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  1. Motion Pictures Motion Pictures (Work) by Arai, Tomie (2002)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media triptych

    Subjects: histories; film (performing arts); anniversaries; filmmakers; cultural heritage

    Local Subjects: Arai, Tomie

  2. Chinese in the Americas: Cultural richness of the diaspora explored Review "Chinese in the Americas: Cultural richness of the diaspora explored" by Helen L. Kohen in The Herald, April 21, 1995 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1995)

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  3. Four Artists press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "Four Artists", Asian Arts Institute, [1983] (Document) (1983)

    Exhibition press release for "Four Artists" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, [1983], with artists Tomie Arai, Kwok Mang Ho, Arlan Huang, and Charles Yuen.

  4. Home flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "Home", Goddard-Riverside Community Center, 1987 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1987)

    Art show flyer for "Home", Twenty-third Annual Art Show of the Goddard-Riverside Community Center, New York City, from May 8-31, 1987. Curated by Faith Ringgold.

  5. Renewal, pg 1 Brochure for "Renewal", memorial silkscreen mural, Federal Office Building, 1998 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1998)

    Brochure for "Renewal" mural by Tomie Arai in 1998 at the Federal Office Building, memorializing the African Burial Ground discovered in Lower Manhattan. (Size indicated is folded size)

  6. Inside/Out, Arai Excerpt from exhibition catalog, Inside/Out, 1997 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1997)

    Exhibition catalog for "Inside/Out: Japanese and Japanese American Artist Prints" at the Printed Image Gallery, Philadelphia, from Apr 25-Aug 20, 1997, with artists Tomie Arai, Yoshio Itagaki, Michi Nami, Shigeko Kunabe, Tom Nakashima, Hitoshi Nakazato, Norie Sato, and Roger Shimomura.

  7. Kitchen pamphlet, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition pamphlet for "Kitchen", Art in General, 1997 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1997)

    Exhibition pamphlet for "Kitchen", a collaboration between Tomie Arai and Millie Chen, at Art in General, New York City, from Jan 18-Mar 1, 1997. Essay "The Making of an Asian American Kitchen" by Yau Ching

  8. CityArts brochure, pg 1 Excerpts from traveling exhibition brochure "The Creative Process", Public Art Projects realized by CityArts Inc. (1968-1990), 1990-1991 (Document) (1990)

    Exhibition brochure for "The Creative Process: A Traveling Exhibition of Selected Public Art Projects realized by CityArts Inc. 1968-1990" at various locations: The Cork Gallery (Apr 1990), Bronx Museum (Sep 1990), Brooklyn Museum (Nov 1990), and Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor (1991).

  9. Fathers press release Exhibition press release for "Fathers", Asian Arts Institute, 1986 (Document) (1986)

    Exhibition press release for "Fathers" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from May 30-June 25, 1986, with artists Tomie Arai, Santiago Bose, Fay Chiang, Bob Hsiang, Arlan Huang, Kazuko, Hugo Kobayashi, Anna Kuo, Yong Soon MIn, Tetsu Okuhara, Kunie Sugiura, Lisa Suzuki, Alvin Tada, Mary Ting, Xing Fei, and Zarina.

  10. Fathers catalog, pg 1 Excerpt from exhibition catalog, Fathers, 1986 (Document) (1986)

    Excerpts from exhibition catalog for "Fathers" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, in 1986, with artists Tomie Arai, Santiago Bose, Fay Chiang, Bob Hsiang, Arlan Huang, Kazuko, Hugo Kobayashi, Anna Kuo, Yong Soon MIn, Tetsu Okuhara, Kunie Sugiura, Lisa Suzuki, Alvin Tada, Mary Ting, Xing Fei, and Zarina.

  11. Portrait/Young Woman Portrait/Young Woman (Work) by Arai, Tomie (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: lithograph

    Subjects: portraits; women; histories; women's studies; gender issues; identity; cultural heritage

    Local Subjects: Arai, Tomie; heritage

  12. Double Happiness sheet, pg 1 Exhibition information sheet for "Tomie Arai: Double Happiness", The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1998 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1998)

    Exhibition information sheet for "Tomie Arai: Double Happiness" at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, 1998.

  13. Fathers flyer (front) Exhibition flyer for "Fathers", Asian Arts Institute, 1986 (Document) (1986)

    Exhibition flyer for "Fathers" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from May 30-June 25, 1986, with artists Tomie Arai, Santiago Bose, Fay Chiang, Bob Hsiang, Arlan Huang, Kazuko, Hugo Kobayashi, Anna Kuo, Yong Soon MIn, Tetsu Okuhara, Kunie Sugiura, Lisa Suzuki, Alvin Tada, Mary Ting, Xing Fei, and Zarina.

  14. Tomie Arai's Artist Statement, 1 Artist Statement(s) (Document) by Arai, Tomie (1985)
  15. Tomie Arai's Resume, pg 1 Artist Resume, 2008 (Document) by Arai, Tomie (2008)
  16. Self Portrait Self Portrait (Work) by Arai, Tomie (1983)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media on paper

    Subjects: women; self-portraits; stereotypes; identity

    Local Subjects: Arai, Tomie

  17. Framing an American Identity Framing an American Identity (Work) by Arai, Tomie (1992)

    Materials and Techniques: site-specific installation

    Subjects: histories; mass media; violence; stereotypes; race (concept); identity

    Local Subjects: Arai, Tomie; Executive Order 9066; internment; racial violence

  18. Double Happiness Double Happiness (Work) by Arai, Tomie (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: banquet halls; portraits; dining tables; banquets (feasts); identity; cultural heritage

    Local Subjects: Arai, Tomie; diaspora