Bibliography

2015
Julia Bryan-Wilson, “Aftermath: Two Queer Artists Respond to Nuclear Spaces.” Critical Landscapes Art, Space, Politics, June
Hiroshi Sunair, “Planting a Hibaku Tree in Argentina.” Evening Will Come, The Volta, Issue 56 | August 2015
Harriet Staff, “Special Issue of Evening Will Come Focuses on 70th Anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki Bombings.” Poetry Foundation, Poetry News on Thursday, August 6th

2014
G. Roger Denson. “Migrations Real and Ideal: The Cultural Nomads We’re Becoming.” HUFFPOST Arts & Culture, Oct 03
Jeremy Gordon. “Sonic Youth, Animal Collective Members, Jim O’Rourke, Yoko Ono, More Make Music for Plants.” Pitchfork, Aug 22
Boon Hoe Chin. “M1 Fringe Festival: Majulah Singapura – Tree Project.” Ana Shell Media Press, Jan 29
Shivali Nayak. “The silent survivor of the Hiroshima bombings.” ABC Radio Austraria, Jan 9
Mayo Martin. “A decade of the M1 S’pore Fringe Festival.” Today, Jan 6
Majulah Singapura – Tree Project by Hiroshi Sunairi.” Totemo Japan Meetup Group, Jan 10
Arts guide: Jan 13 to 19.” TODAY, arts listing, Jan 14

2013
Kunie Sugiura. “New York Art New York Artist 美術手帳アートーレポート1986-2008.” 美術出版社, Dec 20
Holland Cotter. “‘Damage Control’ at the Hirshhorn Museum.” The New York Times, Dec 12
Corrie Tan. “ST Life: Planting art for the family.” The Straits Times Life! Nov 25
“M1 Fringe presents Mandarin play for the first time.” 联合早报 Lianhe Zaobao,  Oct 10
Holland Cotter. “War is for Living.” The New York Times, March 14
洪健倫. “CutlogNY and its FREE PARKING outdoor projected image series + EMPTY HAPPINESS Cultural Parter Selections!.” 放映週報/Funscreen
Laurence Cornet. “War is for the living Art and conflict.” Le Journal de la Photographie
Ten years on the Fringe.” The Long and Winding Road, April 10

2012
Lobregat Balaguer. “Hibakusha Mon Amour.” in The Plant Journal, Issue 2
E.B.. “IL MIO VERDE QUOTIDIANO.” D La Repubblica, 24 Marzo, 2012

2011
Lauren Redniss. “RADIOACTIVE.” !t Books, An Imprint of Harper Collins

2011
Yuso Takesawa. “Art in NY, spring 2011.” The window of Art, April

2010
Jeffrey Kastner. “The Curse of Bigness.” Artforum, Oct.
Elizabeth Daley. “The Mixed Blessing of Bigness.” Queens Chronicle, Jul. 8
Ken Johnson. “The Curse of Bigness.” New York Times, May.27
Diana Erney. “Sowing Seeds of Memory.” Organic Gardening, Vol. 57:2 Feb/Mar Issue

2009
50 VISIONARIES WHO ARE CHNAGING YOUR WORLD.” UTNE READER, Nov-Dec. 2009
DAWN BAUMGARTNER. “Artists take shots at bailout.”   The Herald-Sun, Jan 30
Blue Greenberg. “Budgetless political art show rich with ideas – Bailout Biennial.” The Herald Sun, Jan. 25
Andrew Hibbard. “Bailout Biennial.” The Duke Chronicle, Jan. 22

2008
Kateřina Farná. “Umělecké billboardy: láska, politika a brambory.” Novinky.cz, Sep
Yukie Kamiya. “Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York.” ART-it, March 11.
Pick: Noritoshi Hirakawa, Hiroshi Sunairi and Arto Lindsay – Silence in the Light.” ART CAT
“Asian Contemporary Art Week.” Artco, April.
“Contemporary Art Week starts.” Shukan New York Seikatsu, Mar. 15
Silence in the Light 光の静寂.” みゅーじーあむレポ, Sep. 15
‘”Silence in the Light” Exhibition.’ Tokyo Art Beat, Jan.
BRENT BURKET. “O Corpo Frágil.” HEART AS ARENA, Jan. 14
Brent Hallard. “Hiroshi Sunairi – Elephant Dinner.” Visual Discrepancies, Oct. 5

2007
Jakubouski. “Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York.” Jakubouski (Thoughts on Art)
Eric Bryant. “Making a Home.” ARTnews, Dec.
Karen Rosenburg. “MAKING A HOME; Willingly or Unwillingly, Calling New York Their Home.” The New York Times, Nov.9
Jacob Margolies. “Next stop, 47th Street Expat Japanese artists show off diversity in Making a Home.” Daily Yomiuri Online. Nov. 16
Robert C. Morgan. “Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York.” The Brooklyn Rail, Nov
Nancy Smith. “Japanese Homes.” Artloversnewyork.com, Oct. 10
Hiromi Morita. “Hiroshima-born Sunairi making a new work in New York: destruction of humanity of the world.” Chugoku Shim bun, Oct. 4
Holland Cotter. “Go Ahead, Expect Surprises.” The New York Times, Aug.9
Hiromi Morita. “Next generation of Hibaku Ginkgo Tree.” Chugoku Shim bun, May.12 p.31
“A Gingko Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” The Berkeley Carrol School: News
Artists on Spirituality.” Art Asia Pacific. No. 51 Winter 2007. p.87
Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York.” TWI-NY, Nov. 14

2006
Masato Minoura, “On volunteer.” Good Things about Japanese (The Logic of Architecture Realist Communism) Jul.1 p.93-96
“My New York Stories.” Pop-in, Volume 5, 04.13-04.26 p.10

2005
Elephants of August.” Peeler. Oct 15.
“The importance of drawing the image of future.” Chugoku Shim bun, Sep.29 p.30
Masakazu Domen. “Projecting memory on elephant.” Chugoku Shim bun, Sep.10 p.15
“An elephant of Hibaku tree quietly speaking.” Chugoku Shim bun/Family Minami-ku, Sep.
“American students learning about A-bomb, How did they grasp Peace?” Asahi Shim bun, Aug.18 p.23
“Making an elephant with Hibaku tree.” Asahi Shim bun, Aug.17 p.28
“Wishing for Peace with an elephant of Hibaku Tree.” Yomiuri Shim bun, Aug.17 p.31
“A Night of Elephant.” Living Hiroshima, August Issue
“A Night of Elephant.” Sunday Hikari, Aug. 20
“A challenge from the generation that never experienced A-bomb.” Chugoku Shim bun, Aug.17 p.22
“Wishing Peace into pieces of art works.” Chugoku Shim bun, Aug.14 p.24
Masae Okada. “Art of the city.” Wink Fukuyama/Bingo, Aug. No.241 p.100
“Memories of Atomic Bombings Explored as Pop Art.” The Japan Times, July 21
Making art with remaining of the atomic bombings.” Chugoku Shim bun, Jun.28 p.29
“Visiting Hiroshima with One Thousand Cranes.” Chugoku Shim bun, Jun.24 p.19
Holland Cotter. “Atomika.” The New York Times, Jul.22

2004
Sarah Portlock. “Young artists – students – open show exploring alter egos.” Washington Square News, Nov 17
Kana Kobayashi. “Peace By Piece works.” NY ARTS, Vol.9, No.7/8 p.95
Kana Kobayashi. “INSIDE TO OUTSIDE.” NY ARTS, Vol.9, No.5/6 pp.60-61
Yasuyo Hibino. “Peace By Piece.” Pen, 7/15, No.153 p.10

2003
Holland Cotter. “Art in Review: Paul P.”
Takashi Shiraishi. “Interview with young artist, Hiroshi Sunairi.” Wendy Hiroshima, Nov.1
“Post Card Travelers.” Bijutsu Techo, Vol.55, No.836 pp.153-154
Roberta Smith. “Playful Narcissist – Song of Himself.” The New York Times, Nov.14 p. E31/E39
Carmen Zita. “Musical Performance and Explicit Photographs.” Trace Magazine, No.35

2002
Charles Darwent. “American Art is Different Now.” The Independent on Sunday, Oct.28

2001
Aric Chen. “The young Asian male.” Dutch Magazine, Sep/Oct. No.35 pp.2-3
“Hiroshi Sunairi.” The New Yorker, Oct.8
Kim Levin. “Voice Choice: Hiroshi Sunairi.” The Village Voice, Sep.25
Roberta Smith. “Hiroshi Sunairi.” The New York Times, Sep.14 p. E26
Kunie Sugiura, “New York.” Bijutsu Techo, December. Pp.178
Yayoi Kojima. “Art/32/Basel.” Ryuko Tsushin, Sep.
Hiroshi Sunairi. “D’early-Hiroshi.” Richardson, Issue A2 p.12
Vince Aletti. “First Take: Vince Aletti on Hiroshi Sunairi.” Art forum, Jan. Vol.39 No.5 p.126

2000
Manami Fujimori. “Hiroshi Sunairi’s Early Hiroshi.” Dune, No.20 pp.159-160
Alexander Puhringer. “Sex + Porn.” Frame, Sep/Oct. No.4 pp.62-63
Roberta Smith. “Na’er Do Wells.” The New York Times, Aug.4
Marc Peschke. “Schimmernde Gegenwart.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Jul.29
Holland Cotter. “The Nocturnal Dream Show.” The New York Times, Jul.28
Sandra Danicke. “Junge mit Cola.” Frankfurter Rundschau, Jul.18
“HIROSHI SUNAIRI.” Nerve, May-Jun. No.1 p.95
Grady T. Turner. “Sexually Explicit Art.” Flash Art, May-Jun. No.212 pp.92-96
Manami Fujimori. “Very New Art 2000.” Bijutsu Techo, Jan. Vol.52 No.782 pp.212-213
Kim Levin. The Village Voice, Oct.5
Jerry Saltz. “Where the Boys Are.” The Village Voice, Oct.5
Danie Pinchbreck. The Art Newspaper, Oct. Vol X, No. 96

1999
Vince Aletti. The Village Voice, Sep.28
Holland Cotter. “Hiroshi Sunairi.” The New York Times, Sep.24 p. E36
Jerry Saltz. “Hungry Hearts.” The Village Voice, Sep.14
Shave, Stuart. “Constant Stiffies.” I-D Magazine, Jun.
Bill Arning. “Multiple Choice.” The Village Voice, Feb.9

1998
Susan Hamburger. Waterfront Week, Sep.13 p.8
Kenny Schachter. Zing Magazine, Mar.
Corey Sabourin. “Hiroshi Mon Amour.” Out Magazine, Nov.

1996
“Dear Diary” Fruit Magazine, Summer No.3

Catalogues/Materials

2014
Majulah Singapura – Tree Project. M1 SINGAPORE FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014: ART AND THE PEOPLE, Singapore

2013
Hiroshi Sunairi. Marantha Story. The Plant Journal, Issue 4
Tree Project Film. The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul – this year’s Green Competition, the international competition category of the GFFIS, Seoul, Korea
Tree Project Film. cutlog art fair / video arts film festival, Program: STAY HERE, New York, USA
Tree Project Film. in “War is for the Living,” The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery

2012
air. The “Cinema Vérité,” Iran International Documentary Film Festival, Teheran, Iran
air. The 4th DMZ Korean International Documentary Film Festival (DMZ Docs 2012), South Korea
Making Mistakes. Gandhinagar International Film Festival, Gujarat, India
Where it flows into the Plains. Gandhinagar International Film Festival, Gujarat, India
UFO 0110 INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL FILM FESTIVAL 2012. New Delhi , India
air. Cannes Court Métrage (Canne Short Film Corner), Nice, France
The Queens World Film Festival, New York, USA

2011
INDEPENDENT FILM QUARTERLY FILM & NEW MEDIA FESTIVAL. NYC, USA
VIRILIO NOW. Policy, Cambridge, UK

2009
Hiroshi Sunairi. The Arts. Change in Commands

2008
What is Home?. A New York University Photography Exhibit, NYU, NYC, USA
EMERGING WOR(L)D – Billboard Art Tina B. – The Prague Contemporary Art Festival. Prague, Czech republic
THE LAST BOOK. A Project by Luis Camnitzer, the National Library, Spain

2007
Making a Home: Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York. Japan Society, NYC, USA
Neointegrity, the catalogue. Keith Mayerson/Derek Eller Gallery, USA
Hiroshi Sunairi. Noh Sang Kyoon. Art Asia Pacific. No. 52 Mar/Apr 2007 p.124
Hiroshi Sunairi. Buddha Mind in Contemporary Art. Art Asia Pacific. No. 51 winter 2007 pp.126-127

2006
Crossing the Atlantic…uneasy spaces. New York University, Steinhardt School of Ed, USA

2005
A Night of Elephants. Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan
Self-Exposure. Rizzoli, USA
Hiroshi Sunairi. When I was a high school student, and I am now. Sanyo Dousoukai Kaihou. No. 12 Nov.30 p.3

2003
Present A Book (Present A ’03 Document). Tokyo Geidai University, Japan

2002
Self exposure. Kunst-en Architectuurgeschiedenis Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands
Desire. Peter Weirmeiyer, Germany/Italy

2001
The Americans. Barbican Art Center, London
Vertigo. Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Triton, Vienna, Austria
Metronome: Bastard. No.7 London, Paris, Oslo, Norway
Art-Unilimited/Art/32/Basel/13-18. Messed Basel, Germany
New Nude. Nerve.com, USA

1999
Early-Hiroshi by Hiroshi Sunairi. Nikon Sonderdruck #6, Vienna, Austria

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