9 JULY – 25 SEPTEMBER 2021

Situated just outside London, Albion Fields is a new sculpture park set within 50 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, parts of which have been rewilded - restored to their natural, uncultivated state. The grounds provide unique installation sitesfor artworks, spanning from open vistas to secluded woodland areas andpositions beside a natural lake.
All of the exhibited artworks are for sale, and the first exhibition, created inpartnership with Goodman Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, König Galerie andLisson Gallery, will present sculpture by twenty six leading contemporary artists;Adel Abdessemed, Vito Acconci, David Adjaye, Ghada Amer, Kader Attia, Daniel Buren, James Capper, Claudia Comte, Wim Delvoye, Ryan Gander, Douglas Gordon, Jeppe Hein, Cristina Iglesias, Alicja Kwade, Richard Long, John Pawson, Sarah Peters, Eva Rothschild, James Turrell, Joana Vasconcelos, Xavier Veilhan, Bernar Venet, Ai Weiwei, Rachel Whiteread, Richard Woods, Erwin Wurm.
The first installation of artworks at Albion Fields will be on view from 9 July - 25 September 2021, after which works will be rotated twice a year. Albion will welcome visitors to stroll along landscaped pathways to vantage points around the site. Permission to create the sculpture park has been granted by South Oxfordshire Council, and support for the project came from Sir Nicholas Serota, Lord Rothschild, Lord Vaizey, Sir Richard Long and Sir Anish Kapoor as well as the local MP JohnHowell.

© Courtesy KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, 303 Gallery, New York and Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen 
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Jonty Wilde