Black Radical Brooklyn & A Subtlety Are Top Critics’ Picks for 2014!
December 12th, 2014
It’s been a big year for Creative Time, and the critics agree! In his year-end review for The New York Times, Holland Cotter called Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn one of the year’s most noteworthy art events. “This project, set in schools and houses,” he writes, “spoke of a cultural past in danger of being erased and, like the protests spurred by the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, took its message into the street.”
In other news, Jerry Saltz included Kara Walker’s installation at the Domino Sugar Factory one of the 19 best art exhibitions of 2014. “It should be placed permanently on the National Mall as a monument to America’s original sin of slavery,” he said.
Here’s to reaching new heights in 2015!