Xenobia Bailey and her auction piece, Urban Mystic #2

Photos: Courtesy of Martha Stewart and EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop

Win a rare print by Xenobia Bailey, the creator of the colorful mosaics at the new 34th Street-Hudson Yards subway station. Bid now on stellar art + design works & experiences and purchase tickets for the Design Trust's 2017 Art + Design Benefit Auction!

Xenobia Bailey is an American artist and designer best known for her eclectic crochet hats and her large scale crochet pieces and mandalas, consisting of colorful concentric circles and repeating patterns.

Her work has been exhibited at the Studio Museum of Harlem, the Jersey City Museum, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Her work is in the permanent collections at Harlem's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Allentown Art Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Arts and in the Museum of Arts and Design.

Join civic leaders, urbanists, policy makers, designers and artists for Design Trust’s 2017 Art + Design Benefit Auction on November 1 at Dune Studios. The gala evening features a spirited silent auction showcasing the phenomenal talents of emerging and established artists and designers in NYC, while investing in our collective stake in democratic public space.

Show your support for the Design Trust and ensure NYC's public realm remains PUBLIC FOR ALL. Come celebrate with us our receipt of the 2017 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Corporate and Institutional Achievement.

All proceeds support the Design Trust for Public Space, a nonprofit organization who unlocks the potential of NYC's public space.