Two x Two for AIDS and Art, the fundraiser held Saturday that benefits both AmfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, raised $5 million this weekend. One piece at the auction, by artist Luc Tuymans, netted $700,000. Approximately 500 people attended the black-tie event, at which Grammy winner Gladys Knight performed.
The DMA’s Jeffrey Grove and AmfAR CEO Kevin Frost spoke, introducing Tuymans, who received the 2013 Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight for AIDS.
Celebrities including designer Diane von Furstenberg and actors Gilles Marini and Jesse Metcalfe were in attendance. You can see a slide show of the event after the jump.