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21/10/2013 12:50 BST | Updated 19/12/2013 05:12 GMT

Day 4: The Aftermath

And now for something completely different. Thursday night in London was the West End Night with most of the contemporary galleries staying open for all those visiting London to have a look after a long day at any one of the fairs.

And now for something completely different. Thursday night in London was the West End Night with most of the contemporary galleries staying open for all those visiting London to have a look after a long day at any one of the fairs.

But it was also the opening of a completely different type of show called Big Deal No 5, a massive group show (over 100 artists) in a central London underground car par (Cavendish Square). The show was organised by Geoffrey Leong and curated by artists Vanya Balogh and Cedric Christie and looked vastly different from other events on offer in London.

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Martin Sexton, Spectre of Marx

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Rebecca Scott, No-one gets abused in the bed of human rights

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Amy Sharrocks, Rolling Umbrellas

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Danny Pockets, Kebabs & Chicken

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Demelza Louise Moreau, The push and pull of the gaze

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Mark Woods, The Unchanging Nature of the Fetish Object

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Roger Clarke, Red Knob

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Nicola Hicks, Profit is God

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Roberto Ekholm, Untitled (O wave)

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Sophie Dickens, Landscape

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Karolin Schwab, three places

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Perry Roberts, Nobody knows what I really think

Big Deal No 5

Cavendish Square car par lower level 3

18 - 20 October

11am - 7:30 PM

FREE