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  • Art
  • Contemporary art
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Filwa Nazer, 'Untitled (from the Children series)'. Courtesy the artist and Hafez Gallery, Jeddah
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Jonny Briggs, 'The Cage', 2013. Courtesy the artist and Ncontemporary, London
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Park Kyung Ryul, 'A Little Bird', 2014. Courtesy the artist and Baik Art, Los Angeles
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Sarah Choo, 'Nowhere Near (detail)', 2015. Courtesy the artist and A.I., London

Focusing on emerging artists and young international galleries, the second START art fair continues to provide a platform for the talents emerging from countries like Korea, South Africa and Vietnam. Alongside the stand of 47 galleries from 25 cities, this year the fair launches Start Projects, which includes the first solo UK exhibition of Japanese collective Chim Chom and a room dedicated to 15 young artists selected by the fair’s director Niru Ratnam.

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A great art fair that held yearly within the impressive Saatchi gallery. You’ll be blown away by the talent on display. Definite star of the show this year was the teamlab: flutter of butterflies beyond borders. This digital display involved an immersive collection of flowers and butterflies that is influenced by the behaviour of the viewer is just simply beautiful to witness.