If You Could Own Any Piece of Art, What Would It Be? Part II

by Sydney Sadick

“I’m not really an art follower. I’ve tried—my friends tell me to put art on my walls—but what if I can’t control myself one night and knock it down? I do like street art, though.” —Alexander Wang

“I definitely want an Irving Penn flower print. All the details and the lighting! I’ve always liked it since I was very young and got to work with Mr. Penn. It’s something that comes to my mind right away.” —Karolina Kurkova

“My father’s work. He an artist and I just bought one of his paintings. The next thing after that would be work from my husband—the men in my life!  Then I’d want a John Currin. I love his wife Rachel Feinstein, too.” —Amy Astley

“An Andy Warhol!” —Sara Sampaio

“It would have to be David Hockney’s swimming pool because it’s the most beautiful thing in the world!” Erdem Moralioglu

“Monet’s ‘Olympia’. But it’s at the Louvre, so I would have to steal it.” —Amy Fine Collins

“An El Anatsui. It’s a colorful canvas painted with colors that come from the place he’s from and miscellaneous materials. Some of the pieces he puts together are flags or landscapes. They’re meshed together in the most beautiful expression.” —Mia Moretti

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