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Conrad hotel

the moment you enter the Conrad hotel you are impressed by its trove of artwork. Before you even discover the hotel’s 2000 artworks on display, you are encapsulated by the Loopy Doopy dramatic blue and purple Sol LeWitt painting, that rises 13 stories high - The late artist’s largest and most revered work. The piece, which took 380 litres of paint and 3000 hours to complete, is simply breath-taking in the sunlit 15-story atrium entrance. Then, as you walk to the top of the hotel’s grand staircase you’re greeted by another expansive wall painting this time by Pat Steir, entitled Topsy Turvey for

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