Ahead of its upcoming exhibition ‘Van Gogh’s Bedrooms’, The Art Institute of Chicago has created a human-scale replica of the most iconic bedroom in art. From now, interested guests can rent the simply furnished, brightly colored space in chicago for only $10/night through AirBnB, where it is listed by ‘Van Gogh’ himself.

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The painter, seemingly reincarnated as ‘the host’ says: “I’m charging $10 for no other reason than that I need to buy paint, however, I will be happy to provide you with tickets to my exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago.”

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Van Gogh’s Bedrooms centres around three paintings of his domestic space which he created from 1888 to 1889. The exhibition is also the first time the paintings will exist within the same space in North America. The first of the three paintings was produced shortly after moving into his Yellow House in Arles, France, yet suffered water damage soon after its completion. Van Gogh painted two other versions  to preserve the composition, one while at an asylum in Saint-Rémy in 1889 and the other as a present for his mother and sister.

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Visitors to the exhibition will experience an immersive journey back to Van Gogh’s Yellow House, which is located outside of the museum’s campus in Chicago’s neighborhood of River North.

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Van Gogh’s Bedrooms features approximately 36 works by the artist and will run through May 10, 2016.