clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Civil Observance

In a three-part series this week, ArtsATL casts a critical eye on the just-unveiled National Center for Civil and Human Rights (NCCHR), calling the museum "truly a piece of sculptural architecture" that is "already a gem of an addition to the burgeoning downtown tourist district." The Recession necessitated that the center be half its planned size. But, declare the arts arbiters, "The smaller building is not any less impressive, and the downsized form fits in more harmoniously with the curvilinear, sculptural presence of its neighbors." [ArtsATL]