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START 2016 London

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START is a platform that shines a spotlight on emerging artists and new art scenes. Organized by Parallel Contemporary Art and Saatchi Gallery, START takes place across all three floors of Saatchi Gallery and aims to enable collectors, curators, and the greater public to discover new artistic talent. The third edition of START will take place from 15 to 18 September 2016.
START creates the best possible showcase for young galleries and new artists by providing an elegant environment with museum-quality spaces. In 2015, START featured 38 galleries from across 23 countries. Alongside the Fair, START also featured four high quality curatorial projects. Japanese collective, teamLab, presented their UK premiere to overwhelming critical acclaim by media and visitors alike. Chim↑Pom, winners of the 2015 Prudential Eye Awards, also their first solo exhibition in London to great critical success. A selection of works from 'Singapore Eye' focused on the most innovative contemporary art being made in Singapore. The fourth curatorial project, 'This Is Tomorrow', featured galleries from around the world presenting solo exhibitions of artists who represent the next generation of international artists or work with issues arising from today's globalised landscape.
Exhibitors:
101/Exhibit (Los Angeles) - A.I. (London) - a.m space (Hong Kong) - AABRU ART (London) - Anima-Mundi (St Ives) - ar33studio (Venice) - Aria Art Gallery (London) - art ON Istanbul - ART+TEXT BUDAPEST (Budapest) - ARTE GLOBALE (London) - Artify Gallery (Hong Kong) - ARTWA (Seoul) - ATELIER AKI (Seoul) - Banana Long Gallery (Busan) - Bosse & Baum (London) - Candice Berman Gallery (Johannesburg) - Christine Park Gallery (London) - ContiniArtUK (London) - Céline Moine Gallery (Lyon) - Dastan's Basement (Tehran) - DREIPUNKT EDITION (Munich) - DSC Gallery (Prague) - ERDMANNCONTEMPORARY (Cape Town) - Exhibit 320 (New Dehli) - Faur Zsófi Gallery (Budapest) - Fiumano Projects (London) - FOLD (London) - Galerie Da-End (Paris) - Galerie Grand Siècle (Taipei City) - Galerie Huit (Hong Kong) - Galerie Mark Hachem (Paris) - Galerie T&L (Paris) - Gallery Jin Projects (Tokyo) - Gallery SoSo (Heyri) - Gibbons & Nicholas (Dublin) - JEALOUS (London) - Karavil Contemporary (London) - Karin Weber Gallery (Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Berlin) - Khaas Gallery (Islamabad) - LAMB Arts/ N Contemporary - Laurent Marthaler Contemporary (Montreux) - Lin & Lin Gallery (Taipei City, Taiwan) - LRRH_ (Cologne) - l’étrangère (London) - Meno Parkas (Kaunas) - Montoro12/SAPAR Contemporary (Rome/New York) - MOOKJI ART COLLABORATION - New Art Pojects (London) - Nová Galerie (Prague) - Officine dell’Immagine (Milan) - One East Asia (Singapore) - Pabellón 4 Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires ) - Project ArtBeat (Tbilisi) - SASHA D art gallery (Cordoba) - Skipwiths (London) - Syson Gallery (Nottingham) - The Cat Street Gallery (Hong Kong) - The Contemporary London (London) - THE LOFT at Lower Parel (Mumbai) - TNN GALLERY (Tbilisi) - Trace Project (London) - UNION Gallery (London) - Unit G Gallery (London) - Vietnam Contemporary (Hanoi) - Yusto / Giner (Marbella) - Z Angles Gallery (Cluj-Napoca) -

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15>18 September 2016

mpefm UNITED KINGDOM art fair
PUBLIC HOURS: Thursday 15 September 2015: 11am-6pm
Friday 16 September 2015: 11am-6pm
Saturday 17 September 2015: 11am-6pm
Sunday 18 September 2015: 11am-5pm
Last admission: 30 minutes prior to closing time.


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