Grappling with the politics of American mythology, Clark constructs objects that are as critical as they are riveting and insightful.
A Monumental Cloth That Tells a New Truth About the US Civil War
Contemporary artist Sonya Clark asks, “Who said monuments have to be steel?”
Unraveling the Complicated Confederate Legacy, One Strand at a Time
Sonya Clark’s performance Unraveling comes at a time when racists feel newly emboldened to display their bigotry.
The Uneasy Beauty of Joyce J. Scott’s Seductive Forms
BALTIMORE — The golden man is tiny, but he’s got a penis like a garden hose.
Combing Through the Hegemony of Hair
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Sonya Clark is all about hair.
From Climate Change to Race Relations, Artists Respond to Richmond, Virginia
New Dominion, a group show at Mixed Greens, brings together the work of eight artists living and working in Richmond, Virginia.
Anila Quayyum Agha Sweeps ArtPrize, Winning Both Jury and Public Grand Prize Awards
After years of jokes about Jesus paintings and quilts seducing the art crowds flocking to the Grand Rapids-based ArtPrize art competition, this year the juried and popular votes have synched up to reveal one big winner.