“Materiality, Affect, and the Archive:The Possibility of Feminist Nostalgia in Contemporary Handkerchief Embroidery,” On Ke-Sook Lee: Memory and Coded Communication p.27- p.30, By Mariah Gruner, Material Culture Review 86

JoongAng Daily, 78year old Installation Artist Ke-Sook Lee “I collaborate with nameless Women” by Eunju Lee, July 6, 2019

Women News, Oh Ke-Sook ”Women were artists in their lives” by Kim Jin-S00, July 22, 2019

Asia Today, “Blue Sky, Green Field” Artlink Gallery by Hye Won Jun, April 15, 2018

Anne Marie Hunter, Built Environments,” at the Epsten Gallery, KC Studio, November 20, 2017

The Face of Politics: In/Tolerance at Fuller Craft Museum, Yareah Magazine, March 2016.

Korean Contemporary Art Book 029,
Lee, Ke-Sook, Hexagon publishing, 192 pages, October, 2015

Kris Imants Ercums, “Making Thread Dance: Ode to Sprout II, an Installation by Ke-Sook Lee” April, 2015

One Hundred Faceless Women, Ke-Sook Lee, Blurb, 100 pages, 2013

Alice Thorson, With departure of Ke-Sook Lee, KC’s art world loses a dynamic talent, Kansas City Star, June 28, 2013

Isabel Oliveres, A Sense of Place,Title Magazine, January 2012

Robin Rice, "A Sense of Place", Philadelphia CityPaper, February 9, 2012

Elizabeth Kirsh, One Hundred Faceless Women, February 22, 2012

Dana Self,
'Push', Kansas City Star, January 12, 2012

Naomi Campbell, Ke-Sook Lee at George Billis, April 22,2011, www.

Alice Thorson,
'In the Moment', Kansas City Star, November 25, 2010

Alice Thorson, KCAI alums work 'In the Moment' for First Fridays, Kansas City Star, November 3, 2010

Elizabeth Kirsch, Following Narrative Thread, Kansas City Star, June 28, 2009. download PDF

"Happy Tree Friends (Part II)", video interview, Paragraph Gallery, Charlotte Street Foundation, May 14, 2009

David Revere Macfadden, catalog essay, Pricked: Extreme Embroidery, Museum of Arts & Design, Nov. 2007

Sigrid Wortmann Weltge,
Ke-Sook Lee: Between Cultures and Generations, American Craft, Fall 2004 / Winter 2005. download PDF

Blair Schulman, EASTERN INFLUENCES, GOOD VIBRATIONS, Review, June 25, 2009

Steve Brisendine, Under the Tree of Knowledge: Ke-Sook Lee at Paragraph Gallery, Review, May 30, 2009

Amber Dorko Stopper, “Some things, as a woman, are hard to talk about,”
Korean Quarterly, Summer 2008

Alice Thorson, Ke-Sook Lee part of New York Fabiric, Kansas City Star, January, 2008

Marie Fowler,Turning embroidery into art at Rosemont College Main Line Life, PA, Mar. 2008

Elisabeth Kirsch, essay on Ke-Sook Lee, 10 Charlotte Street Foundation, published, 2007

Margaret Mathews-Berenson, THREADS OF MEMORY, Dorsky Gallery, February 6, 2006

Alice Thorson, Ke-Sook Lee at Dolphin, Art in America, January, 2002

Tamar Holton-Hinshow, Press essay, One-Hundred Faceless Women, George Billis Gallery, New York, NY, April 2007

Robin Trafton, Of Stitching and Stories, Kansas City Star, May, 2004

Brent Hallard, Florence Biennale 2003, Tokyo Note, article launched, January, 2004;

Brent Hallard, Ke-Sook Lee, Tokyo Note, article launched, June, 2004                      

James Brinsfield, Press essay, Filtered, Shaw Hofstra Architects & Design, Kansas City, June 2002

Victoria Donohoe, Rosememont College - Ke-Sook Lee, Philadelphia Inquirer, October, 2000

Debra Di Blasi, Refuge: Ke-Sook Lee's Garden offers a moment of silence, Pitch, September, 2001

Leslie Bowyer, Tending personal history, Pitch, March, 2000

Kate Hackman, The Artist in Bloom, Kansas City Star, September, 2001

Sherry Cromwell-Lacy, More than Flowers Bloom in Garden of Toil, Review, March 2000