2003: Connecting the Dots: Surviving Nuclear War, Canada, photo exhibition, traveling
Enola Gay, Smithsonian National Air + Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA
Images from the Atomic Front, Chung-Cheng Gallery, St. John's Univ., Jamaica, NY
          review: "
The Art of War," R.C.Baker, The Village Voice, NY: Mar 12-18, 2003
Children of the Gulf War, photographs by photojournalist Takashi Morizumi, UK/Australia, traveling
c. 2002:
The Cold War, The Learning Curve, The National Archives Virtual Museum (UK)
Half Life: Living with the Effects of Nuclear Waste, Mayak, Russia (Greenpeace)
2002: Second Special Exhibition of FY2002, Hiroshima Peace Museum
The Rosenbergs Reconsidered, The New York Historical Society, NYC
1998: Linus Pauling + The 20th Century, Herbst International Exhib. Hall, San Francisco
Panoramic Views of Hiroshima, Photographs by Shigeo Hayashi c.1945, The Japan Peace Museum
The Day After the Nagasaki Bombing, Photographs by Yosuke Yamahata, The Japan Peace Museum
Hiroshima City, 2 months after. Photographs by Shinkichi Kickuchu, The Japan Peace Museum
1998: Enola Gay Exhibition, Nat'l Air + Space Museum, Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
1995: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey; ICP, traveling
1995: Hiroshima-Nagasaki: 50 Years of Deceit + Self Deception, Bethune College, York Univ., Toronto
1995 (Cancelled):
The Crossroads: The End of WWII, The Atomic Bomb + The Cold War;
         Nat'l Air + Space Museum, Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
The Enola Gay Controversy
Article from Crossroads: A Journal of Nagasaki History + Culture
Enola Gay + Smithsonian Chronology
1995-present: Hiroshima-Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Exhibition, Hiroshima Peace site, traveling
Hiroshima-Nagasaki A-Bomb Photo Poster Exhibition, Hiroshima Peace site, traveling
1995 (Aug 6): CSI Hiroshima Live Project, Hiroshima Radio Broadcast
1945-79: Hiromi Tsuchida:
Hiroshima Archive, photographs
Exhibitions: Historical / Memorial /Documentary
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 The Bomb Project has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as government labs and arms treaties.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 Melted Dog:
Memories of an Atomic Childhood

By Judith Miller (NYTimes, Mar 30, 2005)

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Photo: John Guxinski for the NYTimes
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