It’s basically a classic pied-à-terre. It’s a total dump, but in a weird way that’s very New York to me. Or what it used to be. Being an artist and being gay—well, I don’t want to equate being gay with being poor, but what can we say? I’m familiar with the underbelly of society, and I love it.”
Rufus Wainwright discussing the Gramercy Park apartment he shares with husband Jörn Weisbrod, in the New York Times.