Tonight at 7 pm musician Nick Cave will discuss his novel The Death of Bunny Munro in Union Square in New York at “Upstairs at the Square”. Tomorrow, September 15th, educator Deborah Howes will give a lecture on Roxy Paine’s Maelstrom (2009) at the Metropolitan Museum of art at 11 am. An eclectic group of artists will appear at Barnes & Noble/Lincoln Triangle, including September 23rd Tony Award winner Alan Cumming, September 17th writer Tracy Kidder, and, September 29th Joyce Carol Oates. And, if you’re in New York, don’t forget to check out the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station, where one of the last works by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt was installed last week. If you’re a little further North, The Toronto International Film Festival is currently in full swing until the 19th. Here’s an interview with Harmony Korine , whose new film Trashhumpers premiered in Toronto last Saturday. Pedro Almodovar has a new film, Broken Embraces, premiering at the Festival and was recently interviewed by the Telegraph, here. Last year, at the New York Film Festival, he introduced Argentinian auteur Lucrecia Martel’s film A Headless Woman, now showing at Film Forum in New York. More after thejump.
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September 14, 2009 – 6:05 pm
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