Art exhibit 'We Are Each Other' reflects on racial injustice and reconciliation at the High Museum
By City Lights Staff
A new traveling exhibition recently arrived at the High Museum of Art, the first of its kind in collecting decades’ worth of work by the pioneering fiber and multimedia artist Sonya Clark.
In the exhibition “We Are Each Other,” Clark’s creations reflect whole communities and countless lives in their construction and materials and invite rich reflection on history, racial injustice and reconciliation. Sonya Clark’s works are on view at the High Museum through Feb. 18, 2024.
In this interview, “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes is joined by the High’s curator of decorative arts and design, Monica Obniski, co-curator of the exhibit.
“I’m always blown away by the artistry, but also her tools for textile construction,” Obniski says of the artist Sonya Clark.
The exhibition “Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other” at the High Museum is on view through Feb. 18, 2024. You can find out more about the exhibit here.