterranean heritage and lively discussions around the table over current affairs, politics, personal lives, and dreams, the Pavilion is titled À table – a French call to sit together at the table to share a meal and enter into dialogue.
Irwell Sculpture Trail, Art School Prints Guide 2023
If you are looking for a trip outside London we also have you covered.
Why not discover the amazing public art that South Tyneside as to offer? 
Or walk the Irwell Sculpture Trail, where you can view 70 artworks from Bacup to Salford Quays.
Inside the 18th-century splendour of Thirsk Hall and its fascinating  sculpture garden | House & Garden
Top of our list currently is Thirsk Hallwho opened their private gardens to the public a few years ago (for the first time in nearly 300 years!). Run by dealers and art consultants Daisy Bell and Bill Gerrish, this beautiful Yorkshire estate has an onsite gallery, Gallery One, as well as an impressive sculpture garden, which includes works by Jeff Lowe, Austin Wright and Emily Young.    
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Art School Prints Guide 2023
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of the most wonderful places we have ever been to experience outdoor art. Situated in the 18th-century Bretton Hall estate in West Yorkshire, this leading international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture has over 100 sculptures and installation from some of the world’s leading artists. This summer they are hosting Curiosity & Wonder, a a packed programme of events and activities for all ages, exploring materials, the lifelong importance of play and engaging with the world around us in imaginative ways. Sparking moments of shared creativity, wonder and delight, there is something for everyone to enjoy, with free activities from a family rave, wax and clay sculpting, and live music to huge clouds of bubbles. The best part is that they are all fee with your admission ticket. Our very own Alice Irwin has one of her sculpture's 'Streaky Dancer' on display but don't worry if you can't get there before the exhibition ends as it will be spending some time   500-acre parkland.
Chatsworth Mirror Mirror, Art School Prints Guide 2023
This year's exhibition at Chatsworth, Mirror Mirror: Reflections on Design (until 1st October), reflects on 500 years of creativity and innovation at the stunning home and gardens. The exhibition places original works in direct relationship to the historic design at Chatsworth, creating unexpected connections with the house’s architecture, interiors, furniture, ceramics, as well as its essential materials of glass, stone, wood, and light.

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