See Inside Alicia Keys's New Jersey Mansion — It's Like Walking Through a Modern-Art Museum
Put on your walking shoes, because Alicia Keys is giving us a look inside her 25,000-square-foot New Jersey mansion, and there's a lot of ground to cover. During a 73 Questions interview with Vogue, filmed back in February and just released, Alicia gave us a look inside some of her favorite rooms throughout her home. The tour includes a hall filled with black-and-white portraits, a room dedicated to a massive wooden sculpture, and an air-hockey room with a technicolor ceiling.
In addition to the numerous portraits and paintings hanging throughout her home, Alicia also owns the 25-foot painting "Femme Piquee Par un Serpent" by Kehinde Wiley, the same artist who painted the Barack Obama portrait unveiled at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in 2018. Just watching her walk through the mansion is like taking a virtual trip through a modern-art museum, and we would gladly visit again.
We hope to have a full tour of all the amazing rooms in Alicia's house soon, but in the meantime, please enjoy these peeks of the most incredible parts of her house ahead.