artnet News | Brian Boucher:
A piece of art history can be yours—if you’ve got $9,975,000 to invest. The Upper East Side building that housed Andy Warhol’s first studio, in the early 1960s, is on offer from New York real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield. Warhol created some of his Death and Disaster paintings there, as well as depictions of Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor… Read more
Image: The Upper East Side building that housed Andy Warhol’s first studio: Courtesy Cushman & Wakefield.