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Frieze: The party’s over now

An art after party features cling film, blueberries and unicorns

By Simon Wroe  

At an after party for the Frieze art fair, single blueberries were served on cocktail sticks

Friday evening and the Frieze behemoth has roared into after-party mode. At the Camden Arts Centre, gallery owners and buyers neck champagne as quickly as it can be poured. But many palettes are jaded—it’s been like this every night since the art fair began. A Frieze party needs a little extra something.

Climb the stairs to the galleries, and talk to the glacial blonde sitting beneath a unicorn’s head. She only speaks Russian. You can’t understand what she’s saying and she can’t understand you. So what? Here’s a shot of ice-cold…

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