Ben Stiller: Organizes benefit auction for Haiti
Actor-comedian Ben Stiller is organising an art auction to benefit Haitian children affected by last year's disastrous earthquake.
Stiller has teamed with New York art dealer David Zwirner for the benefit event, dubbed 'Artists for Haiti'.
To be taken place on September 22, artists Paul McCarthy, Jasper Johns, Dan Flavin, Chuck Close ad Jeff Koons will contribute work to the auction at Christie's auction house in New York City.
The 'Meet the Fockers' star, who announced the auction on Wednesday's Today show, said that funds raised from the event would go to non-profit organisations like Architecture for Humanity.
To help build a school in Haiti last year, the actor raised $50,000 (£33,300).