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YOSHIDA, Bibliography, cont.   page two

Books and Catalogues, cont....

Halstead, Whitney. Illinois Painters II 1971-1972. Chicago: Illinois Arts Council, 1971. Traveling exhibition. pg. 2.

Illinois Arts Council. Koffler Foundation Collection. Chicago: The Illinois Arts Council, 1976. Essay by Dennis Adrian.

Illinois State University, Center for Visual Arts Gallery. Illinois Artists/1976. Normal, Illinois: Illinois State University, 1976.

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Contemporary Art Society. Painting and Sculpture Today/1976. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1980. pg. 57.

Painting and Sculpture Today/1972. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1972.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England. Comic Iconoclasm. London, England: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1987. Preface by Iwona Blazwick Essays by Sheena Wagstaff, Umberto Eco, Dan Graham, John Ashbery, and David Deitcher.

The Main Bank of Chicago. The Art in the Main Bank of Chicago. Essay by Franz Schulze.

Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago Imagist Art. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art. Essay by Franz Schulze.

N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago. Ray Yoshida. Essay by Dennis Adrian.

National Collection of Fine Arts. Made in Chicago. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974, pp. 11-17. Essays by Whitney Halstead and Dennis Adrian.

National Gallery of Canada. What They're Up To In Chicago. Ottawa, Canada: National Gallery of Canada, 1972-73.

Schulze, Franz. Fantastic Images: Chicago Art Since 1945. Chicago: Follett Publishing, 1972. pg. 208-209, 221.

The Art Institute of Chicago. The 74th American Exhibition of Artists of Chicago and Vicinity. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1982. Essay by Anne Rorimer. pgs. 5-11.

The 73rd American Exhibition of Artists of Chicago and Vicinity. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1981.
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