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Through A Collector's Eye: The Kenzo Kagami Collection of Post-War Japanese Art
Bijutsu Shuppan sha ed., ‘Tokushu Gendai bijutsu no shinsedai to nyu-sutairu (Featuring the new generation and new style of contemporary art)’ in the monthly art magazine Bijutsu Techo (art handbook), issue no. 508 (Tokyo, March 1983), p. 83
Kawasaki IBM Civic Cultural Gallery ed., Yamakura Kenshi ten (Kenshi Yamakura exhibition), exhibition catalogue, (Kawasaki, 1992)
Arata Tani, Kaiten suru hyosho – gendai bijutsu datsu-posutomodan no shikaku (Rotating representation – modern art, vision angle of de-postmodern), (Tokyo, 1992), p. 56
The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma and The Museum of Art, Ehime, Through a Collector’s Eye: Japanese Art after 1945, exhibition catalogue, (Japan, 2001), cat. no. 97, p. 114
1984: Dai 20 kai kyo-no sakka-ten “men” o meguru hyogen no genzai (The 20th Artists Today Exhibition: Contemporary Expression concerning Plane and Surface), Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa
1986: TAMA VIVANT ’86 “tokehajimeta, sakuin (Index starting to melt)”, the Hachioji campus of Tama Art University, Tokyo and others
2001 - 2002: Through a Collector’s Eye: Japanese Art after 1945, The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma and The Museum of Art, Ehime