Lady Gaga, the pop star's "video portraits" raised over $1 million at an auction at Watermill Center in New York, USA.
At the weekend, director Robert Wilson put on display "23 Video Portraits of Lady Gaga" series at his annual Watermill Center gala in the Hamptons.
As per the report, the auction of the controversial images turned were a hit.
The "23 Video Portraits of Lady Gaga" were first shown at Paris' Louvre in November 2013.
Robert said, "As an artist I've been dazzled by Lady Gaga. She is highly disciplined and a perfectionist, and she has an inner concentration and beauty. She also speaks brilliantly; her diction is perfect. I made her read the Marquis de Sade. She asked me how to do it, and I said, 'Fast, with 20 repeats of this line, five repeats of that.' Her ability to count and speak rapidly is astonishing,"
The work will be on display at the Watermill Center till 14th September.