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Kitchen in the home of artist Ugo Rondinone in Harlem, New York

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courtesy of
Abrams Books
Originally appeared in Inside the Homes of 7 Creatives
on October 13, 2015
Kitchen in the home of artist Ugo Rondinone in Harlem, New York

Swiss-born artist Ugo Rondinone converted an abandoned Romanesque church in New York's Harlem neighborhood—a sublime place he now calls home. In the plywood-outfitted kitchen, a bookshelf displays a series of his scholar's rocks. "They inspire me," the artist says.

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