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SUNDAY Art Fair showcases 25 international galleries
SUNDAY Art Fair is taking place in London from the 14th – 18th October 2015.

LONDON.- SUNDAY Art Fair is London’s emerging art fair, it is taking place in London from the 14th – 18th October 2015.

SUNDAY is an annual contemporary art fair held in London which focuses on new and emerging artists and galleries from around the world. Now in its 6th edition SUNDAY first opened its doors in London in October 2010. It originated in Berlin as part of the Berlin Gallery Weekend in 2010.

The fair aims to support the young, emerging and most exciting artists and the galleries who are nurturing them at the early stages in their careers. This year SUNDAY showcases 25 international galleries exhibiting solo presentations or curated group presentations.

SUNDAY provides a relaxed and accessible platform for young galleries to exhibit their artist’s work. SUNDAY Art Fair is held at Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 – 100 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS. A 14,000 square foot, triple height subterranean space close to Baker Street Underground Station and less than ten minutes walk from Frieze Art Fair. Entrance to the fair is free and open to all.

A new editions section features as part of the fair this year. With artist’s editions presented by: Spike Island, Bristol; S1 Artspace, Sheffield; Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea and Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge.

Among the artists on show are: Darja Bajagic, Jesse Benson, Catherine Biocca, Kim Seob Boninsegni, Michal Budny, Bonnie Camplin, Benjamin Carlson, Giulia Cenci, Andrea Crespo, Bryan Dooley, Laurent Dupont & Lucy Mckenzie, Elif Erkan, Cécile B Evans, Daiga Grantina, Rubén Grilo, Jan Kiefer, Jiri Kovanda, Talisa Lallai, James Lewis, Alexander Lieck, Maxim Liulca, Jimmy Merris, Matthew Musgrave, Steven Parrino, Harsh Patel, Hayal Pozanti, Zak Prekop, Alex Rathbone, Charlie Roberts, Matt Siegle, Eric Sidner, Brad Troemel, Yannick Val Gesto, Ulrich Wulff, Norman Zammitt.

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SUNDAY Art Fair showcases 25 international galleries

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