Bibliography

Books and Catalogues 

Sabra Moore, Openings, A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992, ©Oct 26, 2016, pgs.106, 112 (Reproductions), New Village Press

Fred S. Kleiner, Gardner’s Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective, Volume II, Publisher: Cengage Learning Edition 15, Oji, Helen, Mount St. Helens, xviii preface, pg 894 (Reproduction)

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Art World ©1999, Mark Strand, TG-S ©1999 Robert Pincus-White, “Art’s Hard Face” ©1999, Wayne Koestenbaum, Fotofolio/Artpost, Library of Congress #99-67794 

From Basement to Godzilla, limited edition portfolio, ©1999, #35.

Alice Yang, Why Asia, Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art, New York, University Press, New York & London ©1998 The Estate of Alice Yang, pgs 60-61

The Curio Shop, The New World Order III, Godzilla, Artists Space, Feb 18-Apr 3, 1993.

Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc., Helen Oji, Visual Artist, Interviewer: Jessica Hagedorn, Writer, Artist and Influence, ©1993, Vol. XIII, pgs. 177-183,


The Return of The Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, ©1994, (Catalog)

Judith Tannenbaum, Interactions: Collaborations in the Visual and Performing Arts, ICA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, May 23-Jul 7, 1991, pg. 7, 10.

Lucy R. Lippard, Mixed Blessings, ©1987 Pantheon Books, pg. 24, (Reproduction)

Judy K. Collischan Van Wagner, Lines of Vision, Hudson Hill Press, NYC, ©1989

Lifelines, Here & Now, Greenville County Museum of Art, 1985, Greenville, SC, (Catalog/Reproduction)

Dreams and Fantasies, Natural Forces - Ming Fay, Helen Oji, Paul Wong, Barry Schwabsky - catalog essay, Asian Art Institute, May 17-Jun 14 1985.

Lynn Gumpert, The End of the World: Contemporary Visions of the Apocalypse, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, ©1983, Catalog/Text 

Monique Knowlton Gallery, Intro by Carter Ratcliff, (catalog) ©1981.

New Imagists, The Alternative Museum, New York, NY (Catalog/Reproduction)

Articles and Reviews

Alice Yang, Group Show at Haenah-Kent Gallery, Asian Art News, Mar/Apr 1994, pg. 94, Vol. 4 No. 2 (Review) 

Edward J. Sozanski, ICA’s New Space, Philadelphia Inquirer, 7-F

Helen A. Harrison, Drawing: A Term Rich in Meanings, NYTimes, Sunday, June 11, 1989, pg 30 L.I.

Jennifer Dunning, Song of Lawino, The New York Times, Dec. 23, 1988, pg. C29.

William Zimmer, Natural Disaster Show Offers Samples of Creative Upheaval, WC, The New York Times, Jan. 26, 1986, pg. 24, (Review/Reproduction)

Marsha Tajima, Helen Oji, Asian American Perspective, Bridge, Spring 1985, Vol. 10, No., 1, pg. 26-27, 41 (Article/Reproduction)

Theodore F. Wolff, World Disaster Viewed Through the Artist’s Brush, The Christian Science Monitor, Monday, Jan. 16, 1984, pg. 21, (Review)

Grace Glueck, When Artists Portray Utopia and Armageddon, The New YorkTimes, Sunday, Jan. 15, 1984, pg. 33/35, (Review) pg.124/126

Ronny H. Cohen, Helen Oji, Review, Artforum, Vol. XXI, No. 5, Jan 1983, pg. 74

Ann Sargent-Wooster, Helen Oji at Monique Knowlton, Review/Reproduction, Art in America, Vol. 71, No. 1, Jan. 1983,

Kay Larson, Fresh-Air Fun, New York, Aug 16, 1982 Vol14, #32 p.54

Andree Marechai-Workman, Alan Kikuchi-Yngojo, Helen Oji, Stephanie Weber at The Nelson Gallery, UC, Davis, Spring 1982, Vol2, #4

William Zimmer, Art Breakers NY’s Emerging Artists, Soho News, Special Supplement, Vol. 7, No. 51, Sept 17-24, 1980, pg. 36 (Profile)

Kay Larson, Talkin’ Bout My Generation, The Village Voice, Vol. XXV, No. 25, Jun 18-24, 1980, pg. 36 (Review/Reproduction)

William Zimmer, 62 Drawings by 12 Artists, Soho News, Vol.7, No. 33, May 14-20, 1980, pg. 54 (Review)