Works of Visual Art


A vast amount of visual art on nuclear weapons and the environmental and social impact of nuclear energy has been created since 1945.

Some interesting recent art work includes:

I. FUKUSHIMA (JAPAN)

1, Ikeda Manabu's recent painting, Meltdown, inspired by Fukushima:


http://westvancouvermuseum.ca/exhibitions/past_exhibitions_2009___2013/ikeda_manabu___meltdown

In a recent paper at a Sophia University conference,
Asato Ikeda, Smithsonian , noted the visual citation of Studio Ghibli's film Howl's Moving Castle:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_sy3UEYGx4HI/TAa3tr_-idI/AAAAAAAAAvc/ngWGoi7_mNA/s1600/howls.jpg

2. Art of Ichi Ikeda. (includes overview of Japanese atomic art by Hiroku Shimizu, and interview with Ichi Ikeda);;

http://weadartists.org/japanese-anti-nuclear-art-ichi-ikeda-interview

II. HANFORD (WA, USA)

Gail Grinnel's Chalice.
Discussed by Mark Auslander at
http://museed.blogspot.com/2012/09/teaching-gail-grinnels-chalice.html