Read Lowery Sim’s review in Hyperallergic of retrospective ‘Tatter, Bristle and Mend’ at the National Museum for Women in the Arts, June 24, 2021
Read Art in America ,“Outsize Symbols: Sonya Clark at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum,” by Jackson Davidow, July 1, 2021
Read American Craft, “On Hair, and Tatter, Bristle, and Mend,” by Paulette Young, June 17, 2021
Order your Hair Craft Project Catalog at haircraftproject.com.
“Clark sculpts shapes and winds thread into hair power, a thrilling metaphor.”—Scott Wilson