arts 04.10.15

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movie The superb director Olivier Assayas (Carlos) has a new film opening tomorrow titled Clouds of Sils Maria. It stars Juliet Binoche as an actress past the ingenue stage.




theater A new work by South African playwright Athol Fugard ("Master Harold"…and the Boys) may be the most heartening news of the season. The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek starts performances at Signature Theatre, April 21. [Photo: Gregory Costanzo]




music Edge of the Sun, a bright burst of energy from Calexico, is out April 13. They're performing at Bowery Ballroom on June 7 and 8.




art At Julie Saul Gallery, 535 W. 22nd [10th/11th] 212.627.2410, The Workers, photographs by Arne Svenson, a show in which manual laborers get Old Masters treatment.




shopping Flower power: the Uprooted Flower Truck hits the road beginning April 24th, selling bouquets in three sizes. They're Kickstarting here.




tour Honoring the Titanic, Dave Gardner gives a two-hour walking tour of locales connected to the ship that never arrived. Saturday and Sunday April 11 and 12, starting at noon (the tour is about two hours), $20. Meet at the SW corner of Astor Place and Lafayette by the Walgreen's. More info.








skint - adj. british slang (1930-35)
lacking funds, broke, bust, stone-broke, impecunious


Around town this weekend, courtesy of the skint: a daily listing of free and cheap things to buy, see, do and eat in New York.




fri 12-8pm (thru 4/12): 200+ dealers exhibit rare books, manuscripts, maps, manuscripts, and more at the 54th annual new york antiquarian book fair. during sunday's discovery day, bring up to five items for informal appraisals (12-3pm). park avenue armory, $25 general (up from $20 last year), $10 students.


fri 1-8pm (+ 4/11 11am-6pm): 80 vintage clothing + textile dealers gather at the triannual manhattan vintage clothing show for all your retro-outfit cravings. metropolitan pavilion, $15 adv, $20 door.



fri 9:30pm: the rubin museum of art's weekly 'cabaret cinema' series screens françois truffaut's jules and jim (1962). author valeria luiselli (faces in the crowd, sidewalks) introduces. $10.


sat 8am-4pm: the manhattan vintage book + ephemera fair and the fine press book fair features rare and vintage collectible books, prints, posters, autographs, maps and ephemera, plus appraisals 1-3pm. church of st. vincent ferrer (869 lexington ave @ 66th st.) , $15 general, $13 with flyer.


sat 12-4pm: the kansas city barbeque society-sanctioned nyc bbq cook-off features tastings, live music, more. staten island's historic richmond town, $12.


sat 2pm: hundreds of pipers and drummers in pipe bands, dancers and scottish groups march up sixth ave for the 17th annual tartan day parade. sixth ave bet 45th + 55th sts.



sun 12pm: it's more than ok to be cheesy at the annual mac and cheeze takedown. royal palms shuffleboard club, $20.


sun 3:30pm: dana rossi's soundtrack series, where writers, musicians, actors and comics tell stories they associate with songs, takes on the wizard of oz, followed by a 3d screening of the classic film. the museum of the moving image, $12 general, $9 students/seniors.


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