Marina Abramovic is a widely revered artist whose courageous performance works have revolutionized visual arts. A pivotal figure for several generations, Abramovic has been enthusiastically embraced by the newest crop of artists, critics and art historians. Her iconic endurance works have featured prominently in virtually every comprehensive survey of performance art. With a career that spans more than thirty years, Abramovic continues to produce groundbreaking new work, including the acclaimed seven-day performance "Seven Easy Pieces" at the Guggenheim in 2006. As the first book in more than a decade to look at her challenging work in its entirety, this monograph will offer a fresh take on an artist whose work is key to the latest developments in contemporary art.