No matter where you live, supporting your city’s cultural institutions is one of life’s great pleasures. Of the places I’ve lived, I feel most at home in New York City and, though I no longer call it home, I still feel a connection to the city’s neighborhoods and arts institutions that helped shape my education and the early stages of my career. Giving back to one of New York’s most impactful nonprofits, the Public Art Fund (PAF), is just one way I stay connected to the city. This year’s auction includes a handful of artworks that I would love to live with—and that, through their sale, will also enable PAF to continue producing engaging public art initiatives across New York’s five boroughs.
, Untitled (Los Angeles, Studio Floor 15), 2012