arts 05.8.09

Flashback: Paul Himmel
Plus: the skint

Number seven in our Flashback series is Paul Himmel (1914-2009), who was an active photographer from the 1940s to the 1960s, before becoming a psychotherapist. New York and Brooklyn were among his favorite subjects. An exhibition of his work called An Unerring Vision is on now through May 20th at the Keith De Lellis Gallery, 1045 Mad [79th/80th] 212.327.1482.

In the Flashback Series:
Argent Editions
Irwin Klein
Louis Stettner
Robert Otter
Clemens Kalischer
Harold Roth

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.

2-week con film festival highlights silver screen's greatest criminals (stanwyck! cagney!) @ film forum [fri-5/21] >>

bklyn designs show = 40+ exhibitors, house tours, dwell mag launch party + more @ st. ann 's warehouse. $15 [fri-sun] >>

'domino' magazine tag sale. ex-staffers sell design props @ 9 st/5 ave [sat 10am-5pm] >>

st. john the divine reopens. canterbury choral society's 100+ singers celebrate w. free concert (bach, handel, verdi) [sat 7:30pm] >>

visit graves of famous moms @ green-wood's great women cemetery tour (bk) $8-13 [sun 1-3pm] >>

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