Boston, Actually: Buejake
Holiday Sales (slim pickings until Jan.)
- Klotz|Sirmon Gallery
60% off over 400 photographs from Edward Curtis , Lewis Hine, Karl Blossfeldt and others...
When: 11/26–12/23 (Wed.–Sat. noon–6; Sun. noon–5pm).
Where: 511 W. 25th St., nr. Tenth Ave. (212.741.4764)
Handcrafted dinnerware is 40% - 70% off
When: 12/10–12/23 (10–4:30pm).
Where: 35-35 35th St., nr. 35th Ave., 3rd fl., Astoria, Queens (718.937.7515)
- Michael C. Fina
Sterling-silver tea sets ($1,500), French Limoge serving trays ($255), etc, on sale...
When: 12/14–12/16 (9–6:30pm); 12/17 (9–5pm).
Where: 560 Seventh Ave., at 40th St., 2nd fl. (718.747.1656)
Auction of 50 pieces of furniture by the architects Charles and Henry Greene
Where: Sotheby's, 1334 York Avenue (212.606.7000)
- Tribeca Cabinetry Corp.
Throwing in a free Sub-Zero fridge or Wolf stove when you do a custom kitchen
When: through 12/31
Where: 1477 3rd Ave, (212.517.7020)
Craigslist Weekend Garage Sale Round Up
- Loft Moving Sale (items reduced, move imminent) (soho)
- GREAT GARAGE SALE!!! (Columbia University)
- MOVING SALE!Very Low Prices-good last min gifts! (mid-town east)
- Apartment Sale (Upper West Side)
- open house manhattan-saturday/dec 18 - $15 (1646 2nd avenue #3n - 85-86st)
- MOVING SALE/ GARAGE SALE Sat -12/17, 8am-1pm (Washington Heights/UWS)
- Take these off my back! (Printer, Furniture, Phone, Clock, Books, etc) (Columbia University)
- Antiques, Clothing, Art, Shoes/Boots, Furniture, Sweaters, Textiles.. (west fourth)
- Chelsea Flea Market
When: Saturday and Sunday, 6th Ave from 25th to 26th Street, sunrise to sunset (212.243.5343)
- Hell's Kitchen Flea Market
When: Saturday and Sunday, 39th Street, between 9th & 10th avenues, 10am - 6pm
Affordable Art & Cultchah
- Christo and Jeanne-Claude
They take over Central Park in February. See this show of sketches, studies, and small wrapped objects from the collection of a German museum
When: Through 1/2
Where: National Academy, 1083 Fifth Ave., at 89th St. (212.369.4880)
- A Conversation with Robert Polidori
To celebrate the publishing of Robert Polidori's Metropolis , the first title on the new Metropolis Books imprint, the famed photographer will hold a talk with Metropolis executive editor Martin C. Pedersen, who wrote the text for the book.
When: Tonight, December 16
Where: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York. (212) 358-6120. //www.aiany.org
- Metropolis Seeks Next Generation Designers
"Have a big idea that you want to translate into reality? Then Metropolis 's Next Generation Design Prize is for you. Created to jump-start entrepreneurial design projects, the competition is open to any designer who has been working for ten years or less. Projects that reflect thinking about sustainability, universal access, and new technology are encouraged, and submissions may come from multiple disciplines, including architecture, interior design, industrial design, experience design, communication design, and urban planning. The competition's winner will receive $10,000 and be featured in the June issue of Metropolis and on MetropolisMag.com ; ten to fifteen runners-up will also receive coverage."
When: DEADLINE - January 15, 2005
- East Village USA
The local eighties art scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Lee Quinones, Kenny Scharf, Philip Taafe, and many others, curated by Dan Cameron.
When: Through 3/19
Where: New Museum of Contemporary Art, temporarily located at the Chelsea Art Museum, 556 W. 22nd St., nr. 11th Ave. (212.219.1222)
- John Dolan
When: 11/10 - 12/20
Where: Robin Rice Gallery, 325 west 11th St. (212.366.6660)
- Isamu Noguchi: Master Sculptor
When: through 1/16
Where: The Whitney Museum Of American Art , 945 Madison Ave. (800.whitney)
- Beatriz Milhazes
Paintings and collages of Beatriz Milhazes pit modernist restraint against baroque excess
When: through 12/24
Where: Cohan , 533 W. 26th St. (212-714-9510)
- Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living
The Albers - of Bauhaus and Black Mountain College fame - collected textiles and furniture pair off with one another
When: through 2/27
Where: Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
- Design =/ Art: Functional Objects From Donald Judd to Rachel Whiteread
The first museum exhibition of the virtually unknown design works by some of the most influential artists of the last half century.
Where: Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution , 2 E. 91st St.; 212