PUBLIC OUTREACH ARCHIVES

EXHIBITIONS

Selected Exhibitions by the Atomic Photographers Guild. This list does not include solo or group exhibitions independently presented by members, which may be found by searching individual member profiles.

2019 Nuclear Visions: The Atomic Photographers Guild
John and June Allcott Gallery, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina
Curators: elin o’Hara slavick and Robert Del Tredici
2015 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
National Labour Party Conference Fringe Program, Melbourne Convention Centre
Melbourne, Australia
2015 Atomic Photographers Guild
Hiroshima Bank, Hiroshima, Japan
2015 Hiroshima-Nagasaki: Seventy Years Beyond the Bombings
University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)
“Photos of the Nuclear Age,” presented by Robert Del Tredici, October 4, 2015, Pierson Auditorium in the UMKC Atterbury Student Success Center
2015 Nuclear Photographs
Uranium Film Festival, Quebec, Canada
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, Arvada, CO, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
2012 International Uranium Film Festival, Museum of Modern Art
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
A monumental showcase of photography by over sixty photographers from fifteen countries at the Midland Railway Workshops,
Perth, Western Australia
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sala Terrena, Heiligenkreuzehof, Vienna
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sol Mednick Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel
2010 The Face of the Nuclear Age
Nuclear Free Future Awards, Great Hall of Cooper Union, New York, NY, USA
2010 The Bomb Among Us
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Kollegienhaus, University of Basel, Switzerland
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2006 Nuclear Time Bomb: 20 Years After Chernobyl and the Atomic Photographers Guild
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Friedenskooperative, Bonn, Germany
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Museum London, London, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum, Carp, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Canada
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Toronto Photographers Workshop (TPW), Toronto, Canada
Curators: Blake Fitzpatrick | Robert Del Tredici
1994 Nuclear Half-Century: Witnesses Testify
Hiroshima Peace Museum, Hiroshima Peace Park, Hiroshima, Japan
Curators: Takashi Hiraoka (Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation) | Robert Del Tredici
1991 Nuclear Matters
San Francisco Camera Works, San Francisco, California
Curators: Tim Druckery | Marnie Gillett
1990-1994 Bombensicher – Erste Europäische Ausstellung der Atomic Photographers Guild
Ein Ausstellungsprojekt des World Uranium Hearing

Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Albert KunzeGalerie des Jugend-und Kulturzentrums Mitte Werkstatt und Kultur, Stuttgart, Germany,1994
1992,  Infostelle Garow: Kreishaus Lüchow: Kirche Danneberg, Lüchow-Danneberg, Germany
1992,  Bürgerhaus, Dreieich, Germany
1992,  Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Kongreßhalle, Berlin, Germany
1992,  Wolf-Dietrich-Halle in Schloß Mirabell, Salzburg, Austria
1992,  Stadtbibliothek, Itzeboe, Germany
1992,  Soziokulturelles Zentrum Sudhaus, Tübingen, Germany
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Prague, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Paröubitz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Budweis, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Brünn, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Olmütz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Trebitsch, Czech
1992,  Die Tschechientour wurde durchgefürt von der Umweltorganisation Anuti Duha in Brno, Rouchovany/Tschechion (Nähe AKW Doukovany), Czech
1992,  Greenpeace/Belgien, Mol/Belgien, Stadtbücherei
1992,  Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Germany
1991,  Niedersächsisches Orweltainisterium, Hannover, Landtag
1991,  SPD-Ortsverband, Rotenburg/Wumme (bei Bresen), Rathaus
1991,  United Nations Foyer, Geneva, Switzerland
1991,  Tagung der Partnerstädte von Hiroshima und Nagasaki, Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany
1991,  Weltkongreß der IPPNW, Messezentrum, Stockholm, Sweden
1991,  Gauselfingen,WIR–Projekt, Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Ulm, West Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Munich, Germany
1990,  Weltkongreß der NGOs, Paris, Kongreßzentrum
1990,  Women’s Museum, Bonn, Germany
1990,  IPPNW-Kongreß, Beethovenhalle, Bonn, Germany
1990,  Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany,
1990,  Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany
1988 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Second International Exhibition
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
1987 The Atomic Photographers Guild: First International Exhibition
New York Open Center, New York, NY, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel | Carole Gallagher
2019 Nuclear Visions: The Atomic Photographers Guild
John and June Allcott Gallery, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina
Curators: elin o’Hara slavick and Robert Del Tredici
2015 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
National Labour Party Conference Fringe Program, Melbourne Convention Centre
Melbourne, Australia
2015 Atomic Photographers Guild
Hiroshima Bank, Hiroshima, Japan
2015 Hiroshima-Nagasaki: Seventy Years Beyond the Bombings
University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)
“Photos of the Nuclear Age,” presented by Robert Del Tredici, October 4, 2015, Pierson Auditorium in the UMKC Atterbury Student Success Center
2015 Nuclear Photographs
Uranium Film Festival, Quebec, Canada
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, Arvada, CO, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
2012 International Uranium Film Festival, Museum of Modern Art
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
A monumental showcase of photography by over sixty photographers from fifteen countries at the Midland Railway Workshops,
Perth, Western Australia
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sala Terrena, Heiligenkreuzehof, Vienna
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sol Mednick Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel
2010 The Face of the Nuclear Age
Nuclear Free Future Awards, Great Hall of Cooper Union, New York, NY, USA
2010 The Bomb Among Us
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Kollegienhaus, University of Basel, Switzerland
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2006 Nuclear Time Bomb: 20 Years After Chernobyl and the Atomic Photographers Guild
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Friedenskooperative, Bonn, Germany
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Museum London, London, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum, Carp, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Canada
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Toronto Photographers Workshop (TPW), Toronto, Canada
Curators: Blake Fitzpatrick | Robert Del Tredici
1994 Nuclear Half-Century: Witnesses Testify
Hiroshima Peace Museum, Hiroshima Peace Park, Hiroshima, Japan
Curators: Takashi Hiraoka (Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation) | Robert Del Tredici
1991 Nuclear Matters
San Francisco Camera Works, San Francisco, California
Curators: Tim Druckery | Marnie Gillett
1990-1994 Bombensicher – Erste Europäische Ausstellung der Atomic Photographers Guild
Ein Ausstellungsprojekt des World Uranium Hearing

Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Albert KunzeGalerie des Jugend-und Kulturzentrums Mitte Werkstatt und Kultur, Stuttgart, Germany,1994
1992,  Infostelle Garow: Kreishaus Lüchow: Kirche Danneberg, Lüchow-Danneberg, Germany
1992,  Bürgerhaus, Dreieich, Germany
1992,  Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Kongreßhalle, Berlin, Germany
1992,  Wolf-Dietrich-Halle in Schloß Mirabell, Salzburg, Austria
1992,  Stadtbibliothek, Itzeboe, Germany
1992,  Soziokulturelles Zentrum Sudhaus, Tübingen, Germany
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Prague, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Paröubitz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Budweis, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Brünn, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Olmütz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Trebitsch, Czech
1992,  Die Tschechientour wurde durchgefürt von der Umweltorganisation Anuti Duha in Brno, Rouchovany/Tschechion (Nähe AKW Doukovany), Czech
1992,  Greenpeace/Belgien, Mol/Belgien, Stadtbücherei
1992,  Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Germany
1991,  Niedersächsisches Orweltainisterium, Hannover, Landtag
1991,  SPD-Ortsverband, Rotenburg/Wumme (bei Bresen), Rathaus
1991,  United Nations Foyer, Geneva, Switzerland
1991,  Tagung der Partnerstädte von Hiroshima und Nagasaki, Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany
1991,  Weltkongreß der IPPNW, Messezentrum, Stockholm, Sweden
1991,  Gauselfingen,WIR–Projekt, Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Ulm, West Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Munich, Germany
1990,  Weltkongreß der NGOs, Paris, Kongreßzentrum
1990,  Women’s Museum, Bonn, Germany
1990,  IPPNW-Kongreß, Beethovenhalle, Bonn, Germany
1990,  Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany,
1990,  Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany
1988 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Second International Exhibition
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
1987 The Atomic Photographers Guild: First International Exhibition
New York Open Center, New York, NY, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel | Carole Gallagher
2019 Nuclear Visions: The Atomic Photographers Guild
John and June Allcott Gallery, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina
Curators: elin o’Hara slavick and Robert Del Tredici
2015 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
National Labour Party Conference Fringe Program, Melbourne Convention Centre
Melbourne, Australia
2015 Atomic Photographers Guild
Hiroshima Bank, Hiroshima, Japan
2015 Hiroshima-Nagasaki: Seventy Years Beyond the Bombings
University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)
“Photos of the Nuclear Age,” presented by Robert Del Tredici, October 4, 2015, Pierson Auditorium in the UMKC Atterbury Student Success Center
2015 Nuclear Photographs
Uranium Film Festival, Quebec, Canada
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
The Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, Arvada, CO, USA
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
2012 International Uranium Film Festival, Museum of Modern Art
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2012 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
A monumental showcase of photography by over sixty photographers from fifteen countries at the Midland Railway Workshops,
Perth, Western Australia
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sala Terrena, Heiligenkreuzehof, Vienna
2011 Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age
Sol Mednick Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel
2010 The Face of the Nuclear Age
Nuclear Free Future Awards, Great Hall of Cooper Union, New York, NY, USA
2010 The Bomb Among Us
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Kollegienhaus, University of Basel, Switzerland
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2006 Nuclear Time Bomb: 20 Years After Chernobyl and the Atomic Photographers Guild
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Friedenskooperative, Bonn, Germany
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Museum London, London, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum, Carp, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Canada
2001 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era
The Toronto Photographers Workshop (TPW), Toronto, Canada
Curators: Blake Fitzpatrick | Robert Del Tredici
1994 Nuclear Half-Century: Witnesses Testify
Hiroshima Peace Museum, Hiroshima Peace Park, Hiroshima, Japan
Curators: Takashi Hiraoka (Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation) | Robert Del Tredici
1991 Nuclear Matters
San Francisco Camera Works, San Francisco, California
Curators: Tim Druckery | Marnie Gillett
1990-1994 Bombensicher – Erste Europäische Ausstellung der Atomic Photographers Guild
Ein Ausstellungsprojekt des World Uranium Hearing

Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Albert KunzeGalerie des Jugend-und Kulturzentrums Mitte Werkstatt und Kultur, Stuttgart, Germany,1994
1992,  Infostelle Garow: Kreishaus Lüchow: Kirche Danneberg, Lüchow-Danneberg, Germany
1992,  Bürgerhaus, Dreieich, Germany
1992,  Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Kongreßhalle, Berlin, Germany
1992,  Wolf-Dietrich-Halle in Schloß Mirabell, Salzburg, Austria
1992,  Stadtbibliothek, Itzeboe, Germany
1992,  Soziokulturelles Zentrum Sudhaus, Tübingen, Germany
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Prague, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Paröubitz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Budweis, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Brünn, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Olmütz, Czech
1992,  Hnuti Duha, Trebitsch, Czech
1992,  Die Tschechientour wurde durchgefürt von der Umweltorganisation Anuti Duha in Brno, Rouchovany/Tschechion (Nähe AKW Doukovany), Czech
1992,  Greenpeace/Belgien, Mol/Belgien, Stadtbücherei
1992,  Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Germany
1991,  Niedersächsisches Orweltainisterium, Hannover, Landtag
1991,  SPD-Ortsverband, Rotenburg/Wumme (bei Bresen), Rathaus
1991,  United Nations Foyer, Geneva, Switzerland
1991,  Tagung der Partnerstädte von Hiroshima und Nagasaki, Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany
1991,  Weltkongreß der IPPNW, Messezentrum, Stockholm, Sweden
1991,  Gauselfingen,WIR–Projekt, Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Ulm, West Germany
1991,  Volkshochschule, Munich, Germany
1990,  Weltkongreß der NGOs, Paris, Kongreßzentrum
1990,  Women’s Museum, Bonn, Germany
1990,  IPPNW-Kongreß, Beethovenhalle, Bonn, Germany
1990,  Rathaus, Kiel, W. Germany,
1990,  Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany
1988 The Atomic Photographers Guild: Second International Exhibition
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress
Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Canada
Curator: Robert Del Tredici
1987 The Atomic Photographers Guild: First International Exhibition
New York Open Center, New York, NY, USA
Curators: Robert Del Tredici | Harris Fogel | Carole Gallagher

PUBLICATIONS

Selected Publications (books, essays, articles, reviews) by and about members of the Atomic Photographers Guild. 

Baillargeon, Claude (author) McMillan, David (photographer). Growth and Decay: Pripyat and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Göttingen, Germany: Steidl, 2019.

Conley, Christine. Material, Trace, Trauma: Notes on some recent acquisitions at the Canadian War Museum and the Legacy of WWII Canadian Military History Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 2017. 1–19.

Crnkovich, James and Robert Del Tredici. Atomic America. 2017.

Cuthbertson, Christina. “The Book Unbound.” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 101–112.

Decamous, Gabrielle. Invisible Colors: The Arts of the Atomic Age. Cambridge, United States: MIT Press, 2018.

Delevigne, Lionel and Anna Gyorgy. To the Village Square: From Montague to Fukushima: 19752014. Prospectus Press, 2014.

Del Tredici, Robert. The People of Three Mile Island. First Edition. San Francisco: Random House, 1982.

Del Tredici, Robert. At Work in the Fields of the Bomb. New York, United States: Harper & Row, 1987.

Del Tredici, Robert. “Romancing the Atom.” Northern Lights VI (I): 22–25, 1990.

Del Tredici, Robert. “Romancing the Atom.” Views: The Journal of Photography in New England, 10:3, 3–6. 1989.

Del Tredici, Robert. “The Atomic Photographers Guild.” Nuclear Matters. San Francisco: Camera Works, 1991.

Del Tredici, Robert. “Trinity: Fifty Years After.” Creative Camera (June-July), 1995.

Elkins, James (author), elin o’Hara slavick (photographer). After Hiroshima. Chapel Hill: Daylight Books, 2013.

Paul Dosh (author) and James Lerager (photographer). Demanding the Land: Urban Popular Movements in Peru and Ecuador, 1990–2005. Penn State University Press, 2010.

Fields, Alison. “The Atomic Photographers Guild: Witnessing Nuclear Legacies.” In Discordant Memories: Atomic Age Narratives and Visual Culture. 129–70. Norman, United States: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020.

Merilyn Fairskye ‘In/Visible’, Unlikely – Journal for Creative Arts, issue 05 

Fitzpatrick, Blake and Jonathan Bordo (eds). Place Matters, “Hibakujumaku,” (by Katy McCormick). Proceeds from the International Conference of Critical Topography: Investigations of Landscapes. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022 (in press).

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Mary Kavanagh: Embodied Politics | La politique incarnée.” Ciel Variable: Art Photo Médias Culture, Montréal, Spring-Summer 2020 Issue. 32–41.

Fitzpatrick, Blake, and Robert Del Tredici. “Port Hope in the Era of Nuclear Waste.” Through Post-Atomic Eyes, Claudette Lauzon and John O’Brian (eds). Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020. 46–64.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “From Above: Critical Distance, Aerial Views, and Counter-Images.” Critical Distance in Documentary Media, Gerda Cammaer, Blake Fitzpatrick, Bruno Lessard (eds). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 129–148.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Photographs Below the Surface.” John O’Brian (ed). Camera Atomica, The Art Gallery of Ontario and Black Dog Press, 2015. 164–179.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Photographs in a Fallout Shelter,” The Cultural Work of the Photograph in Canada. Andrea Kunard and Carol Payne (eds). McGill–Queens University Press, Montréal, 2011. 195–211.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Afterimages.” History of Photography, 32 (2): 2008. 176–87.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Disaster Topographics.” Image and Inscription: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Photography. Robert Bean (ed). Toronto: Gallery 44 and YYZ Books, 2005. 53–63.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Archival Strategies at Work.” Fuse, Volume 27, Number 3, Sep 2004.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Making Visible: Photography, Witnessing and the Nuclear Era.” Ph.D., Canada: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era. Toronto, Canada: The Toronto Photographers Workshop, 2001.

Fitzpatrick, Blake. Uranium Landscapes. The Art Gallery of Peterborough, 2000.

Gallagher, Carole. “Thank you, Mr. Avedon.” Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future. Robert Jacobs (ed). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2010.

Gallagher, Carole. American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War. Random House, 1994.

Goin, Peter and Michon Mackedon. Bombast: Spinning Atoms in the Desert. Nevada: Black Rock Institute Press, 2010.

Goin, Peter. Nuclear Landscapes (Creating the North American Landscape). Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 1991.

Halden, Grace. Three Mile Island: The Meltdown Crisis and Nuclear Power in American Popular Culture. Critical Moments in American History: Routledge Press, 2017.

Hepner, Abbey. The Light at the End of History, Daylight Books, 2021

Higuchi, Kenji. Photo Document: Japan’s Nuclear Power Plants. Tokyo, Japan: Origin, 1979.

Kostin, Igor, and Thomas Johnson. Chernobyl: Confessions of a Reporter. Brooklyn, United States: Umbrage Editions, 2006.

Lauzon, Claudette and John O’Brian (eds). Through Post-Atomic Eyes. Canada: McGill-Queens University Press, 2020.

Matsushige, Yoshito. Atomic Bomb Photo Testament: A Collection of Photographs By the Photographers Who Survived the Bombing in Hiroshima, 1996.

Nagatani, Patrick, Desire for Magic: Patrick Nagatani 19782008. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2010.

Nagatani, Patrick. Nuclear Enchantment. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1991.

O’Brian, John. The Bomb in the Wilderness: Photography and Nuclear Experience in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2020.

O’Brian, John (ed). Camera Atomica: Photographing the Nuclear World. London, U.K.: Black Dog Publishing, 2014.

O’Brian, John. “Mary Kavanagh: Atomic Suite.” BorderCrossings, Volume 31, No. 4, Issue No. 124, 2012.

Reckitt, Helena, Paul Shambroom Picturing Power. Minneapolis: Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota).

Ruwedel Mark. Mark Ruwedel, Toronto: Steidl/Scotiabank, 2015.

Ruwedel Mark. The Italian Navigator. Toronto and Montréal: Art 45, Stephen Bulger Gallery and Galarie Francoise Paviot, 2000.

Ruwedel Mark. The Hanford Stretch. Vancouver, 1993.

Sharman, Lindsey V. “ | Flu | War | Breath | Cloud | . ” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 133–137.

Sharman, Lindsey V. “Constituent Parts: Recent Portraiture in Canadian Military Art.” Canadian Military History Journal, Vol. 26: Issue 1, Winter 2017. 1–27.

Shambroom, Paul. Face to Face with the Bomb: Nuclear Reality after the Cold War. Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 2003.

slavick, elin o’Hara. Colorado Nuclear Atlas,Dark Archive” , January 14, https://www.coloradonuclearatlas.org/artwork/dark-archive/artwork (project by Sarah Kanouse) 2023

slavick, elin o’Hara. Toxic Immanence: Decolonizing Nuclear Legacies and Futures, edited by Livia Monnet, image featured in “Lingering Radiation: On Violent Pasts and Open-Ended Futures,” Ruby De Vos, pp. 282-287; “Inheritance: Radiant Reflections from Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Fukushima: 20 poems by Bo Jacobs for 20 Photographs by elin o’Hara slavick,” pp. 383-423, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Canada, https://www.mqup.ca/toxic-immanence-products-9780228011361.php, 2022

slavick, elin o’Hara.  Drone Imaginaries: The Power of Remote Vision, edited by Andreas Immanuel Graae and Kathrin Maurer, Manchester University Press, UK, cover image and p. 32, https://www.manchesterhive.com/display/9781526145949/9781526145949.xml, 2021

slavick, elin o’Hara.  Holding History in Our Hand, limited edition artist book from the Peace Resource Center Archive. on the occasion of the 75th memorial of Hiroshima and Nagasaki for Wilmington College’s Annual Westheimer Peace Symposium and Response Project, USA, https://www.blurb.com/b/10237191-holding-history-in-our-hand, 2020

slavick, elin o’Hara. Burnaway, “On Hiroshima: Q&A with elin o’Hara slavick”, Amy White, August 4, https://burnaway.org/magazine/temporal-rupture-performativity-artist-surrogate-responder-conversation-elin-ohara-slavick/, 2014

slavick, elin o’Hara. The Asia-Pacific Journal, “After Hiroshima: an interview with elin o’Hara slavick,” Amy White, Volume 11, Issue 19 No. 3, May 13, https://apjjf.org/2013/11/19/elin-oHara-slavick/3940/article.html, 2013

slavick, elin o’Hara. Spectrum, journal of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization, Vienna, Austria, https://www.ctbto.org/resources/information-materials/spectrum, 2013

slavick, elin o’Hara. The Journal of Cultural Studies, Routledge, Vol. 26, Numbers 1-6, cover images, https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcus20/26/6?nav=tocList, 2012

slavick, elin o’Hara.  After Hiroshima, bilingual monograph of my work, essay by James Elkins, Daylight Books, NY, https://daylightbooks.org/products/elin-ohara-slavick-after-hiroshima , 2013

slavick, elin o’Hara. The Asia-Pacific Journal, “Art, Politics, Memory, and Language in A Measure of Remorseand Protesting Cartography – Places the U.S. has Bombed: A Conversation between Artists Hong-An Truong and elin o’Hara slavick, https://apjjf.org/-elin-o’Hara-slavick/3393/article.html, 2010

slavick, elin o’Hara.   The Asia-Pacific Journal, “Hiroshima: A Visual Record,” elin o’Hara slavick, Vol. 30-3-09, https://apjjf.org/-elin-o’Hara-slavick/3196/article.html, 2009

slavick, elin o’Hara. Bomb after Bomb: A Violent Cartographymonograph of my work with essays by Howard Zinn, Carol Mavor, and Catherine Lutz, Charta Art Books, Milan, Italy, https://www.abebooks.com/9788881586332/Bomb-after-Violent-Cartography-Elin-8881586339/plp, 2007

Taylor, Bryan C. “Nuclear Pictures and Metapictures,” American Literary History. 9 (3), Fall, 1997.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2017a “An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art,” 26. University of Montréal, Montréal, Canada, 2017.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2017b. “An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art.” Cultural Enquiry Research Group, 25. Federation University, Ballarat, Australia.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “Situated Nuclear Knowledges: An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art.” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, no. 5: 13.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2019a. “The Visual Politics of Oceanic Nuclear Colonialism.” Philosophical Foundation and Historical Circulation of Ideas in Nuclear Disarmament Conference. Paris, France.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2019b. “Pam Debenham’s Antipodean Nuclear Feminism,” 25. California, U.S.

Taylor, N.A.J. 2019c. “(In)Visibility and Oceanic Nuclear Art: The Figure of Biological Life, the Mushroom Cloud Motif, and Experiential Nuclear Knowledges.” Ecology and New Materialism in Process, 10. Canberra, Australia: Environment and Governance Research Group, University of New South Wales.

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