Jahf biannual Bibliography, 2000-2014

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Shimizu, Yoshiaki. 2011. "Copying in Japanese Art: Calligraphy, Painting, and Architecture." In Bridges to Heaven: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Wen C. Fong, edited by Jerome Silbergeld and Dora C. Y. Ching, 761-778. Princeton, NJ; Woodstock: Princeton, P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University in association with Princeton University Press.

Shimomura, Roger, William W. Lew, Roger Daniels, and Rudolph E. Lee Gallery. 2005. Minidoka Revisited: The Paintings of Roger Shimomura. Clemson, S.C; Seattle: Lee Gallery, Clemson University; Distributed by University of Washington Press.

Shiner, Eric C. 2011. "Fashion Altars, Performance Factors, and Pop Cells: Transforming Contemporary Japanese Arts, One Body at a Time." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 168-190. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Shirai, Yoko Hsueh. 2009. "Public Memory and Identity Politics at the Ruined Buddhist Temple Kudaraji ato in Hirakata City." Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 9 (2):185-211.

Shirai, Yoko Hsueh. 2011. "The Buddha Triad Senbutsu unearthed in Japan: Replicating and Reinventing the Chinese Prototype in the Seventh Century." Artibus Asiae 71 (2):185-219.

Shirai, Yoko Hsueh. 2014. "The Amitabha Senbutsu Unearthed in Japan: Close Interaction with Unified Silla Korea in the Late Seventh Century." Artibus Asiae 74 (1):163-190.

Shirane, Haruo. 2009. "Dressing Up, Dressing Down: Poetry, Image and Transposition in the Eight Views." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (31):51-71.

Simms, Larry. 2008. "Drawing on Japan: Ceramics Designed by the Artist Felix Bracquemond Pioneered the use of Motifs Drawn from Japanese Art in 19th-Century French Decorative Arts." Apollo 168 (557):64-73.

Smith II, Henry D. 2012. "Lessons from the One-Mat Room: Piety and Playfulness among Nineteenth-Century Japanese Antiquarians." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 33:55-70.

Smith II, Henry D. 2014. "The Stuff of Dreams: Kawanabe Kyōsai's Nirvana Painting of Matsuura Takeshirō." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 35:96-136.

Smith, Lawrence. 2011. "Japanese Prints 1868-2008." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 361-407. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Snow, Hilary K. 2002. "Kiyochika's Women of the Three Cities, Santo Bijin." Cantor Arts Center Journal 3:59-63.

Snow, Hilary K. 2010. "Ema: Display Practices of Edo Period Votive Paintings."Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Snow, Hilary K. 2012. "Votive Paintings of the Kabuki Actor Ichikawa Danjûrō at Naritasan Shinshōji Temple." Archives of Asian Art 62:69-79.

Sorgenfrei, Carol Fisher, and Shuji Terayama. 2005. Unspeakable Acts: The Avant-garde Theatre of Terayama Shuji and Postwar Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press.

Stanley-Baker, P. Richard. 2007. "Mythic and Sacred Gardens in Medieval Japan: Sacred Meditation in the Rokuonji and Saihōji Gardens." In Sacred Gardens and Landscapes: Ritual and Agency (Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture), edited by Michel Conan, 115-151. Washington, D.C. : Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.

Stanley-Baker, Richard. 2011. "Jōetsu’s Catching a Catfish with a Gourd Cultural Agendas and the Early Fifteenth-Century Shogunal Academy." In Bridges to Heaven: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Wen C. Fong, edited by Jerome Silbergeld and Dora C. Y. Ching, 421-445. Princeton, NJ; Woodstock: Princeton, P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University in association with Princeton University Press.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2006. Zen-Life: Ikkyu and Beyond. St.Petersburg: Orientalia.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2008. Catalog of Japanese Prints in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. 2 vols. Moscow: Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2010. "The Kitaev Collection of Japanese Art in the Pushkin Museum: Historia Calamitatum." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (32):37-63.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2011. Approaching Mt. Fuji. Moscow: Slovo.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2011. "The Kitaev Collection in the Pushkin Museum." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 32:37-63.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2011. "Hokusai Manga: The Principles of the Text Composition." Orientalia et Classica, papers of the Institute of Oriental and Classical Studies (Russian State University for the Humanities) 39:136-158.

Steiner, Evgeny. 2012. Orientalism/Occidentalism: Languages of Cultures vs. Languages of Description. Moscow: Sovpadenie.

Stevenson, John. 2004. Japanese Kite Prints: Selections from the Skinner Collection. The Drachen Foundation, in association with University of Washington Press: Seattle.

Stevenson, John. 2005. Yoshitoshi's Strange Tales. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

Stevenson, John. 2012. "The Warrior in Japanese History." In Art of Armor: Samurai Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection, edited by J. Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, 29-49. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Stinchecum, Amanda Mayer. 2001. "Threads of Okinawan History." Natural History 110 (7):54-61.

Stinchecum, Amanda Mayer. 2001. "Who Tells the Tale?: `Ukifune': A Study in Narrative Voice." In Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations, edited by Harold Bloom, 127-160. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House.

Stinchecum, Amanda Mayer. 2004. "Yaeyama Minsa: A Cotton Sash and its Transformation Across Boundaries of Usage, Class, and Meaning in Okinawa." In Moving Objects: Time, Space, Context, edited by Properties Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural, 146-156. Tokyo: Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties.

Stinchecum, Amanda Mayer. 2006. "Tradition and Transformation in Yaeyama: Symbol of Island Identity." In Japaneseness versus Ryukyuanism? Aspects of Okinawan Identity and Emigration, edited by Josef Kreiner. Bonn, Germany: Bier’sche Verlagsanstalt.

Stinchecum, Amanda Mayer. 2009. "Serizawa Keisuke and Okinawa." In Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design, edited by Joe Earle, 107-111. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Suchomel, Filip. 2000. "Early Examples of Japanese Export Lacquerware in Czech Collections." In Ostasiatische und europäische Lacktechniken (East Asian and European Lacquer Techniques), edited by Michael Kühlenthal, 51-56. München: ICOMOS.

Suchomel, Filip. 2001. "Masterpieces of the 17th and 18th Century. Japanese Export Lacquerware in the Czech Collections." Orientations 32 (5):59-66.

Suchomel, Filip. 2002. "Lyricism Amid the Cannon Salvos. Japanese Prints from Sino-Japanese War in Czech Collections." Andon 70 (January):5-16.

Suchomel, Filip. 2002. "Japanese Collections in the Czech Republic." In A visit from Prague - Japanese Art from Czech Museums, Puraha kara no bi no tayori. Satogaeri no nihon bijutsu, 10-16. Kyoto: Kyoto National Museum.

Suchomel, Filip. 2002. "Painting Gardens of Jun Shirasu." In Language of the Dawn Garden Aquatics - Jun Shirasu, Tokyo 2002. Tokyo: Bunpodo Gallery.

Suchomel, Filip. 2004. Mysterious Grace of the East. Japanese Art from the Collections of Rainer Kreissl. Roztoky u Prahy: The Central Bohemian Museum at Roztoky.

Suchomel, Filip. 2005. "Japanese Lacquerware from the Main Czech Collections from the 17th and 18th Centuries, Part II." In The Role of Urushi in International Exchange, 47-61. Tokyo: Tokyo National Museum.

Suchomel, Filip. 2005. "Japanese Art at Castles and Chateaux in the Czech Republic." In Japanese Collections in European Museums II, edited by Josef Kreiner, 199-201. Bonn: Bier'sche Verlagsanstalt.

Suchomel, Filip. 2006. Photographs of Japan: The Times of Joe Hloucha. A Collection of Albumen Prints from the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Roztoky u Prahy: The Central Bohemian Museum at Roztoky.

Suchomel, Filip. 2007. "Figural Porcelain from the Kakiemon Workshop and its Decoration." Fukuoka.

Suchomel, Filip. 2007. Zlata Černá, Půvaby orientálního salonu, Umělecké řemeslo Dálného východu z jihomoravských a jihočeských zámeckých sbírek, (Delights of the Oriental Salon. Arts and crafts of the Far East in the South Moravian and South Bohemian Chateaux Collections). Brno: Prague.

Suchomel, Filip. 2008. "Evropští fotografové v Japonsku a Japonsko v evropské fotografii druhé poloviny 19. století (European photographs in Japan and Japan in European photography in the second half of the 19th century)." Kateřina Bláhová a Václav Petrbok eds, Cizí, jiné, exotické v české kultuře 19. století, sborník příspěvků z 27. ročníku sympozia k problematice 19. století, Plzeň, 2008.

Suchomel, Filip, and Zlata Černá. 2002. Enamels of the Far East. The Art of Colour, Matal and Fire. Roztoky u Prahy: The Central Bohemian Museum at Roztoky.

Suchomel, Filip, and Markéta Hánová. 2002. Art Treasures from Kyoto. Masterpieces from the Kyoto National Museum. Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Suchomel, Filip, and Oldřich Palata. 2000. The Japanese Collection of the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec. Vol. 1, Neznámé sbírky japonského umění v Čechách a na Moravě. Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Suchomel, Filip, and Marcela Suchomelová. 2002. A Surface Created for Decoration. Japanese Lacquer Art from the 16th to the 19th Centuries. Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Suchomel, Filip, and Marcela Suchomelová. 2006. Journal of a Voyage. The Erwin Dubský Collection: Photographs from Japan in the 1870s. Brno: Moravian Gallery in Brno.

Sudo, Kumiko. 2006. Kake-jiku: Images of Japan in Appliqué, Fabric Origami and Sashiko. Elmhurst, Ill; Garsington : Windsor distributor], Projected Date: Breckling; 200607.

Sun, Seunghye. 2011. "Images of a Southern Utopia: The Xiao and Xiang Rivers in Japanese Art." Orientations 42 (4):44-49.

Suzuki, Keiko. 2012. "When Westerners Were Chinese: Visual Representations of Foreigners in the Japanese Popular Art of Ukiyo-e." In Orientalism/Occidentalism: Languages of Cultures vs. Languages of Description, edited by Evgeny Steiner, 114-129. Moscow: Sovpadenie.

Suzuki, Yui. 2005. "The Medicine Master: Yakushi Buddha Icons and Devotional Practices in Heian Japan."Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.

Suzuki, Yui. 2014. "Twanging Bowls and Throwing Rice: Warding Off Evil in Medieval Japanese Birth Scenes." Artibus Asiae 74 (1):17-42.

Szostak, John. 2007. "Two Paths to the Pure Land: The Niga-byakudō Theme and the Modernist Buddhist Art of Hada Teruo." Archives of Asian Art 57:121-150.

Szostak, John. 2009. "Takeuchi Seihō, Chigusa Sōun and John Ruskin’s Modern Painters: Reconciling Realism with Japanese Painting, 1900–1910." In Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence, edited by Jaynie Anderson. Melbourne: The Miegunyah Press.

Szostak, John. 2009. "Yoshihiro Suda’s Neo-Okimono: Reimagined Traditions in Contemporary Japanese Art." In, edited by James F. Jensen. Honolulu: Contemporary Art Museum.

Szostak, John. 2011. "Foul is Fair: Abject Beauties and the Psychology of the Grotesque in Modern Japanese Painting." In Rethinking Japanese Modernism, edited by Roy Starrs, 362-383. Global Oriental Press.

Szostak, John. 2012. "From Idealized Visions to Realistic Impressions: The Changing Nature of Bijinga." In The Beauty of the Moment: Women in Japanese Woodblock Prints, 19-26. Zurich: Museum Rietberg.

Szostak, John. 2012. "Unexpected Pairings: Neo-Rinpa Paintings by Yamaguchi Ai and Yamamoto Taro." In Kamisaka Sekka: Dawn of Modern Japanese Design, 155-162. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Szostak, John. 2013. "‛Art is Something Born’: The Rise and Fall of the Kokuga Society (1918-1928) and the Emergence of the Kokuten Style." Positions: Asia Critique 21 (2 Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art):269-308.

Szostak, John. 2013. "Unexpected Reversals: Japanism, Ukiyo-e Prints, and their Influence on Meiji and Taishō-era Kyoto Nihonga." In Art of Japan, Japanisms and Polish-Japanese Art Relations. Krakow: Manggha Museum.

Szostak, John Donald. 2005. "The Kokuga Sōsaku Kyôkai and Kyoto Nihonga Reform in the Meiji, Taishō and Early Shōwa Years (1900-1928)."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington.

Tadanori, Yokoo. 2003. "The Complete Writings of Yokoo Tadanori." Idea International Graphic Art (298):119-166.

Takahashi, Masaaki. 2005. Design City Tokyo, IA; Variation: Interior angles. Chichester, England: Wiley-Academy.

Takahashi-Harb, Sayumi. 2009. "Yoko Ono and the Poetics of the Vanishing Gift." In PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture, edited by Ayelet Zohar, 204-228. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Takei, Jirō, and Marc P. Keane. 2001. Sakuteiki: Visions of the Japanese Garden: A Modern Translation of Japan's Gardening Classic. Boston: Tuttle.

Takenaka-O'Brien, Akiko. 2004. "The Aesthetics of Mass Persuasion: War and Architecture Sites in Tokyo, 1868-1945."Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.

Takeuchi, Melinda. 2012. "Birds of a Feather: Jakuchu, Natural Science and the Artistic Imagination." Orientations 43 (3):52-61.

Takeuchi, Yoshimi. 2012. "Okakura Tenshin: Civilization Critique from the Standpoint of Asia." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 24, Beyond Tenshin: Okakura Kakuzō’s Multiple Legacies:15-25.

Tamamushi, Satoko. 2007. "Sakai Hoitsu and Art Ownership." In Acquisition: Art and Ownership in Edo-period Japan, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj. Warren, CT: Floating World Editions.

Tamamushi, Satoko. 2009. "Tosa Mitsuoki's Screens of Flowering Cherry and Autumn Maples with Poem Slips in the Context of Kazari and Tsukuri." In Beyond Golden Clouds: Japanese Screens from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Saint Louis Art Museum, edited by Janice Katz, 33-47. Singapore: The Art Institute of Chicago.

Tanabe, Maseko. 2010. "Ukiyoe: The Splendor of Edo." In Returning Home: Edo Paintings from the Gitter-Yelen Collection, edited by Tadashi Kobayashi, 172-175. Tokyo: NHK Puromōshon.

Tanabe, Willa J., and University of Hawaii Art Gallery. 2006. Painting with Threads: The Art of Japanese Embroidery. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Art Gallery.

Tanaka, Keiko. 2009. "Japanese Beauties: Glamorous, Decadent, Sensuous, and Bizarre." In Clark Center Exhibition Series 4, edited by Andreas Marks. Hanford: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Tanaka, Shuji. 2011. "Sculpture." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 283-314. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Tanaka, Yuki. 2010. "War and Peace in the Art of Tezuka Osamu: The Humanism of His Epic Manga." The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (38-1-10).

Teasley, Sarah. 2001. "Nation, Modernity and Interior Decoration: Hybridity and Identity in the 1922 Peace Commemoration Tokyo Exposition Culture Village Houses." Japanstudien 13:49-88.

Teasley, Sarah. 2002. "The National Geographics of Design: The Rhetoric of Tatami in 1920s and 30s Japanese Interiors." In De-Placing Difference: Architecture, Culture and Imaginative Geography, edited by Samer Accach, 267-276. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture.

Teasley, Sarah. 2003. "Furnishing the Modern Metropolitan: Moriya Nobuo's Designs for Japanese Domestic Interiors, 1922-1927." Design Issues 19 (4):57-71.

Teasley, Sarah. 2003. "Design in the Past, Design from Now On." Idea International Graphic Art (300):185-200.

Teasley, Sarah. 2004. "Reforming the Inside Out: Kogure Joichi on Furniture and Architecture." Design History 2:75-114.

Teasley, Sarah. 2004. "Visits in the Mediated Metropolis: Women’s Magazines and the Modern Japanese Home." In Sophia AGLOS Working Papers Series No. 2: Urban Space/Global Consumption, edited by Angela Liu, 65-81.

Teasley, Sarah. 2005. 20th Century Design History. Tokyo: Petit Grand Publishing.

Teasley, Sarah. 2005. "Home Builder or Homemaker? Reader Presence in Articles on Homebuilding in Commercial Women’s Magazines in 1920s Japan." Journal of Design History 18 (1):81-97.

Teasley, Sarah. 2009. "Travel-Writing the Design Industry in Modern Japan, 1905-25." In Space, Travel, Architecture, edited by Miodrag Mitrasinovic and Jilly Traganou, 103-124. London: Ashgate Press.

Teasley, Sarah. 2010. "The Simple Beauty of Thin Black Lines and Blurry White Surfaces." In Nendo: Thin Black Lines and Blurry White Surfaces. London: Phillips de Pury and Saatchi Gallery.

Ten Grotenhuis, Elizabeth. 2010. "Landmarks of Esoteric Art in Japan." In Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia, edited by Charles D. Orzech, Henrik H. Sørensen and Richard K. Payne, 872-892. Leiden: Brill.

Teramoto, Tado John, and Harada Heisaku. 2005. Japanese Masterworks: Paintings from the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis: Museum of Art.

Tezuka, Miwako. 2005. "Jikken Kobo (Experimental Workshop): Avant-Garde Experiments in Japanese Art of the 1950s."Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

Tezuka, Miwako. 2011. "Experimentation and Tradition: The Avant-Garde Play Pierrot Lunaire by Jikken Kōbō and Takechi Tetsuji." Art Journal 70 (3):64-85.

Tezuka, Miwako. 2013. "Jikken Kōbō and Takiguchi Shūzō: The New Deal Collectivism of 1950s Japan." Positions: Asia Critique 21 (2 Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art):351-381.

Thal, Sarah. 2005. Rearranging the Landscape of the Gods: The Politics of a Pilgrimage Site in Japan, 1573-1912, Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Thomas, Julia Adeney. 2013. "Landscape's Mediation between History and Memory: A Revisualization of Japan's (Wartime) Past." In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 367-383. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

Thompson, Sarah E. 2014. "Japanese Prints at Home." In Looking East: Western Artists and the Allure of Japan, edited by Helen Burnham, 28-35. Boston Mass.: MFA Publications: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Thomsen, Hans. 2005. "The Visual Salon: Itō Jakuchū and the Rokuonji Temple Ensemble of 1759."Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University.

Thomsen, Hans Bjarne. 2011. "Individuality in a Communal Setting." In Fukami: Purity of Form, edited by Andreas Marks, 26-39. Hanford, CA: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Thomson, Grace, Jan Gates, and Japanese Canadian National Museum. 2005. Shashin: Japanese Canadian Photography to 1942. Burnaby, B.C: Japanese Canadian National Museum.

Tiampo, Ming. 2003. "Gutai and Informel: Post-war Art in Japan and France, 1945-1965."Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University.

Tiampo, Ming. 2011. Gutai: Decentering Modernism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Tiampo, Ming. 2013. "Body, War, and the Discourses of History: Rethinking Postwar Japanese Art " In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 339-352. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

Tiampo, Ming. 2013. "Gutai Chain: The Collective Spirit of Individualism." Positions: Asia Critique 21 (2 Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art):383-415.

Tiampo, Ming. 2013. Gutai: Splendid Playground. New York: Guggenheim.

Tiffin, Sarah, and Queensland Art Gallery. 2005. Sparse Shadows, Flying Pearls: A Japanese Screen Revealed. Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery.

Till, Barry. 2008. Japan Awakens: Woodblock Prints of the Meiji Period (1868-1912). San Francisco: Pomegranate Communications.

Till, Barry. 2012. "The Vendetta of the Forty-Seven Ronin in Japanese Woodblock Prints." Arts of Asia 42 (4):112-123.

Till, Barry. 2014. "Banko Ceramics: A Little Known Japanese Export Pottery." Arts of Asia 44 (4):63-72.

Tinios, Ellis. 2008. "Japanese Warrior Prints." Print Quarterly 25 (2):219-221.

Tinios, Ellis. 2009. "Kuniyoshi and Chinese Subjects: Pushing the Boundaries." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (31):89-99.

Tinios, Ellis. 2013. "Playful Transformations." In Graphic Designer, Collector, Curator and Scholar of Japanese Art: Essays in Honour of Robert Schaap, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 31-37. The Hague: Heinz M. Kaempfer Fund, Society for Japanese Arts.

Tokyo Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan, and Yomiuri Shinbunsha. 2005. Splendid and Refined: Imari Ware and Kyoto Ware Ceramics. Tokyo: Yomiuri Shimbun.

Tolman, Norman. 2005. "Enduring Voices." Asian Art News 15 (5).

Tomii, Reiko. 2000. "Rebel with a Cause: Akasegawa Genpei’s Greater Japan Zero-Yen Note." M’Ars 12 (3-4).

Tomii, Reiko. 2001. "Thought Provoked: Ten Views of Tokyo, Circa 1970." In Century City: Art and Culture of the Modern Metropolis. London: Tate Modern.

Tomii, Reiko. 2001. "History as Memory—One Day, I Thought About Yukinori Yanagi in New York." In Yanagi Yukinori: Akitsushima (Hiroshima: Hiroshima. Hiroshima: Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art.

Tomii, Reiko. 2002. ""Contemporary Art,” (“Contemporary Painting), "Nishonga," "Sculpture" and "Yoga"." In Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture, edited by Sandra Buckley. London: Routledge.

Tomii, Reiko. 2002. "A Cosmic Sensibility: Hitoshi Nomura’s Photographic Works." Persimmon 2 (3).

Tomii, Reiko. 2002. "State v. (Anti-)Art: Model 1,000-Yen Note Incident by Akasegawa Genpei and Company." Positions: Asia Critique 10 (1).

Tomii, Reiko. 2002. "Akasegawa Genpei’s The Sakura Illustrated: When the Good Old Man Makes a Dead Tree Flower and the Bad Old Man Throws a Fire Bomb." International Journal of Comic Art 4 (2).

Tomii, Reiko. 2003. "Akai Akai Asahi Asahi - Red, Red Is the Rising Sun: Wartime Memory in Akasegawa Genpei's Sakura gahō." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 15, Japanese Art: The Scholarship and Legacy of Chino Kaori.

Tomii, Reiko. 2004. "Who Needs Globalism?: Exploring the Local in Contemporary Art in Japan, Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2003." ArtAsiaPacific 39.

Tomii, Reiko. 2004. "‘Another Story’: Some Aspects of Post-1945 Japanese Painting, as Seen Through the Gibson Gallery Collection." In Resounding Spirit: Japanese Contemporary Art of the 1960s, The Gibson Gallery Collection. Potsdam, N.Y.: Roland Gibson Gallery, SUNY.

Tomii, Reiko. 2004. "Historicizing ‘Contemporary Art’: Some Discursive Practices in Gendai Bijutsu in Japan." Positions: Asia Critique 12 (3).

Tomii, Reiko. 2005. "Genpei Akasegawa, the State of Japan, and Expo ’70 in Osaka." In Resounding Spirit: Japanese Contemporary Art of the 1960s, The Gibson Gallery Collection, edited by Shin'ya Watanabe. New York: White Box.

Tomii, Reiko. 2005. "'Art Outside the Box' in 1960s Japan: An Introduction and Commentary." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 17, 1960s Japan: Art Outside the Box:1-11.

Tomii, Reiko. 2006. "An Invitation to 'Comparative Art History': Katuhiro Saiki and Christoph Weber." In SUMAZO 2006. Vienna: SUMAZO.

Tomii, Reiko. 2006. "Recent Painting by Mizue Sawano: Passionate Expressions of Nature’s Forces Enduring in Peace." In Mizue Sawano. Tokyo: Takashimaya Art Gallery.

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