Marina Abramovic hires Rem Koolhaas to design her centre

The museum will purportedly need $8m in funds


The artist Marina Abramovic has said that her long-awaited Center for the Preservation of Performance Art in Hudson, upstate New York, will be designed by the Dutch, star-architect Rem Koolhaas. New York magazine reported that the artist said she hopes to raise $8m to build the museum dedicated to performance art. The institute, which was originally due to open this year, will be in a converted former tennis centre. No new opening date has been confirmed.

Originally appeared in The Art Newspaper as 'Marina hires Rem'