Koolhaas inks a deal for Performance Art Museum

Noted performance artist, Marian Abramovic, announced on Tuesday that she has hired Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas to design her Center for the Preservation of Performance Art in Hudson, New York just two hours from Manhattan.   Abramovic will seek to raise $8 million for the museum, which will be built on the site of a former tennis center and devoted to performance art pieces of “six hours minimum”.     If all goes well Abramovic plans to add a theatre and is meeting with the town Mayor to advocate for the construction of a hotel for art types.

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