Let’s say you have $40 million to spend at Christies, just for fun. Last Tuesday, they set a record for the auction house when they sold $857 million worth of art in one evening. Among the big winners that night were these three record-setting graphic works by Ed Rusha ($30,405,000), Roy Lichtenstein ($2,741,000) and Christopher Wool ($6,997,000) which add up to roughly $40 million. But, if you’d rather have a sweet apartment (another good place to plop $40 mill) this penthouse in the West Village, one of Richard Meier’s masterful designs, is being offered by Christie's Real Estate for the first time since its completion. The duplex is 4,550-square-feet, with four-bedrooms, four-baths and dramatic 21-foot ceilings with an 1,800 square foot terrace and spectacular views of the Hudson River (and my own front door a few blocks away.) You don’t have a LOT of wall space but there’s enough for these three works, so if you’ve got another $40 mill, you can have it all. And If You Don't Like It You Can Get The Fuck Out Of My House.