Large-Scale Pressure/Small-Scale Pleasure with Sharon Zukin and Michael Sorkin
Friday, August 19, 2011, 7–9 pm
Michael Sorkin and Sharon Zukin, two of New York’s most well-known urban critics, discuss how globalization, consumption, and gentrification are having a constant effect on the smallest details of the urban fabric around us. Join them in conversation and learn how the city might find a comfortable balance between large-scale pressure and small-scale pleasure.
Image: courtesy Michael Sorkin and Richard Rosen