Leonardo DiCaprio stepped out for the Brant Foundation Art Study Center's Andy Warhol showing on Sunday in Greenwich, CT. The event, which featured several of the artist's greats hits such as "Flowers" and "The Last Supper," was also attended by Owen Wilson, Stephanie Seymour, and Sharon and Aimee Osbourne. While Leo made a quick entrance into the center, he has been a red carpet fixture over the previous weeks for Great Gatsby promotions. His much-anticipated film was released Friday but could not quite top the box office over the weekend, coming in No. 2 to still-reigning Iron Man 3.
Leonardo, though, has already switched gears and is utilizing the art world for his more charitable endeavors. The actor and his environmental foundation joined forces with Christie's for a charity auction in NYC today to benefit environmental causes. The event is called The 11th Hour Auction, and Leonardo's foundation hopes to raise over $18 million for causes such as wildlife and endangered-species protection. Thirty-three pieces from top artists including Banksy, Andreas Gursky, Bharti Kher, and others will be at the bidding stake, while Leonardo himself donated his "Ocean V" by Andreas to the auction.