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The In Crowd – 15.10.07

Last week was Frieze week, the annual art fair in London that begets a thousand pretentious dinner parties and sees the number 38 bus (Hackney to Regent's Park) jammed full of grumbling nearly-rans of the art world. Astragal didn’t see much, but was thrilled to spot Tony Fretton, Jamie Fobert, Corinna Dean and Lord and Lady Foster admiring the spider at the Louise Bourgeois opening at Tate Modern.

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