D. Pagel, "Childhood Into Adulthood," Los Angeles Times, 12 March 1999, p. F32 (illustrated).
L. Joynes,"Yoshitomo Nara at Ginza Art Space," Art in America, vol. 87, no. 7, July 1999, p. 106 (illustrated in color).
Lullaby Supermarket, exh. cat., Nnberg, 2001, pp. 134-135 (another example illustrated).
R. Smith," Token Japanese Guy or American Consumerism at Work," Visual Art, September 2003, p. 21 (illustrated).
Phaidon, Cream 3, New York, 2003, p. 232 (another example illustrated in color).
M. Coetzee, Rubell Family Collection: Not Afraid, New York and London, 2004, pp. 86-87 and 238 (another example illustrated in color). P. Doroshenko, Private Spaces for Contemporary Art, Brussels, 2010, pp. 216-217 (illustrated in color).
R. Smith, "Cuddling with Little Girls, Dogs and Music," New York Times, 9 September 2010.
Tokyo, Ginza Art Space, Walking Alone, January-February 1999 (another example exhibited).
Los Angeles, Blum & Poe, Yoshitomo Nara: An Exhibition of Sculpture in Two Parts, February-March 1999.
Stadtgalerie Saarbrken; Erlangen, Sttische Galerie and Leiden, Stedelijk Museum de Lakenhal, Trading Views, February-October 2000 (another example exhibited).
Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Walk On: Works by Yoshitomo Nara, March-June 2000 (illustrated in color).
Aachen, Ludwig Forum; Maastricht, Bonne-fantenmuseum; Heerlen, Stadsgalerij and Li©ge, Muse d'Art modern, Continental Shift: A Voyage Between Cultures, May-September 2000, p. 82, no. 1 (illustrated in color).
Prato, Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Senritsumirari-Future Perfect, 2001 (another example exhibited).
Jerusalem, Israel Museum, Rising Sun, Melting Moon: Contemporary Art in Japan, December 2005-June 2006.
New York, Asia Society Museum, Yoshitomo Nara: Nobody's Fool, September 2010-January 2011, pp. 60 and 62-63 (illustrated in color).