2008: Atomic Afterimage: Cold War Imagery in Contemporary Art. Boston University Gallery. Press release; catalogue; more imagery
Michael Light: 100 Suns. Hosfelt Gallery, New York City
Major Bang, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dirty Bomb. A Suspense comedy with magic. The Foundry Theatre. Arts at St. Anne's, Brooklyn, NY. more info; NYTimes Theater Review: It Only Hurts When You Don't Laugh, by Bill Brantley.
Dr. Atomic, Opera by John Adams + Peter Sellars, premiere: San Fransico Opera; more info
The Simnuke Project, Rx Gallery, San Francisco
ATOMICA: Making the Invisible Visible, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts + Esso Gallery, NYC; more info
Toward the Future: Through the Eyes of the Artists awarded the Hiroshima Art Prize, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan
Peace By Piece, Curated by Hiroshi Sunairi, Debrosses Gallery, NYC; more info; and more
Jack Goldstein: Films Records Paintings, Mitchell-Innes + Nash, NYC
Swords Into Plowshares/Tony Price: ATOMIC ART, United Nations, NYC; more info
Shomei Tomatsu: Skin of the Nation, Japan Society, NYC; traveling; NYTimes review
Building The Unthinkable, curated by Christian Stayner, Apex Art, NYC; Brochure (PDF)
Richard Ross: Waiting For The End Of The World, Otis Art Institute, LA
The Big Nothing, ICA Philadelphia, PA
Terrorvision, Exit Art, NYC
2004: Robert Longo:
The Sickness of Reason, Metro Pictures, NYC
2004: Andreas Magdanz:
Dienststelle Marienthal, Janet Borden Gallery, NY
2003-04: Jim Sanborn:
Atomic Time: Pure Science + Seduction, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Wash DC, traveling
James Rosenquist, a retrospective, Guggenheim Museum, NYC; more info
Nancy Spero: War Series, Galerie Lelong, NYC; more info
2003: Michael Light:
100 SUNS, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Bombs Away, curated by Sophie Jarram, The Physics Room Contemp.Art Proj. Space, Christchurch, NZ
2002-03: Kim Stringfellow:
Safe as Mother's Milk: The Hanford Project, Cornish College of Art, Seattle WA
2002: John Timberlake:
Another Country, Artists Space, New York, Project Room
2002: Michael Light:
100 Suns, site-specific installation at Burning Man; publication info
2002: Dominic McGill:
Tomorrow, Debs + Co., New York
2002: Robert Arneson: Global Death + Destruction, Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford Univ.
2002: Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth, Aerial Photographs, Yale Univ. Art Gallery
2002: Vital Forms: American Art + Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960, traveling
2002: Ann Rosenthal, et al.: Toxic Trails: Tracking Fire + Water, Lycoming College Art Gallery, PA; press release
Looking at Hiroshima, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
2001: Visibility + Invisibility in the Nuclear Era: The Atomic Photographers Guild, Gallery TPW, Toronto; catalogue
Exhibitions: Contemporary Art  - 21st c.
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. 
THE NEVADA TEST SITE GUIDE: A Guide to America's Nuclear Proving Ground
Center For Land Use Interpretation (2004)
Culver City, CA
CD-ROM available at the
CLUI online store.

Part of the exhibition
Building the Unthinkable, curated by Christian Staynor at apex art, NYC This is the only comprehensive guide to the nation's foremost weapons testing facility.

More info
screen shots from the guide:
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ATOMICA: Making the Invisible Visible
press release
June 7th to July 29th, 2005
Esso Gallery and Lombard-Freid Fine Arts
531 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor, Chelsea, NYC
opening reception: June 22nd, 6 to 8 PM 

The Simnuke Exhibition
press release
July 28 - August 25, 2005
Rx Gallery,132 Eddy St. @ Mason, San Francisco

Wired: Mushroom Cloud Marks Nuke Horror
NPR: Simnuke: Having a Blast in the Nevada Desert
BoingBoing: Xeni headed to Simnuke
Flickr images: Simnuke pool
William Francis: Images, Simnuke in the desert
SFist: Simnuke Report
Technorati links: Simnuke

Atomic Afterimage: Cold War Imagery in Contemporary Art
September 5 - November 2, 2008
Boston University Art Gallery
Michael Anastassiades, Bruce Connor, Anthony Dunne, Joy Garnett, Vincent Johnson, Michael Light, Robert Longo, Richard Misrach, Fiona Raby
Curated by Keely Orgeman. Catalogue available.