Conor Jordan, deputy chairman of impressionist and modern art at Christie's stands next to Pablo Picasso's 'Le Marin' during a media preview of Christie's Hong Kong Spring Sales in Hong Kong on March 30, 2018. (AFP / Philip FONG)
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A rare Picasso believed to be a self-portrait created when he was under threat of deportation to a Nazi concentration camp is expected to fetch US$70 million at auction, Christie's said Friday as the work went on view in Hong Kong.The painting will be on view in Hong Kong until April 3 .Le Marin is set to fetch "one of the five highest prices" for a Picasso piece at auction, according to Christie's.Picasso's "The Women of Algiers (Version 0)" set a world record as the most expensive piece of art sold at auction when it fetched $179.4 million at Christie's in New York in 2015 .
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