Artist Marina Abramović Moves Into Urban Glass House

The performance artist who once declared that "all art should be disturbing" just picked up a Soho pad for $2.65 million, reports The Observer.

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The performance artist who once declared that "all art should be disturbing" just picked up a Soho pad for $2.65 million, reports <a href="http://observer.com/2013/04/marina-abramovic-buys-2-65-m-glass-box-of-her-very-own/" target="_blank">The Observer</a>. The apartment's floor-to-ceiling windows have northern and eastern exposures.
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The sleek kitchen opens up to an eating area.
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One of the apartment's two spacious bedrooms.
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The sparse design of the kitchen matches that of the kitchen.
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The 1,722-square-foot apartment is located in Philip Johnson's Urban Glass House, a building surrounded by low-rise commercial and industrial buildings, so Ms. Abramović should have a bit of privacy.
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