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  1. Yoshiki Araki's resume, pg 1 Artist Resume, [2000] (Document) by Araki, Yoshiki (0000)
  2. Uptown/Downtown flyer, pg 1 Exhibition postcard for "Uptown/Downtown", City Gallery and Asian American Arts Centre, 1989 (Document) (1989)

    Exhibition postcard for "Uptown/Downtown" at City Gallery, New York City and Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Apr 6-May 12, 1989, with artists Yoshiki Araki, Jean Chiang, Ik-Joong Kang, Kazuko, Ming Mur-Ray, Toshio Saski, Rumiko Tsuda, Martin Wong, Tony Wong, Charles Yuen, Hongtu Zhang.

  3. Wrought Iron Egg Wrought Iron Egg (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media on canvas

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki

  4. Physical Memory (Hiroshima) Physical Memory (Hiroshima) (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki

    Materials and Techniques: oil and wood on canvas

    Subjects: Hiroshima (inhabited place); landscapes (representations); pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; World War II; wounds

  5. Hiroshima Born flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", Asian American Arts Centre, 2006 (Document) by Araki, Yoshiki (2006)

    Exhibition flyer for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Jul 7-Aug 11, 2006.

  6. Yesterday, postcard, pg 1 Exhibition postcard for "Yesterday: Reflection on Childhood", Asian American Arts Centre, 1988 (Document) (1988)

    Exhibition postcard for "Yesterday: Reflection on Childhood" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Mar. 24-Apr. 22, 1988, with artists Yoshiki Araki, Amy Cheng, Byron Kim, Hugo Kobayashi, Anna Kuo, Kyung Lim Lee, Lanie Lee, Mary Lum, Sharon Lumho, John Nagazawa, Carol Sun, Gordon Wong, Carrie Yamaoka, Chuck Yuen.

  7. Hiroshima Born poster Exhibition poster for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", Asian American Arts Centre, 2006 (Document) by Araki, Yoshiki (2006)

    Exhibition poster for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Jul 7-Aug 11, 2006.

  8. Hiroshima Born press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", Asian American Arts Centre, 2006 (Document) by Araki, Yoshiki (2006)

    Exhibition press release for "Yoshiki Araki: Hiroshima Born", at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Jul 7-Aug 11, 2006.

  9. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1996)

    Materials and Techniques: collage in wax and wood box

    Subjects: concentration camps; pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; Executive Order 9066; World War II; disembodiment; estrangement; internment; wounds

  10. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1996)

    Materials and Techniques: collage in wax and wood box

    Subjects: eroticism

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; disembodiment

  11. Hiroshima Hiroshima (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1985)

    Materials and Techniques: oil on paper

    Subjects: Hiroshima (inhabited place); deaths; eroticism; pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; World War II

  12. The Morning of Agony The Morning of Agony (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1985)

    Materials and Techniques: oil and straw on canvas

    Subjects: eroticism; Hiroshima (inhabited place); pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; body; disembodiment; World War II

  13. Mother & Son Mother & Son (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1985)

    Materials and Techniques: oil and straw on canvas

    Subjects: Hiroshima (inhabited place); eroticism; pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; World War II; disembodiment; estrangement

  14. Mosra's Egg Mosra's Egg (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1988)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media

    Subjects: Hiroshima (inhabited place); pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; World War II; wounds

  15. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1996)

    Materials and Techniques: collage in wax and wood box

    Subjects: eroticism; pain (sensation)

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; disembodiment; wounds

  16. Adam and Eve Adam and Eve (Work) by Araki, Yoshiki (1986)

    Materials and Techniques: oil and mixed media on canvas

    Subjects: eroticism; Hiroshima (inhabited place); pain (sensation); wars

    Local Subjects: Araki, Yoshiki; body; disembodiment; World War II; wounds