Voice a Wild Dream: Moments in Asian American Art and Activism, 1968-2022, curator, Kris Kuramitsu, Godzilla, OXYArts, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
MAM Research 009: Imagining Justice - Asian American Art Movement. June 29 - November 6, 2022. Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Only One Earth, The Flag Project 2022, Rockefeller Center ©2022 in collaboration with the United Nation's Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Climate Museum. New York, NY. April 1-May 1, pg 48.
Primary Information, Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network 1990-2001 ©2021 edited by Howie Chen, pg. 8-9, 83, 87, 90, 100, 161, 165, 195, 227, 230, 239, 246-251, 265, 285, 394, 509, 518, 534, 550.
Sabra Moore, Openings, A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, 1970-1992, ©Oct 26, 2016, pgs.106, 112 (Reproductions), New Village Press. New York, NY.
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
Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc., Helen Oji, Visual Artist, Interviewer: Jessica Hagedorn, Writer, Artist and Influence, ©1993, Vol. XIII, pgs. 177-183,
Judith Tannenbaum, Interactions: Collaborations in the Visual and Performing Arts, ICA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, May 23-Jul 7, 1991, pg. 7, 10.
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
Boucher, Brian, An Exhibition Dedicated to a Legendary Asian American Art Collective Have Been Cancelled After a Majority of the Artists Withdrew, artnet.com, art world, (photo), Mar. 11, 2021
Power, PhD, Susan L., Helen Oji: Envisioning Cosmic Connections, for Estrada Fine Art, 2021 (Essay/Reproductions)
Alice Yang, Group Show at Haenah-Kent Gallery, Asian Art News, Mar/Apr 1994, pg. 94, Vol. 4 No. 2 (Review)
Edward J. Sozanski, In ICA's new space ode to performance art, The Philadephia Inquirer, View, Art (review) 1991
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
Ann Sargent-Wooster, Helen Oji at Monique Knowlton, Review/Reproduction, Art in America, Vol. 71, No. 1, Jan. 1983,
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)
Backbone Project, Frog and Squirrel and Possum by Yoko Oji & Helen Oji ©2021