Weekly Sales & Events
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Fall Sales…a little less this week
- Biggest Tag Sale Ever puts out the call for volunteers!!
Get Organized New York needs 2,500 volunteers to help out with the biggest Tag Sale ever in New York City’s Central Park. Volunteer opportunities exist both leading up to and over the weekend of the Tag Sale. All proceeds go to the Fund for Public Schools. Call 1-866-4-DECLUTTER
When: Saturday, October 16th through Sunday, October 17th
Where: Central Park
- AAF (affordable art fair) Contemporary Art Fair
130 galleries, three continents, lotsa art for $100 – $5000
When: 10/28 – 31
Where: Pier 92, 52nd st. & 12th ave.
- Crate & Barrel
20%-25% sale on upholstered furniture, stock and custom – even leather
When: through 10/17
Where: 650 Madison & 59th, 611 Broadway & Houston
hand-woven rugs are 60% off
Where: 200 Mott St., 212-941-764
- Pompanoosuc Mills
Fall Sale: 10%-25% off furniture, storage, rugs & lighting
When: now until they say so
Where: 124 Hudson Street, Tribeca – 212.226.5960
- Calico Corners
Storewide 10%-15% sale on furniture, fabrics and trimmings
When: Columbus Week – 10/11-16
Where: Multiple locations in NJ, LI and CT
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store
50% off decorative arts, stationery, and more.
When: 9/30-10/31 .
Where: 800-662-3397 (call for store locations)
- Restoration Hardware
Fall Lighting Sale: @20% off on most lighting
When: through 10/24
Where: 935 Broadway, at 22nd St.
Craigslist Weekend Garage Sale Round Up – not many!
- Loft Sale at 12 White St. – Sat & Sun 16th-17th – 10am – 6pm
- Sat. Oct 16 – Multi-Family Garage Sale (forest hills)
- Yard Sale in Upper Montclair–Sat. Oct. 16th, 17th as rain date
- Huge moving sale on Sunday, 10/17, Antiques to odds & ends (439 Claremont Ave,Teaneck, NJ)
- New York City Lord of the Rings Meetup Group
When: Thursday, Oct. 14
- New York City Howard Stern Meetup Group
When: Thursday, Oct. 14
- Andy Goldsworthy on the Roof
No, this is not news and it will be up until October 31st, but he’s our hero. Part of loving your NYC apartment is loving NYC. And what’s not to love about standing on the roof of the Met in the summertime taking in a work by Goldsworthy? Priceless.
- Craig Barber
Havana Passage: solo exhibition of new photographs
When: through 10/31
Where: Robin Rice Gallery, 325 w. 11th st., 212.366.6660
- Georg Baselitz
When: through 10/30.
Where: Gagosian, 980 Madison Ave. (212-744-1111)
- Louise Bourgeois
“Ode a L’Oubli,” an edition of 25 handmade cloth books
When: through 11/24.
Where: Blum, 99 Wooster St. (212-343-0441)
- George Condo
Paintings from the eighties
When: through 11/6.
Where: Briggs Robinson, 527 W. 29th St. (212-560-9075)
- Chris Burden
early works including The Deluxe Photo Book 1971-73
When: through 10/23.
Where: Zwirner & Wirth, 32 E. 69th St. (212-517-8677)
- The Voting Booth Project
A group of prominent designers and artists re-imagine actual Florida voting booths from the 2000 Presidential election, commenting on design, democracy, and related themes. Participating designers and artists include David Byrne, Christo, Frank Gehry, Milton Glaser, Hugh Hardy, Maira Kalman, Richard Meier, David Rockwell, Stefan Sagmeister, Ed Schlossberg, Robert A.M. Stern, Brian Tolle, Yeohlee Teng, and Diane von Furstenberg.
Parsons School of Design , 2 W. 13th St.
- JFK for President: Photographs by Cornell Capa
Shots of John F. Kennedy on the 1960 campaign trail by ICP’s founder.
Where: International Center of Photography, 1133 Sixth Ave. 212-857-0000
- Giorgio Morandi
The late still lifes of Giorgio Morandi (1890–1964)
Where: Lucas Schoormans , 508 W. 26th St. (212-243-3159)
Massimo Catalani: My Urbanity
The most recent work of artist Massimo Catalani, My Urbanity , in his second New York show. His art is a unique exploration of context and history and his materials create a two-dimensional comment on his subject matter.
When: 9/23 – 10/21
Where: qui New York, 601 West 26 th Street, suite 1507
- 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.; 212-849-8300