Alicia Keys’ House Is So Big, There’s Even A Modern Art Museum Inside

In an interview with Vogue’s 73 Questions series, filmed in February and released recently, Alicia Keys takes fans on a tour of her 25,000-square-foot mansion in New Jersey. It includes amenities typical of celebrity homes, such as a billiards room and a recording studio, but also includes a room (or more like an entire wing) that’s not typical anywhere else: a modern art museum.

The tour begins in the foyer where a hallway decorated with black-and-white portraits leads to the kitchen. After making tea, Keys then takes us to her den and her billiards room, after which the house tour takes on an eccentric vibe. Nearby, the air-hockey room will catch anyone’s eye, with its technicolor ceiling. The private art gallery, meanwhile, features a Kehinde Wiley painting (at 25 feet, it’s the largest the artist has ever created) and a massive sculpture by graffiti artist Kaws. “It’s a big ball of love vibes and loudness,” she says of the home.

“We actually had to remove the whole side of the house to get him in here, it’s crazy,” she said about the sculpture.

With its white walls and pieces of art and photography sprinkled all around, it’s not hard to mistake Keys’ mansion for a modern art museum!

To end the tour, Keys, of course, brings us to her studio, where she obliges to do a short piano performance with the interviewer (who perhaps might not be the best duet partner for her).

This isn’t the first time fans have gotten a peek inside Keys’ home. In March, the singer performed at iHeart’s Living Room Concert for America, where the purple piano was front and center.

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