1999: Mary-Kim Arnold + Matthew Derby: Kokura, new media; hypertext
1999: James Accord, Carey Young + Mark Waller:
Atomic, installations; var. media
1999: Tom Sachs:
Sony Outsider, sculpture (based on Fat Man, a-bomb dropped on Nagasaki); catalogue
1997-1999: Joy Garnett:
Buster-Jangle series, paintings
1997:
Robert Del Tredici: Linking Legacies (DOE), book
1996: Cai Guo Qiang:
various projects presented at the XXIII Sao Paolo Bienal
1996; James L. Accord:
B-Reactor, commemorative sculpture
1996: Gregory Green:
Nuclear Device, mixed media sculpture; more info; more info
1995: Gregory Green:
RCSASM #4 (Mega Magnum), mixed media sculpture
1995: Akke Wagenaar:
The Hiroshima Project net.art (re-launch); more info; and more info
1995: Hidechika Takehisa:
Hiroshima/The Building Blown Up by Atomic Bomb net.art; paper model kit
1995: Yosuke Yamahata: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey
1994: Carole Gallagher:
American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War, photo essay/book
1994: Gregory Green:
Suitcase Bomb, mixed media sculpture; more info
1995: Robert Del Tredici: Closing the Circle on the Splitting of the Atom, (DOE) book
1992-95; Paul Shambroom:
Nuclear Weapons, photographs
1991: Robert Morris:
Restless Sleepers/Atomic Shroud, silkscreen on linen
1991: Tony Price:
The Last SALT Talks: A Trophy For The Winners Of the Next Nuclear War, assemblages
1990: Richard + Miriam Weisang Misrach:
Bravo 20: The Bombing of the American West, photo essay/book
1989: Vernon Fisher:
Bikini, acrylic on canvas
1987: Raymond Pettibone:
Untitled (No Sign of it), ink on paper
1987:
Robert Del Tredici: At Work in the Fields of the Bomb, photo essay, exhibition, book
1986: Richard Misrach:
The Bombing of the American West, photographs
1984: Jack Goldstein:
Untitled, acrylic on canvas
1984: Robert Arneson:
General Nuke, ceramic sculpture
1983: Robert Arneson:
Nuclear War Head #6, sculpture
1983-1999: Leslie Thornton:
Peggy + Fred in Hell series. film
1982: Raymond Briggs:
When the Wind Blows, comic + nuclear primer, pub. by Hamish Hamilton, Ltd (UK)
1982: Chris Burden:
The Atomic Alphabet, sound recording
1981: Todd Siler:
Nuclear War, Children!, mixed media; more info
1980s:
Sisters of Survival (SOS),  Cheri Gaulke, Sue Maberry, et al.; performance, installation
1980:
Robert Del Tredici: The People of Three Mile Island (Sierra Club; Random House 1982) book
1979: Chris Burden:
The Reason For The Neutron Bomb, installation; more info + images
1978-91: Beverly Naidus:
This Is Not A Test, audio installation
1976: Bruce Connor: Crossroads, film (36 mins.) info; more info
1972: T.C. Cannon: Village With Bomb, painting; artist info
1960s-70s: Alyce Simon:
Atomic Art; artist info;  electron bombarded acrylics
1967: Henry Moore: Nuclear Energy, sculpture
1966: Nancy Spero:
Sperm Bomb, gouache + ink on paper; more info
1966: Roy Lichtenstein:
Atom Burst, oil on canvas
1964-65: James Rosenquist:
F-111, multi-panel room install [view], oil on canvas + aluminum
1964: Stanley Kubrick:
Dr. Strangelove (stills), movie
1964: Andy Warhol:
Atomic Bombs, silkscreen (detail)
1960: Ben Shahn:
H-Bomb Poster
1958: Gregory Corso: Bomb, poem, published by City Lights
1957: M. Philip Copp:
The Atomic Revolution, comic book; more info + images
1956: Erik Nitsche: General Dynamics Corp. "Atoms For Peace," posters
1952: Harold Edgerton:
Atomic Tests, photographs
1952: Kimura Hideo:
No More Hiroshimas, ballet
1952: Isamu Noguchi:
Memorial To The Dead of Hiroshima, (unrealized)
1951-2: Isamu Noguchi:
Ikuru (To Live), concrete bridge railings, Hiroshima Peace Park
1951-2: Isamu Noguchi:
Shinu (To Die), concrete bridge railings, Hiroshima Peace Park
1950: Isamu Noguchi:
Model of a Bell Tower for Hiroshima,  wood + ceramic (unrealized)
1946: Moholy-Nagy:
Leuk 5, painting
1946: Moholy-Nagy:
Nuclear II, painting
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NUCLEAR DOCUMENTATION
+ RESOURCES
A CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY
OF THE BOMB
Artists / Works - c.1946 - 1999
The Bomb Project is a comprehensive on-line compendium of nuclear-related links, imagery and documentation. It is intended specifically as a resource for artists, and encourages those working in all media, from net.art, film and video, eco-intervention and site-specific installation to more traditional forms of agitprop, to use this site to search for raw material. The Bomb Project has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as government labs and arms treaties. It makes accessible the declassified files and graphic documentation produced by the nuclear industry itself, providing a context for comparative study, analysis and creativity. 
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Roy Lichtenstein: Atomic Burst
Andy Warhol - ATOMIC BOMBS