For anyone who has an extra $3.5 million laying around, Marina Abramovic's stunning Soho loft is on the market. The performance artist, known for her physically enduring shows including The Artist is Present staged at the MoMa, bought the 2,500 square-foot loft for $1.5 million in 2001.
The New York Times featured Abramovic's loft back in 2010, where she noted it took only 30 seconds to decide on purchasing the property, partly because "it’s a beautiful harmony of space and light, and a 360-degree view."
An interesting note: While living in Soho, the Yugoslavian born artist required two rules of her guests: 1. they could not stay longer than three nights 2. guests must sleep on an "uncomfortable daybed."
We wonder if the lucky new owner will choose to uphold Abramovic's rules, but we'll wait and see.
Check out these beautiful photos courtesy of Sotheby's.
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