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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Rd. Central, Central, Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
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    Ahn Jun, "Self Protrait"
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    Bae Chan-hyo, "Existing in Costume - Anne Boleyn"

The fourth Asia Hotel Art Fair will be presenting more than 3,000 works by a variety of contemporary artists from around Asia. Hosted at the Mandarin Oriental, the exhibition will transform three floors of the hotel into gallery spaces, which will provide viewers with an opportunity to enjoy works of art in a special setting while also interacting with participating galleries from around the region. A show titled "Beyond the Authenticity" will also be hosted, the exhibits of which include works from a collection of Korean artists such as Ahn Jun and Bae Chan-hyo.

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