Books and Catalogues

Cox, Heather. "So..." Stenen Press, second edition, 2021 (first edition, self published, 2018).

Exhibition brochure with an essay by Marcelle Polednik. Produced in conjunction with "Project Atrium: Heather Cox" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, July 20-October 27, 2013.

Cox, Heather. "Ghost-Crabs; a poem by Ted Hughes" Self published, limited edition artist book. 2009.

Consolini, Marella L. & Heather Cox. Migration: An Installation by Heather Cox. Knoedler Project Space, New York 2008.

Cox, Heather. "Shadow Cast" Self published, limited edition artist book. 2002.

Roth, Moira. "Connecting Conversations: Interviews with 28 Bay Area Women Artists" Eucalyptus Press, Oakland, CA 1988.

Articles and Reviews

Patton, Charlie. "'Crush' the next exhibit at MOCA's Haskell Atrium Gallery" The Florida Times-Union, July 21, 2013.

Marbut, Max. "New at MOCA's Project Atrium: 'Crush,' an installation by Heather Cox" Jacksonville Daily Record, July 19, 2013.

Leboff, Katelyn. "Space Crush" Folio Weekly, July 17-23, 2013.

Chödrön, Pema. “The Fundamental Ambiguity of Being Human,” Tricycle Magazine, Fall 2012.

Licata, Elizabeth. "Visual Art Bouncing off the Walls" Buffalo Spree, September 2009.

Dabkowski, Colin. "Visual arts bubble over in WNY museums and galleries" The Buffalo News, September 27, 2009.

Leffingwell, Edward. "Heather Cox at Knoedler" Art in America, June/July 2008.

Davis, Lisa Selin, "The Gang's All Here" Interior Design Magazine, September 1, 2006.

Gordon, A.L. "Collectors: Night In" The New York Sun, April 11, 2006.

McQuaid, Cate. "Public Exposure" The Boston Globe, December 7, 2000.

Temin, Christine. "Open studios offer samples of South End art energy" The Boston Globe, October 2, 1998

Merkle, Karen Rene. "Delights, Provokes, Surprises" Erie Times, Februdary 24, 1994.

Selected Interviews

Lisa Kairos interviews Heather Cox for her Practice & Curiosity newsletter. Heather talks about her work, the contours and rhythm of her practice, and the benefits of a paycheck job. She also shares a trick for studio doldrums.

Heather Cox leads an online studio tour detailing her working methods and inspiration for her book "So..."

Alessandra Exposito interviews Heather Cox about her book "So..."

Interview with Heather Cox about her "Grounded" series

Promotional video for "Project Atrium: Heather Cox"

Interview with Heather Cox

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Leffingwell, Edward. "Heather Cox at Knoedler" Art in America, June/July 2008.