1999: Sony Outsider (Gajin), Tom Sachs, SITE Santa Fe
1999:
Inventory, [PDF] Creative Union Hiroshima, Japan; more info; directory of works/contributions
1999:
Joy Garnett: Buster-Jangle, Debs + Co., New York
1998:
Atomic, The Arts Catalyst, traveling: London + Nottingham; 1999: Slovenia
1997:
Nuclear Enchantment: The Photographs of Patrick Nagatani, Center for the Arts, Univ. of Guam
1996: Cornelia Hesse-Honegger: After Chernobyl, Locus+/ University Museum, Oxford (UK)
1995: Paul Shambroom: Hidden Places of Power, Walker Art Center
1995: Leon Golub + Nancy Spero: War + Memory, MIT List Center, Cambridge, Mass
1995: Age of Chaos: Art on The Net, Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo
1995: Nagasaki Journey; Online exhibition, Exploratorium, San Francisco
1995: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey; ICP, traveling
1989:
At Work in the Fields of the Bomb, Robert Del Tredici, TPW Gallery, Toronto, ONT
1988-97:
International Shadows Project, curated by Karl Young, traveling; web
1983-84:
The End of the World: Contemporary Visions of the Apocalypse, New Museum, NYC
1982:
The Atomic Salon, Ronald Feldman Gallery, NYC
1979:
The Reason For The Neutron Bomb, Chris Burden at Ronald Feldman Gallery, NYC
1969:
Atomic Art, Alyce Simon at the Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
1953: Atoms For Peace, Erik Nitsche for The General Dynamics Corporation; National Atomic Museum, traveling
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NUCLEAR DOCUMENTATION
+ RESOURCES
A CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY
OF THE BOMB
Exhibitions: Contemporary Art: 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 The Bomb Project has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as government labs and arms treaties.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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The Reason for the Neutron Bomb
The Reason for the Neutron Bomb (1979)
Chris Burden at Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York City