For rent: Vincent Van Gogh's inner sanctum.
In true 21st-century style, the Dutch post-Impressionist's bedroom is available on Airbnb.
Only this particular chambre isn't in the "Yellow House" in Arles, France, but in Chicago, where an exhibition devoted to the artist's quest for home is opening on Sunday.
"The Bedroom" painted in 1889 by Vincent Van Gogh, is part of The Art Institute of Chicago's collection. A new exhibit at the museum also features two additional paintings of the room.
As part of a promotional campaign, The Art Institute of Chicago commissioned a recreation of the famous room, which rents for just US$10 a night in Chicago's River North neighborhood.
"We hope it's a way to bring fresh eyes and fresh perspective to the painting, which has long been an icon of our permanent collection," said Art Institute spokeswoman Amanda Hicks.
"Van Gogh's Bedrooms," running from February 14 through May 10 at the Art Institute, focuses on three paintings Van Gogh created of the room in Arles between 1888 and 1889.
More than 30 additional works round out the exhibit.
The 1888 painting "Van Gogh's Chair" on loan from London's National Gallery, is also featured in the exhibition.
Availability is tight for the Airbnb room, so the museum is taking bookings in blocks that it's announcing via Twitter and Facebook.
The $10 nightly rate includes tickets to the exhibition.
There's also a to-scale replica of the bedroom within the exhibition itself.
The room, located in Chicago's River North neighborhood, rents for $10 a night, including museum tickets.
That replica is part of an immersive experience featuring music and scrolling images and text.
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