Rem Koolhaus to design Hudson museum
Feb 17, 2012 12:03 am
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="220" caption="Rem Koolhaus, from Wikipedia."][/caption]Alexandra Peers in New York magazine is reporting that the architect Rem Koolhaus will design and construct artist Marina Abramovic's Center for the Preservation of Performance Art in Hudson. Abramovic bought the former tennis building in Hudson at Columbia and 7th Sts. "The Serbian art superstar will seek to raise $8 million to pay for the project, she revealed Tuesday night to a group of art collectors at a panel at Manhattan's tony Core Club, and the museum will be devoted to performance art pieces of 'six hours minimum.' Some of them will go on for days," the story says. "Hudson, New York, and the surrounding region southeast of the Catskills, is already something of a serious art-world hangout, with several expat galleries in town." Read the full story in New York magazine.