New York was made for art lovers and antique collectors. Some don't-miss shows this weekend:
1. SURREAL PARIS
WHAT Vive la Paris! The City of Light was a hive of artistic activity in the 1920s and '30s (also see "Paris and the Avant-Garde" over at the Guggenheim), with photographers like Man Ray, Brassaï and Ilse Bing busily snapping off-kilter cityscapes, as seen in "Twilight Visions: Surrealism, Photography, and Paris," opening at the ICP Friday.
WHEN | WHERE Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., International Center of Photography, 1133 Sixth Ave.
INFO $12, 212-857-0000, www.icp.org
2. VINTAGE POSTERS
WHAT Want the clown poster hanging in Larry David's office on "Curb Your Enthusiasm"? You'll find it at the Swann Galleries' vintage poster sale, along with skiing posters of the 1930s, telephone ads of the '40s and a rare poster for the Josephine Baker film "Princess Tam Tam." They're all on public display leading up to Thursday's auction. It can't hurt to look, can it?
WHEN | WHERE Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Swann Auction Galleries, 104 E. 25th St.
INFO Free, 212-254-4710, swanngalleries.com
3. ANTIQUES SHOW
WHAT It's the final weekend for this collectors' bonanza, now in its 56th year. Among the highlights are an Egyptian sarcophagus from 1000 B.C., a Mary Cassatt painting ("Little Girl in a Large Red Hat"), a Tiffany chandelier and an Audrey Hepburn autograph, plus a special loan exhibition celebrating the heritage organization Historic New England.
WHEN | WHERE Friday and Saturday, noon to 8 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 6 p.m., Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue and 67th Street.
INFO $20, winterantiquesshow.com