In an age when everyone can be a critic, good criticism is essential. Even more than it used to be. Learn how to sort through the noise.
New York Times Senior Critic Michael Kimmelman has turned architecture criticism in New York on its head since he returned a year ago from Berlin to assume the architecture beat. In this lively discussion between Kimmelman, 21c Museum Hotels’ Founder Steve Wilson, and the public, moderated by UK College of Design’s David Mohney, discover why criticism matters, how it can matter more, and why the critic’s role in a city’s development is crucial.
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