Selected Press
Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies (SARTS), "Reconstructing Sacred Text", John Shorb
Religion News Service, “Far From the Museum of the Bible...”, S. Brent Rodriguez Plate
The Jealous Curator, “Meg Hitchcock”
Buzzworthy, “Artist Deconstructs Sacred Texts to Show Them in a New Light”
Colossal, “New Text Drawings Formed by Letters from Religious Texts by Meg Hitchcock”
Strictly Paper, "New Cut Paper Religious Rewritings by Meg Hitchcock"
The Boston Globe, “The Library, Illuminated Anew, in Bold Mass MoCA Show”, Stacey Kors
Arte Fuse, “Reconfigured at Margaret Thatcher Projects”, Daniel Gauss
Baltimore City Paper, “Great Scott: Two Very Different Shows”, Rebekah Kirkman and Baynard Woods
Studio International, “Meg Hitchcock: Interview”, Kate Tiernan
Schon Magazine, “Scream London: Telling Tales”, Raoul Keil
Artcritical, “Red Letter Day: Meg Hitchcock’s Cut-and-Pastes from Scripture”, Deven Golden
The New Criterion, “Meg Hitchcock: The Land of Bliss”, James Panero
Hyperallergic, “3 Critic Pick Their Favorites….”
Harper’s Bazaar, Hong Kong, “New York Art Scene: Special Feature”, December Issue
Platinum Cheese, “Art Chat with Meg Hitchcock”
Daily Art Muse, "Meg Hitchcock: Art is the True Religion", Susan Lomuto
Huffington Post, “Meg Hitchcock Dissects Religious Texts to Create Spiritual Tapestries”
WNYC, “Meg Hitchcock at Famous Accountants Gallery”, mention on radio program
Inhabitat, “Sacred Texts are Dissected and Transformed Into Spiritual Tapestries”, Helen Morgan
Quiet Lunch, “Our Type of Lady”
Design Boom, “Cut and Paste Religious Rewritings by Meg Hitchcock”, blog post
Daily Beast, “Is Meditation Selfish?”, Andrew Sullivan
Hyperallergic, “Weaving the Book of Revelation from the Koran”, Daniel Larkin
Gutfire! “Hymns, Mantras, and Meditations: The Art of Meg Hitchcock”
Colossal, “Meg Hitchcock”, blog post
Art in America, “Tunneling” at Famous Accountants, Sarah Schmerler
Artweek, “Review: A Street Gallery”, Sandy Thompson
Art in America, "Meg Hitchcock, Quotidian Gallery", Mark Van Proyen
San Francisco Chronicle, "Art Here and Now", Kenneth Baker