Kōji Enokura
Installation view
Zhu Jinshi, Quentin Morris, Kōji Enokura
May 13June 25, 2016
Installation view
June 6July 13, 2013
Phase-Mother Earth
Curated by Mika Yoshitake
February 25April 14, 2012

KŌJI ENOKURA 

Born in Tokyo, Japan, 1942
Died in Tokyo, Japan, 1995
 
Education
BFA, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1966
MFA, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1968

One-Person Exhibitions 

2017
Skin, Tokyo Publishing House, Tokyo, Japan
Figure, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 

2016
VeneKlasen/Werner, Berlin, Germany
Taka Ishii Gallery, New York, NY 

2015
Story & Memory, Tokyo Publishing House, Tokyo, Japan
Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2013
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
Photographic Works, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
Prints, Ohshima Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing, China
McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, NY  

2012
Documentation, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Prints, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing, China
 
2010
’90s Print Works and Painting, Shimada Shigeru Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Painting as Sign, Ohshima Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
Photographic Works, Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Ten Ten, Yokota Shigeru Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
2009
’80s Print Works, Shimada Shigeru Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Drawings, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2008
Paper and Oil, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2007
Intervention Ratio, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2006
Charcoal Drawings I, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
SPACE TOTSUKA ’70 – In Photographs, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2005
Charcoal Drawings , Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
Homage to Kōji Enokura, Nagai Fine Arts, Tokyo, Japan
Kōji Enokura: A Retrospective, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Photographic Notes, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
What Is Behind the Curtain, gallery 21yo-j, Tokyo, Japan
 
2004
Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Photographs ’71–’74, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2003 
Intervention '70–'90, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
 
2002
Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Kōji Enokura: Behind the Curtain, 1977 and 2002, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
Photography of Kōji Enokura : Now Read Again, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
Retrospection – Prints and Contemporary Art – Spring 2002, Gallery Ikeda Bijitsu, Tokyo, Japan
 
2001
Esquisses, Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Space 23°C, Tokyo, Japan
Two Stains ... And Other Works, Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
 
1998
Akutsu Gallery, Maebashi, Japan
 
1996
Kōji Enokura: The Posthumous Exhibition 1964–1995, Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo and Toride, Japan
Mourning Kōji Enokura: Print Works, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
 
1994
Kōji Enokura: Works of Photography 1972–1994, Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Kawaguchi, Japan
Recent Works 14 – Kōji Enokura, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
 
1993
Prints, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
 
1992
Gallery Shoko Nagai, Tokyo, Japan
Sakura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
 
1991
Behind the Curtain, Loft Museum, Niigata, Japan
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Morioka No.1 Gallery, Morioka, Japan
 
1990
Kōji Enokura: New Works, Concept Space, Shibukawa, Japan
Kōji Enokura: New Works, Concept Space R, Takasaki, Japan
Kōji Enokura 90, Nobu Gallery, Okazaki, Japan
Print Works 1985–1989, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
 
1989
Kōji Enokura Project, Surbank Temporary Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
1988
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1986
Sakura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
 
1984
Gallery Baudoin Lebon, Paris, France
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1983
Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Japan
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1982
Drawing, Lumiere Gallery, Yamagata, Japan
Drawing, Ryo Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
 
1981
Drawing, Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Sakura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
 
1980
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1979
Gallery Kitano Circus, Kobe, Japan
 
1978
Intervention Ratio, Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1977
Kōji Enokura Screenprints, Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1976
Gallery Nishiki, Tokyo, Japan
Indefinite Domain, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1975
Art Core August – Symptom, Art Core Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
Collection for Symptom, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1974
Kōji Enokura: Ein Japanisches Beispiel, Stadt Aachen Neue Galerie – Sammlung Ludwig, West Germany
 
1972
Quantity of Intervention, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1971
Quality of Wetness, Walker Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1970
Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
The Infinite Zone, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1969
The Ceremony of Walking, Tsubaki Kindai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Group Exhibitions

2018
Topologies, curated by Mika Yoshitake, The Warehouse, Dallas, TX

2017
Who Can Be Strangers? The Art of Mono-ha and Dansaekhwa, Blum & Poe at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery, San Francisco, CA 
When Attitude Become Form: Japanese Art of the 1970s through the Photography of Anzaï Shigeo, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan  

2016
Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Collection: From Shōhaku and Rosanjin to Anselm Kiefer, Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan
Black., Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
Blackness in Abstraction, Pace Gallery, New York, NY

2015
Reflection: In Return to Kōji 
Enokura, Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to Space 23˚C, Tokyo Japan; Gallery 21 yo-j, Tokyo, Japan
No Museum, No Life?, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Tout le Monde, Centre d'Art Contemporain d'Ivry: Le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
Things: Rethinking Japanese Photography and Art in 1970s, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Five Decades: Sculpture and Works on Paper, Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK
Mono-ha, Fondazione Mudima, Milan, Italy
Takahashi Collection: Mirror Neuron, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968-1979, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; traveled simultaneously to Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY and Japan Society Gallery, New York, NY
Mono-ha: Works on Paper, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Material and Perception: In Search of the Roots of Mono-ha, Yukososya and Impact Hub Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan

2014
The Hara Museum Collection at 35
, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha Artists
, Museum of Contemporary Art, Karuizawa, Japan
Manners of Matter
, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
1974, Part Two: A Turning Point in Postwar Japanese Art
, Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan
Koji Enokura | Maximilian Schubert
, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY
Mono-ha by Anzai: Photographs 1970–1976, Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan

2013
Susumu Koshimizu and Koji Enokura after Mono-ha
, Tabloid Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Re: Quest―Japanese Contemporary Art since the 1970s
, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Seven Types: Contemporary Art Is Now, Matsuzakaya Department Store, Nagoya, Japan
Susumu Koshimizu and Kōji Enokura after Mono-ha, Tabloid Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
2012
Collection: ’70s Japan—Mono-ha, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
Figure, Drawing, Ohshima Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
Photographic Work, Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mona-ha, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA; traveled to Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY
Revision with Photographs: SPACE TOTSUKA '70, Tokyo Publishing House, Tokyo, Japan
The Artists of Mono-ha and Its Era, Rakusui-tei Museum of Art, Toyama, Japan
 
2011
Dessin/Écriture, Sprout, Tokyo, Japan
Drawings, Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Kōji Enokura: Vesuvio Project 1972, Tokyo Publishing House, Tokyo, Japan
 
2010                
Meaningful Stain, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Photographic Work, Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Symptoms in Painting, Ohshima Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP 60th Anniversary Exhibition, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
 
2009
Enokura, Nomura, Takamatsu: Photographs 1968–1979, McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, NY
Scenery in Strange World, University Art Museum—Tokyo University the Arts, Tokyo, Japan
Where Light Gathers, Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
2008
Shimada Shigeru Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
2007  
Kaoru Yamaguchi and His Students, Omotesando Gallery + Musée F, Tokyo, Japan
TAMA VIVANT 2007, Tama Art University, Hachioji Campus, Tokyo, Japan, and B2F concourse in Minatomirai Station, Yokohama, Japan
The Photograph: What You See and What You Don't, University Art Museum—Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
What is Mono-ha?, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing, China
 
2006
From the Collection: The World of Abstraction—Color, Figure, Space, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Participate and Enjoy, Hachioji Yume Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to Kurashiki City Art Museum, Kurashiki, Japan; Fukui City Art Museum, Fukui, Japan; Anjo City Gallery, Aichi, Japan
 
2005     
Reconsidering Mono-ha, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
 
2004
Hanga: Waves of East–West Cultural Interchange, University Art Museum—Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Remaking Modernism in Japan, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Vestige: Body and Reflection of Art after War, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan; traveled to National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Water Level of Image: Transformation and Reflection of Narcissus, Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
2003
Expression of Watercolor of Japanese Contemporary Art: Blurring, Shading-off, Repeating-brush and Line, Shoto Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Memory of Mono-ha: By the Photograph and Document, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Print Picture, Half Picture, Anti-picture: Expression and Method, Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
The History of the Collection of An Office Worker: Where Japanese Art After War Is, Shunan City Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, Japan; traveled to Mitaka City Gallery of Art, Mitaka, Japan; Fukui Fine Arts Museum, Fukui, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
2002
The Unfinished Century: Legacies of 20th Century Art, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
2001     
Mono-ha Collection, Kamakura Gallery, Kamakura, Japan
Mono-ha, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK; traveled to Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn, UK
The Play of the Plan Part 2: Roger Ackling, Kōji Enokura, Nobu Gallery, Okazaki, Japan
 
2000
20th Century of Japanese Art: Art Tells Us This 100 Years, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
3rd Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea
Gallery Space 23℃, Tokyo, Japan
Method of Contemporary Art (5): Large Prints and Small Prints, Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)      
 
1999
Emotion – Anti-Emotion of the Era – Japanese Prints 1945-1999, Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Large & Landscape: Large Print Picture, Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, Tokyo, Japan
Machida, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1997
Gravity: A Coodinate Axis of Postwar Art, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1996
1970s Prints, Shoto Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Kōji Enokura and 14 Artists, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 1991-1995 and Yokohama Galleria Bellini, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Mourning Kōji Enokura: Time Penetrating, Art Camp Hakushu '96, Yamanashi, Japan (exh. cat.)
Requiem: Kōji Enokura and 33 Artists, Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Kawaguchi, Japan (exh. cat.)
Structure of Picture: One Color, One Figure, Bunbodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1995
46th Venice Biennale: ASIANA Contemporary Art from The Far East, Palazzo Vendramin Calergi, Venice, Italy
Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals, Museum of Fine Arts Gifu, Gifu, Japan; traveled to Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan; Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu, Japan; Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan; Museum of Modern Art Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne, France (exh. cat.)
Setagaya Art '96, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Talking by Picture , Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1994
And Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Archive Center of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Toride Campus - Wall Museum '94, Archive Center of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Toride Campus, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Aspects 1979–1994: Hara Museum 15th Anniversary Exhibition, Hara Museum Arc, Gunma, Japan (exh. cat.)
July Creation for Open-Air Institution, Tateyama Museum of Toyama, Japan
Mono-ha Part , Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Mourning Yaeko Fujita: Sakura Gallery and the Artists, Part , Sakura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan (exh. cat.)
Space Conception Saitama / Space Conception Nagoya, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, and Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan
When Karada Becomes Art: Organ and Body that Became Object, Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1993
11+11 Original Drawing, Nobu Gallery, Okazaki, Japan (exh. cat.)
ATELIER C-126 Prints Exhibition, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Photographs 1993, Ai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Setagaya Art '94, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Talking by Picture , Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1992
A Head of Photography Center, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
ATELIER C-126 Prints Exhibition, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Avantguardie Giapponesi degli anni 70, Galeria Comunale d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, Italy; traveled to
Setagaya Art '93, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
TAMA VIVANT '92, Shibuya Seibu Seed Hall, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
VideoThe New World – Potential of this Media, O Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1991
ATELIER C-126, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Drawings for Hakushu Summer Festival, Gallery Kokawa, Tokyo, Japan
Photographs 1991, Ai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Setagaya Art '91, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Talking by Picture: Sediment Left by Light, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1990
5th Anniversary Exhibition of Akiyama Gallery Part : Kazumichi Fujiwara + Kōji Enokura, Akiyama ATELIER C-126, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Japanese Contemporary Woodcarving Festival, Seki City Culture Center, Gifu, Japan (exh. cat.)
October Intervention, Seibu Department Store SMA Building Business Support Branch, Tokyo, Japan
Setagaya Art '90, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Yukata Exhibition, Matsuya Ginza Design Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1989
Art Exciting '89: Transcending the Present – Exchange Exhibition Between Japan and Australia, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama; traveled to Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia (exh. cat.)
ATELIER C-126, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
On Kawara: Repetition and Opposition, ICA Nagoya, Nagoya, Japan
Open-Air Art Creation Kaze-no-Matasaburo, Hakushu Summer Festival, Yamanashi, Japan (exh. cat.)
Photographs 1993, Ai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Setagaya Art '88, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1988
ATELIER C-126, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Contemporary Line Drawing, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Film Expression of Contemporary Art, Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
Haiku in Drawing, Gallery GEN, Tokyo, Japan
Introduction to Art History Seeking Study: Artists Discovered in the Museum Age, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Open the Gate / Works by Oil Painting Course, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo Japan
Open-Air Art Creation Kaze-no-Matasaburo, Hakushu Summer Festival, Yamanashi, Japan
Seven Gallery Artists, Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Talking by Picture, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Trends in Japanese Contemporary Art: Painting – Part 2, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
 
1987
18th Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition – Curating Section – Perspective of Contemporary Art – Plain and Space, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo; traveled to Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto; Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu; Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan (exh. cat.)
20th Anniversary ATELIER C-126 Prints Exhibition, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Memorial Exhibition for Publication of Print Works Book "Koko", Elegance Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (Publication of Original Prints, Edition 50)
Nobuo Sekine and Kōji Enokura Recent Print Works, Naruse Murata Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Situation of Contemporary Art – Print Work Today – After 1970 – From Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Collection, Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Shizuoka, Japan (exh. cat.)
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 100th Anniversary Exhibition: Prospect for Tomorrow – Works by Professors, Yurakucho Art Forum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1986
3rd Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 1986, Ozmany Memorial Hall, Dhaka, Bangladesh
86 Seoul Asian Contemporary Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, Seoul, Korea
86 Summer: Muramatsu, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
ATELIER C-126 Prints Exhibition, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Card-sized Works, Gallery Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Contemporary Art Exhibition: Dialogue with Asia – Message from Japan Works Exhibited in India December Exhibition by 12 Artists, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Contemporary Japanese Art, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Japanese Calligraphy and Painting Today, National Gallery in Prague, Waldstein Castle, Prague, Czecoslovakia
LOOK1 - 16 Artists, Hokushin Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat. and Publication of Original Prints, Edition 50)
Mono-ha, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Seven Artists in Summer, Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
The Message Japanese Contemporary Picture by 83 Artists, Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan
Tokyo Theater '86 Dokidoki Tokyo, Ebisu Factory of Sapporo Beer, Tokyo, Japan
Triennale + Bangladesh Biennale, ICA Nagoya, Nagoya, Japan (exh. cat.)
Watercolor Painting Today '86: for Drawing, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
When Object Passes Through Net of Nerve, NEWZ, Tokyo, Japan
White and Black in the Present Age, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1985
'85 Hinuma: Scenery of Soil, Hinuma Estate, Ibaraki, Japan (exh. cat.)
ATELIER C-126 Prints Exhibition '85, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Expression by Watercolor Part 3, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Expressions by Photographic Media in '70s, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Genkyo-Yuri-Tadasugata: Three-dimensional Drawing, Gallery21, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Imaginary Monuments: Vision Dream Image 1985, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Contemporary Painting, National Museum, New Delhi, India
Japanese Print Works 1985, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, Japan (exh. cat.)
LOOK1 - 15 Artists, Hokushin Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Paris-Tokyo Contemporary Art Friendship Exhibition: 8 Artists from Japan, Yurakucho Asahi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Shinkan Hall 10th Anniversary: 40 Years on Contemporary Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Twilight… Indefinite… Sign… Kōji Enokura, Toshikatsu Endo and Saburo Muraoka, Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1984
Art+Performance "Graduations", PlanB, Tokyo, Japan
Contemporary Art in Saitama: Today on Print Works, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Human Documents '84–'85-3, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
LOOK1 - 12 Artists, Hokushin Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
The Present Position, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Trends in Contemporary Art : Art from 1970 Onward – The International and Unique Feature, Tokyo
Years of Contemporary Art: Western-Style Painting in 1960s–70s and Trend of New 'Plain' Art, Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1983            
Japanese Art Today, Rath Museum; traveled to Museum of Fine Arts in Geneva, Switzerland
Showing Signs into Particles of Void, Gallery 21, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1982
1982 Japanese Contemporary Art, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
3 Artists, Gallery K, Tokyo, Japan
Prospect of Japanese Contemporary Art – Oil Painting, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Ueno '82, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
 
1981
1981 Japan Art Festival, Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Osaka; traveled to Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
A Silver Jubilee of Contemporary Prints in the World, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo; traveled to Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya; Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Hiroshima, Japan (exh. cat.)
Drawing '81, Shirota Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Contemporary Art, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan (exh. cat.)
Japanese Contemporary Art: Trends in Japanese Art in 70's, Korean Cultural Center, Korean Culture & Arts Foundation, Seoul, Korea
My Manifest '81, Sendai City Gallery, Sendai, Japan (exh. cat.)
Resounded: Ideas from Japan / Made in Australia, Gallery of Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia
Think the Prints: The 2nd A Sequel of Diversifying Expression - For '82 Today and Voice, Gallery Hosun, Tokyo, Japan
 
1980 
1980 Japanese Prints, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Art, Utsunomiya, Japan (exh. cat.)Ueno '80, 1st Hara Annual: Prospect for 80's, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
2nd Today's Image, Yamagata Museum of Art, Yamagata, Japan
39th Venice Biennale 1978, Japanese Pavilion, Venice, Italy
A Profile of Contemporary Prints, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Discord of Present Day 1980, Akita City Center, Akita, Japan (exh. cat.)
Kōji Enokura, Ken Hara and Masafumi Makasa, Gallery Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
ROSC '80 the Poetry of Vision, Dublin School of Architecture, Dublin; National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Small World of 6 Artists, Gallery Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
Space '80, Ichimura Department Store, Niigata, Japan
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
 
1979
11th International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; traveled to National Museum of Art, Osaka; Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo; Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
1st Today's Image, Akita Museum of Art, Akita, Japan (exh. cat.)
April Exhibition, Gallery Te, Tokyo, Japan
Artists Today '79, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
From Meiji, Taisho to Showa: The Steps of Japanese Contemporary Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum; traveled to Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan; Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan (exh. cat.)
Kasama Art Festival in Hot Summer, Mt. Karaoke, Kasama, Japan
Video, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
 
1978      
38th Venice Biennale, Japanese Pavilion, Venice, Italy
Artists Today: Planning Today, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Contemporary Testimony – Biennale de Paris '59 – '73 Contemporary Art – From Here To Where, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1977
22nd Annual Print Show, Tokyo American Club, Tokyo, Japan
Artists in West Coast and Exchange of Contemporary Art between Japan and USA, Kanagawa Pan-Conceptuals '77, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Point, Atelier Kawashima, Tokyo, Japan
Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Richness of Painting, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
 
1976
2nd Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Exhibism: Analysis and Division, Kanagawa Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Point, Kōji Enokura's house, Tokyo, Japan (Self-published exh. cat.)
 
1975
1st Tokyo Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
8th Contemporary Plastic Arts: Emotions – 50 Persons of Contemporary Art, Daimaru Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan (exh. cat.)
Artists Today '73, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
August Exhibition of Art Core, Art Core Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
Exhibism: From Method to Method, Kanagawa Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Point, Kōji Enokura's house, Tokyo, Japan
Still Life, Espace Saturday, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1974
Japan, Tradition und Gegenwart, Städtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf, Germany
 
1973
11th Japanese Contemporary Art 1973: Viewing the Last 20 years of Contemporary Art, Tokyo Kyoto Biennale 1973, Art by Group, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
Point, Kōji Enokura's house, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1972    
1st Japanese Contemporary Graphic Art Exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, London; traveled to Seibu Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
8th International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan (exh. cat.)
Artists Today '72, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (exh. cat.)
Exhibition of Film Information, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Komaba Anthology, KUNI Chiya Dance Studio, Tokyo, Japan
Operation Vesuvio – Japanese Section, Minami Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
 
1971    
7th Biennale de Paris, Paris, France
10th Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1970  
Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto; Aichi Cultural Center, Nagoya; Fukuoka Cultural Center, Fukuoka (exh. cat.)
SPACE TOTSUKA 70, Water, Wall, Grass, Soil, House, Stone, Sky, Ground, Fire, Air, Water…, Nakata City, Totsuka Ward, Yokohama, Japan (self-published exh. cat.)
Tokyo Biennale '70: Between Man and Matter, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to
Trends Contemporary Art, The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1969 
3rd Le Mont Group Exhibition, Saegusa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Four People and Five Event, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.)
 
1967   
1st Le Mont Group Exhibition, Ito Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2nd Le Mont Group Exhibition, Ito Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Awards and Grants 

1971
Scholarship Award, 7th Paris Biennale

1979
Prize of the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 11th International Biennale Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo

BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
Catalogues

2016
Edwards, Adrienne. Blackness in Abstraction. New York: Pace Gallery, 2016.

2015
Di Maggio, Gino, Achille Bonito Oliva, Yasuyuki Nakai, Kiyoshi Okada, and Masahiro Aoki. Mono-ha. Milan: Fondazione Mudima, 2015. 
Enokura, Kōji, Kin'ichi Obinata, and Isako Kumagai. Symptom: Kōji Enokura Photo Works 1969–1994. Tokyo: Tokyo Publishing House, 2015.

2014
Mono-ha Artists. Karuizawa: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2014.
Tanaka, Tatsuya, Yuri Matsushita, and Seiko Sato. 1974: A Turning Point in Postwar Japanese Art. Gunma: Museum of Modern Art, 2014. 

2013 
Bourgeois, Caroline and Michael Govan. Prima materia. Venice: Palazzo Grassi; Milan: Mondadori Electa, 2013.
Furuichi, Yasuko and Juri Murakami. Re: Quest - Japanese Contemporary Art Since the 1970s. Tokyo: Japan Foundation, 2013. 

2012 
Chong, Doryun. Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2012.
Obinata, Kinichi.Kōji Enokura : Documentation. Tokyo: Taka Ishii Gallery, 2012. 
Ritter, Gabriel. “Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha.” ArtAsiaPacific, no. 79 (July-August 2012): 120.Yoshitake, Mika. Requiem for the Sun : The Art of Mono-ha. Los Angeles: Blum & Poe, 2012.

2005
Kōji Enokura: A Retrospective. Tokyo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2005.

2004
Hanga: Waves of East–West Cultural Interchange. Tokyo: University Art Museum—Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 2004.
Remaking Modernism in Japan. Tokyo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2004.
Vestige: Body and Reflection of Art after War. Kyoto: National Museum of Modern Art, 2004.
Water Level of Image: Transformation and Reflection of Narcissus. Nagoya: Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, 2004.
 
2003
Expression of Watercolor of Japanese Contemporary Art: Blurring, Shading-off, Repeating-brush and Line. Tokyo: Shoto Museum of Art, 2003.
Print Picture, Half Picture, Anti-picture: Expression and Method. Tokyo: Nerima Art Museum, 2003.
The History of the Collection of An Office Worker: Where Japanese Art After War Is. Yamaguchi: Shunan City Museum of Art, 2003.
 
2002
Kōji Enokura : Behind the Curtain, 1977 and 2002. Tokyo: Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, 2002.
The Unfinished Century: Legacies of 20th Century Art. Tokyo: National Museum of Modern Art, 2002.
 
2001
Mono-ha - School of Things. Texts by Tatehata Akira, Simon Groom, Lee Ufan, Cambridge: Kettle’s Yard, 2001.
 
2000
20th Century of Japanese Art: Art Tells Us This 100 Years. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 2000.
Method of Contemporary Art (5): Large Prints and Small Prints. Tokyo: Nerima Art Museum, 2000. 
O, Kwang-su and Ichirō Hariu. Kwangju Biennale 2000: Man + Space: The Special Exhibition. Kwangju, Korea: Kwangju Biennale Foundation, 2000.  
Kwangju Biennale 2000 : Man + Space. Kwangju: Kwangju Biennale Foundation, 2000.
 
1999
Emotion – Anti-Emotion of the Era – Japanese Prints 1945-1999. Machida: Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, 1999.
 
1997
Gravity: A Coodinate Axis of Postwar Art. Osaka: National Museum of Art, 1997.
 
1996
1970s Prints. Tokyo: Shoto Museum of Art, 1996.
Carrein, Catherine. Japon 1970 : Matière et Perception : Le Mono-ha et la Recherche des Fondements de l’Art. Saint-Etienne: Musée d’Art Moderne, 1996.
Kōji Enokura and 14 Artists. Tokyo: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 1991-1995; Yokohama: Yokohama Galleria Bellini, Yokohama, 1996.
Kōji Enokura: The Posthumous Exhibition 1964–1995. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music; Tokyo and Toride, 1996.
Mourning Kōji Enokura: Time Penetrating. Yamanashi: Art Camp Hakushu '96, 1996.
Requiem: Kōji Enokura and 33 Artists. Kawaguchi: Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Kawaguchi, 1996.
 
1995
Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals. Gifu: Museum of Fine Arts Gifu, 1995.
Mikiko, Hirayama, Tokyo: Japan Foundation and Mainichi Newspapers,1995.
Oliva, Bonito, and Gino di Maggio. Asiana : Contemporary Art from the Far East. Venice: Fondazione Mudima, 1995.
Setagaya Art '96. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1995.
Sugawara, Norio. Japanese contemporary art: 24 artists’ ‘persisting moments.’ Tokyo: Maruzen, 1995.
Talking by Picture Ⅳ. Tokyo: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1995.
 
1994
Archive Center of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Toride Campus - Wall Museum '94. Tokyo: Archive Center of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Toride Campus, 1994.
Aspects 1979–1994: Hara Museum 15th Anniversary Exhibition. Gunma: Hara Museum Arc, 1994.
Kōji Enokura: Works of Photography 1972–1994. Kawaguchi: Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, 1994.
Mono-ha Part Ⅱ. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1994.
Mourning Yaeko Fujita: Sakura Gallery and the Artists, Part Ⅱ. Nagoya: Sakura Gallery, 1994.
Recent Works 14 – Kōji Enokura. Osaka: National Museum of Art, 1994.
When Karada Becomes Art: Organ and Body that Became Object. Tokyo: Itabashi Art Museum, 1994.
 
1993
11+11 Original Drawing. Okazaki: Nobu Gallery, Okazaki, 1993.
Prints. Tokyo: Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, 1993.
Setagaya Art '94. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1993.
Talking by Picture Ⅲ. Tokyo: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1993.
 
1992
Avantguardie Giapponesi degli anni 70. Italy: Galeria Comunale d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, 1992.
Kawara, On. On Kawara : Wieder und Wider. Frankfurt am Main: Portikus, 1992.
Kōji Enokura. Nagoya: Sakura Gallery, 1992.
Kōji Enokura. Tokyo: Gallery Shoko Nagai, 1992.
Setagaya Art '93. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1992.
TAMA VIVANT '92. Tokyo: Shibuya Seibu Seed Hall, 1992.
Video – The New World – Potential of this Media. Tokyo: O Museum, 1992.
 
1991
Chronicle of Art, 1976-1989. Tokyo: Mainichi Shimbun-sha, 1991.
Kōji Enokura. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, 1991.
Setagaya Art '91. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1991.
Talking by PictureⅡ: Sediment Left by Light. Tokyo: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1991.

1990
5th Anniversary Exhibition of Akiyama Gallery Part Ⅰ: Kazumichi Fujiwara + Kōji Enokura. Tokyo: Akiyama Gallery, 1990.
Japanese Contemporary Woodcarving Festival. Gifu: Seki City Culture Center, 1990.
Print Works 1985–1989. Tokyo: Gallery Ikeda Bijutsu, 1990.
Setagaya Art '90. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1990.
 
1989
Art Exciting '89: Transcending the Present – Exchange Exhibition Between Japan and Australia. Saitama: Museum of Modern Art, 1989.
Kōji Enokura 1969-1989. Niigata: Loft Museum; Hakushindo, 1989.
Open-Air Art Creation Kaze-no-Matasaburo. Yamanashi: Hakushu Summer Festival, 1989.
Setagaya Art '88. Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum, 1989.
 
1988
ATELIER C-126. Tokyo: Miyuki Gallery, 1988.
Introduction to Art History Seeking Study: Artists Discovered in the Museum Age. Tokyo: Tokiwa Gallery, 1988.
Kōji Enokura. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, 1988.
Nakamura, Keiji. Contemporary art: Paradigm lost. Tokyo: Suiseisha, 1988.
Talking by Picture. Tokyo: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1988.
 
1987
18th Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition – Curating Section – Perspective of Contemporary Art – Plain and Space. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1987.
Situation of Contemporary Art – Print Work Today – After 1970 – From Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Collection. Shizuoka: Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, 1987.
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 100th Anniversary Exhibition: Prospect for Tomorrow – Works by Professors. Tokyo: Yurakucho Art Forum, 1987.
 
1986
86 Seoul Contemporary Asian Art Show. Seoul: National Museum of Modern Art, 1986.
Card-sized Works. Tokyo: Gallery Yamaguchi, 1986.
Chiba, Shigeo. A history of deviations in contemporary art, 1945-1985. Tokyo: Shobunsha: 118-42, 1986.
Contemporary Art Exhibition: Dialogue with Asia – Message from Japan Works Exhibited in India Triennale + Bangladesh Biennale. Nagoya: ICA Nagoya, 1986.
Contemporary Japanese Art. Taipei: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 1986.
Kōji Enokura. Nagoya: Sakura Gallery, 1986.
LOOK1 - 16 Artists. Tokyo: Hokushin Gallery, 1986.
Mono-ha. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1986.
Nakamura, Hideki. The Energy of the Cultural Hybrid; Koji Enokura : Penetration and Emanation from the
Soudobá japonská kaligrafie a malba : Praha, Valdštejnská jízdárna, prosinec 1986-leden 1987. [Praha]: Národni galerie v Praze, 1986.
Surface; Shoichi Ida: Ordering What Lies Beyond the Surface. Bangladesh: 3rd Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 1986, 1986.
White and Black in the Present Age. Saitama: Museum of Modern Art, 1986.
 
1985
10th Anniversary of New Building—40 Years of Japanese Contemporary Art. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1985.
'85 Hinuma: Scenery of Soil. Ibaraki: Hinuma Estate, 1985.
Expression by Watercolor Part 3. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1985.
Expressions by Photographic Media in '70s. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1985.
Genkyo-Yuri-Tadasugata: Three-dimensional Drawing. Tokyo: Gallery 21, 1985.
Japanese Contemporary Paintings. New Delhi: National Gallery of Modern Art, 1985.
Japanese Print Works 1985. Utsunomiya: Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, 1985.
Paris-Tokyo Contemporary Art Friendship Exhibition: 8 Artists from Japan. Tokyo: Yurakucho Asahi Gallery, 1985.
Shinkan Hall 10th Anniversary: 40 Years on Contemporary Art. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1985.
Twilight… Indefinite… Sign… Kōji Enokura, Toshikatsu Endo and Saburo Muraoka. Tokyo: Akiyama Gallery, 1985.
 
1984
Art in Japan Today II, 1970-1983. Tokyo: Japan Foundation, 1984.
Gunma: Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, 1984.
LOOK1 - 12 Artists. Tokyo: Hokushin Gallery, 1984.
Nakamura, Hideki. Vivid segments: Crossroad of Japan’s depth and a site of creation. Tokyo: Sugiyama shoten, 1984.
The Present Position. Yokohama: Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, 1984.
Trends in Contemporary Art Ⅲ: Art from 1970 Onward – The International and Unique Feature. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1984.
 
1983
Kōji Enokura. Text by Takahiko Okada. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, 1983.
Showing Signs into Particles of Void. Tokyo: Gallery 21, 1983.
Un Regard Sur L’art Japonais D’aujord’hui : 25 Peintres, Sculpteurs, Céramistes et Photographes Contemporains. Genève: Musée Rath; Musée d’art et d’historie, 1983.
 
1982
1982 Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition. London: Camden Arts Centre; Japan Art and Culture Association, 1982.
Drawing. Kyoto: Ryo Gallery, 1982.
Drawing. Yamagata: Lumiere Gallery, 1982.
Prospect of Japanese Contemporary Art – Oil Painting. Toyama: Museum of Modern Art, 1982.
 
1981
1981 Japan Art Festival. Osaka: Osaka Contemporary Art Center, 1981.
A Silver Jubilee of Contemporary Prints in the World. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1981.
Japanese Contemporary Art : Trends in Japanese Art in 70’s. Japan Foundation, 1981.
Japanese Contemporary Art. Sendai: Miyagi Museum of Art, 1981.
Kitamura, Yoshio. Contemporary art world, Views of an art journalist, 1960-1983. Tokyo: Gendai kikakushitsu, 1981.
Kōji Enokura Drawing. Tokyo: Nishimura Gallery, 1981.
Kōji Enokura, Nagoya: Sakura Gallery, 1981.
My Manifest '81/ Sendai: Sendai City Gallery, 1981.
Yo-in : Ideas from Japan Made in Australia. Melbourne: Gryphon Gallery; Victorian College of the Arts Gallery, 1981.
 
1980
1980 Japanese Prints. Utsunomiya: Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Art, 1980.
1st Hara Annual: Prospect for 80's. Tokyo: Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, 1980.
A Profile of Contemporary Prints. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1980.
Crookshank, Anne. Rosc ’80 : The Poetry of Vision : An International Exhibition of Modern Art and Chinese Painting, 1980.
Discord of Present Day 1980. Akita: Akita City Center, 1980.
Giappone, la Biennale di Venezia, 1980. Japan Foundation, 1980.
Kōji Enokura, Ken Hara and Masafumi Makasa. Tokyo: Gallery Yamaguchi, 1980.
Kōji Enokura. Text by Shigeo Chiba. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, 1980.
La Biennale di Venezia : Settore Arti Visive Catalogo Generale 1980. Venezia: Biennale di Venezia, 1980.
Minemura, Toshiaki. The Japanese Kaleidoscope. Åhus, Sweden: Kalejdoskop, 1980.
Takanashi, Shūji. “Chapter four: Materials and concepts.” Primary colors of Japanese modern art:
Tomorrow’s art. Tokyo: Shogakkan, 1980: 105-12.
 
1979
1st Today's Image. Akita: Akita Museum of Art, 1979.
Artists Today '79. Yokohama: Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, 1979.
From Meiji, Taisho to Showa: The Steps of Japanese Contemporary Art. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1979.
Tokyo: Metropolitan Art Museum, 1979.
 
1978
Artists Today: Planning Today. Yokohama: Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, 1978.
Contemporary Testimony – Biennale de Paris '59 – '73 Contemporary Art – From Here To Where. Tokyo: Seibu Museum of Art, 1978.
Giappone, la Biennale di Venezia, 1978. Japan Foundation, 1978.
Intervention Ratio. Tokyo: Nishimura Gallery, 1978.
Kōji Enokura. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, 1978.
 
1977
Artists in West Coast and Exchange of Contemporary Art between Japan and USA. Yokohama: Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, 1977.
Haryū, Ichirō. Contemporary painting 23 Japanese painting today. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 1977.
Twenty-Second Annual Print Show. Tokyo: Tokyo American Club, 1977.
 
1976
Exhibism: Analysis and Division. Yokohama: Kanagawa Civic Art Gallery, 1976.
Point. Tokyo: Kōji Enokura, 1976.
The 1976 Biennale of Sydney at The Art Gallery of New South Wales : Recent International Forms in Art. North Sydney: New South Wales; Biennale of Sydney, 1976.
 
1975
8th Contemporary Plastic Arts: Emotions – 50 Persons of Contemporary Art. Kyoto: Daimaru Kyoto, 1975.
Still Life. Tokyo: Espace Saturday, 1975.
 
1973
11th Japanese Contemporary Art 1973: Viewing the Last 20 years of Contemporary Art. Tokyo: Metropolitan Art Museum, 1973.
Point. Tokyo: Kōji Enokura, 1973.
 
1972
8th International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo. Tokyo: National Museum of Modern Art, 1972.
Artists Today '72. Yokohama: Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, 1972.
Harumi, Miwa ed. The Venice Biennale: Forty Years of Japanese Participation. trans. Stanley N. Anderson and
Haryū, Ichirō. Art Now 11, Betting on Intentionality. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1972: 49-69.
Minemura, Toshiaki. The 1st Contemporary Japanese Graphics Exhibition. Tokyo: Galleria Grafica Tokio, 1972.
 
1971
10th Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1971.
Japon 1971 : Septième Biennale de Paris. Paris: Biennale de Paris, 1971.
Quality of Wetness. Tokyo: Walker Gallery, 1971.
 
1970  
SPACE TOTSUKA 70, Water, Wall, Grass, Soil, House, Stone, Sky, Ground, Fire, Air, Water… Yokohama: Kōji Enokura, 1970.
Tokyo Biennale '70: Between Man and Matter. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1970.
Trends Contemporary Art. Kyoto: National Museum of Modern Art, 1970.
 
1969
Four People and Five Event. Tokyo: Muramatsu Gallery, 1969.
The Ceremony of Walking. Tokyo: Tsubaki Kindai Gallery, 1969.

Articles and Reviews

2016
Forrest, Nicholas. "Berlin's VeneKlasen/Werner Revisits the Radical Koji Enokura." BlouinArtInfo, February 11, 2016.
Jetzer, Gianni. Interviewed by Julia Michalska. "Expert Eye: Unlimited is One Big Party." Art Newspaper [Art Basel Daily Edition], June 15, 2016: 14-15.
Li, Jennifer S. "Black." ArtAsiaPacific 100 (September-October 2016): 164. 
Shimada, Kotaro. "Why Asian Art Now? Mono-ha: Artist Files." Bijutsu Techo Special Issue (Spring 2016): 60-61. 
Wagley, Catherine. "5 Free Art Shows to See in LA This Week." LA Weekly, June 22, 2016.
Wee, Darryl. "Takayuki Ishii on Koji Enokura at Art Basel Unlimited 2016." BlouinArtInfo, June 8, 2016. 

2015
Gómez, Edward M. "In 1970s Japan, a New Art of Experiments, Edgy Photos, and Big Ideas." Hyperallergic, September 19, 2015. 

2014
Kumagaya, Isako. "The World Wide Artist Vol. 2. Koji Enokura" Gekkan Gallery, November 2014, 26–35.

2013
Barrilà, Silvia Anna. "Giapponesi graditi all'America." Il Sole 24 Ore, no. 581 (October 2013): 20-21.
Berardini, Andrew. "Kōji Enokura" ArtReview 64, no. 6 (September 2013): 159.
Damman, Catherine. "Kōji Enokura." Art in America 101, no. 9 (October 2013): 180.
Wee, Darryl Jingwen. "Koji Enokura's First U.S. Solo Show at Blum & Poe." Artinfo.com, June 10, 2013.

2003
Dehara, Hitoshi. “Commentary on Cover Art, Kōji Enokura’s Interference Story 1995.” Arch: Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art News, no. 25 (March 2003). 

2001
Kumagai, Isako. “Revision of Kōji Enokura: Focusing Wall Series.” Bulletin of Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, no. 6 (March 2001): 23-28.
Matsuda, Hiroshi. “Collection Introduction, Kōji Enokura’s Untitled.” National Museum of Art, Osaka, no. 64 (March 2001).

1997
“The Heisei’s Late Kōji Enokura.” Gekkan Bijutsu, no. 265 (October 1997): 55.
Kitazawa, Noriaki, Tanaka Sanzō, Takashima Naoyuki, Hirano Itaru and Yamamoto Atsuo. “Questionnaire: 10 Events in this Year.” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan (January 1997): 50-60, extra edition.
Takashima, Naoyuki. “Perspective of Contemporary PrintKōji Enokura, Transferring, Projecting, and Copying.” Hanga Geijutsu, no. 95 (March 1997): 114-21. 

1996
Matake, Makiko. “Mourning Kōji Enokura.” Bijutsu no Mori (Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art), no. 85 (November 1986).
National Exhibition and Gallery Guide, Requiem: Kōji Enokura and 33 Artists.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 722 (April 1996): 196.
Shinoda, Takatoshi. “Eulogy: Enokura Kōji, A Person Nestled in a City’s Bog.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 718 (January 1996): 154-55.
Takagi, Shū. “Scene! Art: Release of Consciousness, Body, the Other, and a Thing, Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals.” Glass and Art: Prints 21 Supplementary 12 (Winter 1996).
“The Best Exhibition of 1995, Looking Back Memories of Mono-ha After 25 Years: Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals.” Geijutsu Shincho, no. 544 (February 1996): 128.
Topics: The First Step to a Revaluation Kōji Enokura.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 722 (April 1996): 188-89.
Kurabayashi Yasushi. “Prior to History―’Moho-ha’ and On Kawara.” Musashino Bijutsu, no. 100 (April 1996): 80-81. 

1995
“Art: Indicating Uncertainty of Seeing, Matter and Perception 1970 Exhibition.” Asahi Shimbun (December 7, 1995), evening edition.
Enokura, Kōji, Kido Osamu, Nakabayashi Tadayoshi, Miyata Ryōhei, and Rokkaku Kijō. “Making Architecture a Space of Experiment, About Wall Museum '94 Archive Center of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Toride Campus.A+U 70, no. 2 (February 1, 1995): 122-25.
Mita, Haruo. “Art: Matter and Perception 1970 Exhibition/Shedding Light on Movements of the Time of Transformation.” Mainichi Shimbun (December 5, 1995), evening edition.
Ōi, Kenji. “Reviews: Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 711, (August 1995): 173.
Sugawara, Norio. “Trend in Art: Mono-ha and the Late Kōji Enokura, Making Things the Only Bastion.” Yomiuri Shimbun (November 16, 1995), evening edition.
Takami, Akihiko. “Exhibition Review: Kōji Enokura: Works of Photography 1972–1994.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 703 (March 1995): 182-83.
Tanaka, Yukito. “In Memory of Mr. Kōji Enokura.” Shin Bijutsu Shimbun, 752 (December 1, 1995): 2.

1994
“Enokura Kōji Photographic Work 1972-1994—Shutter Clicks and Photography is There.” Gekkan Bijutsu, no. 230 (November 1994): 247-48.
“New Guidepost for Artists 3: Kōji Enokura.” Gallery: Gallery Station, no. 115 (November 1994): 32-25.
Sugawara, Norio. “Kōji Enokura, Materials and Bodies.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 689 (June 1994): 224-27.
Takashima, Naoyuki. “Feature: The Directory of Contemporary Japanese Artists, Kōji Enokura.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 682 (January 1994): 33.
Yurugi, Yasuhiro. “Exhibition Review: Trajectory Toward Contemporary Art, Art of the 1960s to 70s.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 689 (June 1994): 164-65. 

1993
Enokura, Kōji, Shinohara Motoaki, and Rokkaku Kijō. “Enokura vs. Shinohara vs. Rokkaku.” Kukan: Journal of Department of Architecture, Tokyo University of the Arts 3 (1993): 10-16.
Tani, Arata. “Special Feature: The Directory of Newest Japanese Artists, Kōji Enokura.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 664 (January 1993): 172.

1992
“About Canvas as a Support—Behind the Curtain.” Acrylate 17 (January 15, 1992): 16-17.
Enokura, Kōji. “Feature Kōji Enokura Interference. déjà-vu 7 (October 1992): 97-105.
“Interference,Story No. 18 on 1991.” Gendai no Me: Newsletter of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, no. 451 (June 1992): 5-6.
Okada, Takahiko. “Feature Kōji Enokura, Interferance: For the First Encounterance with Kōji Enokura’s Photography.” déjà-vu, no. 7 (October 1992): 105.
“Special Feature: Introduction to Sociology of Contemporary Art, Art and Education.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 650 (February 1992): 102.
“Special Feature: Outdoor Art Festival, Expose Oneself to Hakushu in Search of the New Way of Engagement.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 651 (November 1992): 58-59 and pls. 98-99. 

1991
“On Everydayness.” D-Scan New, no. 29 (April 1, 1991): 8.
“Print Expression as a Material.” Hanga Geijutsu, no. 72 (April 20, 1991): 198-99. 

1990
Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Shin Bijutsu Shimbun, no. 605 (June 1, 1991): 4.
Masaki, Motoi. “Kōji Enokura’s ‘Blot’” ― Absorption of a Look.” D-Scan New, no. 29 (April 1, 1991): 9.
Mikami, Yutaka. “Feature: Interesting Japanese Artist, Kōji Enokura.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 628 (September 1990): 45. 

1989
“Commentary on Cover Art: Enokura Kōji Figure B No. 37.Zocalo: Museum of Modern Art, Saitama News, no. 26 (February 28, 1989).
Takashima, Naoyuki. “‘Contemporary Art’ Blown in the Wind and Lit by Sunshine.” Asahi Gurafu/Asahi Picture News (September 22, 1989): 10-17.
“The 24th Artists Today, Multipolar Dynamism Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 603 (January 1989): 124. 

1988
“Feature 2 Between Body and Space: Creators in Japan, Kōji Enokura.” Atelier, no. 736 (June 1988): 37-52.
Matsuoka, Seigō. “Art Camp ’88 Report/Making a Site as the Site and What Shall We Do?” Bijutsu Techō, no. 601 (November 1988): 184-87.
Mita, Haruo. “Art: A Time for New Genesis Again, Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Mainichi Shimbun (June 10, 1988).
Schaarschmid-Richter, Irmtraud. “Japans Standort in Der Kunst Von Heute.” Das Kunstwerk (May 1988): 8-52. 

1987
“A Sudden Letter, A Talk on Mono-ha Upon Viewing Art in Japan Since 1969: Mono-ha and Post-Mono-ha Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 587 (November 1987): 124-25.
“Special Feature: Phase of Modern IV, Contemporary Art Story.” Wacoa, no. 7 (June 15, 1987): 26-27.
Takahashi, Naohiro. “Prospect for Tomorrow―Faculty’s Works, From a Society of Mixed Varieties, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 100th Anniversary Exhibition: Prospect for Tomorrow.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 588 (December 1987): 178-79. 

1986
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Exhibition: Mono-ha Exhibition, Between Mono and Objects.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 572 (December 1986): 102-07.
“Internationally Shown Artwork Seen in Nagoya.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 572 (December 1986): 12-13.
“My Black and White, and Black and White in Me.” Zocalo: Museum of Modern Art, Saitama News, no.17 (November 5, 1986).
Nakamura, Hideki. “The Next Base of Our Art, From Experience of Indian Triennial and Bangladesh Biennial.” Shin Bijutsu Shimbun, no. 433 (May 11, 1986).
Nakamura, Hideki. “Within the Creation, Kōji Enokura, Space of Materials that Reject and Accept.” Mizue, no. 941 (February 25, 1986): 82-87.
Nakamura, Hideki. “World Report Bangladesh: The 3rd Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 1986, Big Asia in a Little Pond/Big Japan in a Little Pond.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 563 (June 1986): 151-55.
“The Third Bangladesh Biennial.” Atelier ’86 Dictionary of the World Art Contest (April 25, 1986), extra edition. 

1985
“My Favorite One, Van Gogh Birds on the Field.Gendai no Me: National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, no. 373 (February 1, 1985): 6.
“On Participating in Art After 1970 Exhibition: Consciousness and Disconnection.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 386 (February 1, 1985): 5. 

1984
“Art + Performance Memori (Calibrations).” Plan B  (January 1984).
“Art + Performance Memori (Calibrations).” Plan B  (March 1984).
“Art: Beauty on the Level of Life’s Emotion—Tamura Norio Exhibition, Quiet Move to a Rearguard—Avant-garde’s Three.” Asahi Shimbun (September 10, 1983).
“Art: Enokura Kōji Exhibition.” Komei Shimbun (October 29, 1983).
Chiba, Shigeo. “Culture: Overseas Boom of Japanese Contemporary Art―Appreciation Comes From Outside Again.” Asahi Shimbun (August 22, 1984).
“Essay: ‘Visualize Voices of Things.” Atelier, no. 683 (January 1984): 34-35.
“In the Relation to Materials: Dialogue with Materials.” Letters from Paint Box, no. 29 (June 30, 1984).
Okada, Takhiko. “Vision: Memory and Body―Kōji Enokura.” Quarterly Art (Winter 1983): 94-99.
“Regional Correspondence, Ibaraki: 85 Hinuma: Scenery of Soil.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 553 (November 1985): 150-52.
Schaarschmid-Richter, Irmtraud. “Ausstellungsrückschan Kunstbrief Aus Tokyo.” Das Kunstwerk (April 1984): 39-45.
Shiba, Shigeo. “Discourse of ‘Mono-ha’.” Geijutsu Hyōron, no. 1 (November 1983): 4-24.
Takei, Kunihiko. “Art Review: Tokyo.” Sansai, no. 441 (June 1984): 118-19.
Tanaka, Yukito. “Art ’84 Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 520 (January 1984): 220-22.
Tanaka, Yukito. “Art: 85 Hinuma: Scenery of Soil―Symposium and Exhibition.” Mainichi Shimbun (October 4, 1985).
Tanaka, Yukito. “Art: Kōji Enokura Exhibition, Swinging Black and White.” Mainichi Shimbun (November 4, 1983).
“Toward Trends in Japanese Contemporary Art, 1970-1984, Part 3: My 1970s Art ‘Encounter with an Archetypal Landscape.’” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 384 (October 15, 1984): 4-5.
Trends in Japanese Contemporary Art III Guide to the Exhibition Gallery.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 385 (December 1984): 2-5.
Yonekura, Mamoru. “Uplifting Formative Language, Paris-Tokyo Contemporary Art Friendship Exhibition: 8 Artists from Japan, Gathering Evaluations of Paris.” Mainichi Shimbun (January 11, 1985), evening edition. 

1983
“Nature: From Dialogue to Creation: Antenna of the Subjectivity.” Art Vision 13, no. 6 (July 1983): 31-33. 

1982
“Figure: Sugata.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 494 (March 1982): 203.
Kimura, Yōichi. “Exhibition Report Seoul, Re: Quest―Japanese Contemporary Art Since the 1970s.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 491 (January 1982): 214-15.
Mizutani, Takashi. “Exhibition Reviews.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 494 (March 1982); 205.
Saitō, Yasuyoshi. “Correspondence from Tokyo—To Mr. M in Sapporo, From a Solo Exhibition of 1980 Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 492 (January 1982): 21-24.

1981
Abe, Nobuo. “Exhibition Reviews.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 478 (March 1981): 214-15.

“Art: Line that Breathes the Space—Lee Ufan, Effects of Oil and Charcoal—Kōji Enokura.” Asahi Shimbun (June 27, 1981).
“Fear of Horizontal Line.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 484 (July 1981): 44-46, extra edition.
Fujii, Hisae. “For A Silver Jubilee of Contemporary Prints in the World, Where Does Print Go?” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 360 (January 1981): 4-6.
“Galleries of the Tokai Area: Painting Beyond the Frame, Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Chubu Yomiuri Shimbun (December 8, 1981): 11.
“Gallery: Exhibition Guide: ‘Koji Enokura’ Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 482 (June 1981): 244-45.
“Gallery: Expressing the Presence by Using a Cloth Fitting an Existing Space.” Chunichi Shimbun (December 8, 1981), evening edition.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Feature, 1960s Art, Repetition of Dismantle and Systematization.” Mizue, no. 921 (December 3, 1981): 74-79.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Giappone : Kaleidoscope.” Domus no. 618 (June 1981): 53.
“People: Exhibiting In and Out of Japan, ‘The Flagman of Contemporary Art‘ Mr. Kōji Enokura.” Shin Nagoya Shimbun (December 13, 1981).
“Process of Confirmation Between a Thing and an Artist, Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Mainichi Shimbun (December 14, 1981), evening edition.
Saitō, Yasuyoshi. “Exhibition Review.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 486 (September 1981): 208-11.

1980
“Adherability of Light.” Zō, no. 2 (June 10, 1980): 72-73.
Akita, Yuri. “Exhibitions: Space Distortion, Special Identities—Artists Today ’79.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 459 (January 1980): 18-19.
“Art Focus July 1980.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 467 (July 1980).
“Ausstellungs-Rückschau Biennale Venedig 1980.” Das Kunstwerk (Autumn 1980): 58-65.
Hayami, Takashi. “Mizue Journal 2: Care for a Painting, Exhibitions of Jennifer Bartlett and Kōji Enokura.” Mizue, no. 905 (August 3, 1980): 120-21.
“Monologue for the 1980s: White Space of Canvas.” Monthly Art Criticism, no. 10 (January 1980): 7. 
Morita, Tsuneyuki. “Lecture on Page 32: Introduction to Painting Techniques, Paper 2.” Hinoki, no. 198 (August 1980): 30-31.
Nakagaki, Nobuo. “Photography by Art, Art by Photography.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 462 (March 1980).
Okada, Takahiko. “Culture: Report on the Venice Biennial, Fulfilling Japanese Pavilion, Losing Energy as a Whole.” Asahi Shimbun (July 1980).
Okada, Takahiko. “From Exhibition: Japanese Artists at the Venice Biennial, Kōji Enokura, Susumu Koshimizu, and Isamu Wakabayashi.” Mizue, no. 903 (June 1980): 66-73.
“Questionnaire: Art Education and Entrance Examination.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 473 (November 1980): 16-17, extra edition.
“Venice Biennale ’80: Like a Language that has a Reality.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 470 (September 1980): 134-61.
Yamanashi, Toshio. “Exhibitions: Techniques Backing Up an Artwork—A Profile of Cotemporary Print.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 474 (December 1980): 14-15. 

1979
“Enokura’s Eccentric Effect, Artists Today ’79 Exhibition, Organized by Artists and Critics.” Asashi Shimbun (December 4, 1979), evening edition.
Fujii, Hisae. “Commentary on Cover Art: Kōji Enokura Omen, Wood.” Gendai no Me: National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, no.  295 (June 1979): 8.
Fukita, Fumiaki. “From Exhibitions Today: The 11th Tokyo International Print Biennial—Weak Impression and Typical Works. Gekkan Bijutsu Hyōron, no. 5 (August 1979): 8-16.
“Interference.” Zō (July 1, 1979): 6-8.
Itō, Kōshō. “Regional Movement—Finishing Hot Summer Art Festival at Mr. Karaoke of Kasama.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 344 (September 1979): 3.
Kitamura, Yoshio. “Concerning Illusion of Existence and Colors, Two Contrasting Solo Exhibitions of Kōji Enokura and Kōshō Itō.” Monthly Vision 9, no. 1 (January 1979): 64-67.
“Location of an Image.” Bijutsu Techō 1979 Nenkan, no. 444 (January 1979): 46-47.
“Print Village Correspondence: On Adherability of Ink.” Hanga Geijutsu, no. 27 (October 1979): 106.
Tani, Arata. “Exhibitions: Direction of Print—The 11th Tokyo International Print Biennial.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 454 (September 1979): 14-15.
Tani, Arata. “Exhibitions: Questioning Coming and Going of Materials and Perceptions—Setting Up Expressions Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 443 (January 1979): 16-17.
Tani, Arata. “Feature: Room of Contemporary Art: Installation and Organization.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 447 (April 1979)” 69-132.
“The 11th International Print Biennial Awardees’ Introductions.” Gendai no Me: National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, no. 296 (July 1979): 5.
Tsubouchi, Kazutada. “Hunters of Image, Kōji Enokura.” Tosho Shimbun 173, (September 29, 1979).
“Visiting Two Metropolitan Art Museums.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 344 (September 1979): 7.
“Words of the Artist.” Asahi Journal, no. 1076 (September 28, 1979): 4.
Yamawaki, Kazuo. “Exhibition Reviews: Kansai.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 447 (April 1979): 242-44. 

1978
Anno, Masayuki. “Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 428 (January 1978): 257-62.
“Art Now: In the Everyday Landscape.” Ryūkō Tsūshin, no. 172 (June 1978): 106.
“Art: A Brilliant World of Abstraction—Vasarely Exhibition, and Subtlety in Things and Spaces— Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Asahi Shimbun (October 28, 1978).
“Art: Maturing Emerging Contemporary Artists.” Asahi Journal (March 10, 1978): 73.
“Art: Two Solo Exhibitions — Imminent Might—Kōji Enokura, Floating Benevolence—Shigeaki Hayakawa.” Asahi Shimbun (February 8, 1978).
“César’s Uncanny Object.” Ikebana Ryusei, no. 219 (July 1, 1978).
Chiba, Shigeo. “From Last Year’s Art.” Ohara-ryū Sashibana, no. 327 (February 1978): 64-65.
Enokura, Kōji and Hayami Takashi. “Dialogue with Contemporary Times 6: On Painting as an Event.” Mizue, no. 884 (November 3, 1978): 84-91.
Enokura, Kōji, Okada Takahiko, Takamatsu Jirō, and Nakahara Yūsuke. “Today, In Words: On Participation in Paris Biennale.” AV: New Art Seibu, no. 7 (January 1, 1978).
“Exhibition Guide: Enokura Kōji Solo Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 430 (February 1978): 270-71.
“Exhibition Guide: Enokura Kōji-ten.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 441 (November 1978): 264.
“For Exhibitions that Extend Dynamics of Contemporary Art.” Asahi Journal (January 6, 1978): 81.
“‘From Nature to Art, Art to Nature’ 26 Countries have Participated, Including Kishio Suga and Kōji Enokura from Japan.” Monthly Art People, no. 1 (October 1978).
“From Venice Biennial 78, Part 2.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 333 (October 15, 1978): 6-7.
“From Venice Biennial 78.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 332 (September 15, 1978): 2.
Haryū, Ichirō, Tōno Yoshiaki, Nakahara Yūsuke, Minemura Toshiaki and Okada Takahiko. “How did Contemporary Japanese Art Move?” Bijutsu Techō, no. 436 (July 1978): 6-56, special edition.
Hayami, Takashi. “Direction of Materials, Inclination from ‘A Field of Event’ to ‘A Painting of Event.’” Japan Interior Design, no. 229 (April 1978): 67.
Hayami, Takashi. “Feature: Rivalry of Painting and Flatness: Painting’s Ideals and Painting’s Reality, Distance to Art or Distance to Painting.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 430 (February 1978): 117-27.
Kijima, Shunsuke. “Art ’78: Unknowability in Epistemology: Kōji Enokura Solo Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 432 (April 1978): 148.
Martin, Henry. “Venice Biennale : Back to Nature.” Art International 22 (October 1978): 66–71.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Exhibition Overseas, Landscape of International Exhibitions Centering Euro-America—Venice Biennial 78.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 438 (September 1978): 16-17.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Feature: Thirty Years of Contemporary Japanese Art 15: On ‘Mono-ha.’” Bijutsu Techō, no. 436 (July 1978): 225-35, special edition.
Nakahara, Yūsuke. “Feature Series: From Processing Unfinished Things—Departure and Development of Contemporary Art 9: The 10th Tokyo Biennale: Between Man and Matter, and All Buildings were Vanished.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 428 (January 1978): 191-97.
Okada, Takahiko “Fifteen-Year Document—The Paris Biennial Retrospective.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 432 (April 1978): 14-15.
“On Participating in the Venice Biennial.” Vision 8, no. 7 (September 1, 1980): 34-38.
“Resonating with the Bottom of Emotion: Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Komei Shimbun (February 1978).
Schaarschmid-Richter, Irmtraud. “Ausstellungen Kunstbrief Aus Tokyo.” Das Kunstwerk (April 1978): 30-31.
“Who Would be the Most Influential?” Bijutsu Techō, no. 431, (March 1978): 80-82.
Yamaguchi, Katsuhiro. “Feature — From of Cloth, Cloth—Its Hidden Morphology.” Japan Interior Design, no. 228 (March 1978): 18-19.

1977
Anno, Masayuki. “Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 423 (August 1977): 245-49.
Chiba, Shigeo. “Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 415 (January 1977): 295-99.
“Exhibition Guide: Enokura Kōji-ten.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 419 (April 1977): 308-09.
Harris, Timothy. “Arts: Wet and Dry.” Asahi Evening News (March 31, 1977).
“Kōji Enokura: Biography of Adolescence—Cannot Paint Fictions on Canvas.” Safety 2 & 4, no. 70 (January 25, 1977).
Ogawa, Masataka. “Confrontation and Integration of Ink and Paper: Kōji Enokura Exhibition.” Hanga Geijutsu, no. 18 (July 1977): 87.
“Route 2: Space as a Reflective Plate.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 427 (December 1977): 98-99.
Tanabe, Miematsu. “Art, Sharper than Photography—Kaoru Ueda, An Image of Smudge—Kōji Enokura, Powerful and Muscular Sense of Depictions.” Asahi Shimbun (March 26, 1977).

1976
Ani, Arata. “Discourse of Artist: Kōji Enokura, Interlocking of Perception and Materials.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 406 (April 1976): 122-45.
Ani, Arata. “Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 408 (June 1976): 261-65.
“Art Criticism and Trends: Art, Exhibitions, and Art Museums—After the Age of Exhibitions.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 406 (April 1976): 92-93.
“Exhibition Guide: Enokura Kōji-ten.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 413 (November 1976): 292-93.
Hayami, Takashi. “Exhibition: Keeping Possibilities of Exhibitions—Still Life Today Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 404 (February 1976): 106-07.
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Exhibition: Over the First Tokyo Exhibition—Between the Reality and the Ideal.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 402 (January 1976): 90-91.
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Monthly Exhibition Reviews.” Sansai, no. 345 (May 1976): 90-92.
“Interface of Information and Living Organism.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 406 (April 1976): 148-51.
Takahiko, Okada. “Notes of Sobering Up in Europe.” Wind 1, no. 2 (July 20, 1976): 3-9.
Tōno, Yoshiaki. “Story of Rare Materials, Yoshiaki Tōno, Part 9: Flat Materials.” Ohara-ryū Sashibana, no. 302 (January 1976): 74-78. 

1975
Hayami, Takashi. “Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 394 (May 1975): 228-34.
Hayami, Takashi. “Monthly Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Sansai, no. 330 (April 1975): 100-02.
Hirano, Shigemitsu. “Art Criticism and Trends: Art Museum’s Mission.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 398 (September 1975): 88-89.
Nakahara, Yūsuke. “On Still Life Exhibition.” Espace Doyo (April 25, 1975).
Nakahara, Yūsuke. “Today’s Forms: Kōji Enokura Wall.” Sogetsu, no. 99 (April 1975). 

1974
“Fantastical Reality and Realistic Fantasy.” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art: Museum News, no. 286 (November 1986): 3.
“Letter from Paris.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 383 (July 1974): 38-39.
“Museums and Civic Life.” Gifu Nichi Nichi Shimbun (May 26, 1974).
Nakahara, Yūsuke. “Feature Series — Conception of Contemporary Art and Sculpture/After the Yomiuri Independent Exhibitions, From ‘Form’ to ‘Non-Form.’” Bijutsu Techō, no. 376 (January 1974): 81-98. 

1973
“Editor Calendar.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 372 (June 1973): 28.
Enokura, Kōji, Inumaki Kenji, Takubo Kyōji, Hikosaka Naoyoshi, Yamanaka Nobuo, Takahashi Masayuki, “For the Cover.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 366 (April 1973).
Fujiwara, Kazumichi, Suzuki Shigeo, Hatta Jun, Mizukami Jun and Nakahara Yūsuke. “Artists Speak: Disappearance.” Bijutsu Techō 1973 Nenkan, no. 363 (January 1973): 9-27.
Hayami, Takashi. “Contemporary Art ’73 Toward ‘Time’—Like a Montage — From Criticism and Exhibitions.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 375 (December 1973): 187-210 (pl. 127).
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Monthly Exhibition Reviews: Tokyo.” Sansai, no. 297 (January 1973): 117-119.
Love, Joseph. “Letter from Tokyo.” Art International 17 (Summer 1973): 34.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Selected Works, Contemporary Art ’72.” Bijutsu Techō 1973 Nenkan, no. 363 (January 1973): 78-79, extra edition.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Exhibition Review.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 362 (January 1973): 326-30.
Okada, Takahiko. “Ten Artists Selected by an Art Professional: A Peculiar Adventure of Contemporary Prints.” Hanga Geijutsu, no. 1 (Spring 1973): 71-72.
Okada, Takahiko. “What I Thought This Year: Rejection of Syntax?” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan, no. 363 (January 1973): 110-11, extra edition.
Tani, Arata. “Contemplating ‘Art by Collectives’: Plural Eyes and a Singular Vision, On Viewing the 1973 Kyoto Biennial.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 372 (October 1973): 125-43.
“Words of Cover Artist.” Graphication, no. 80 (February 1973). 

1972
Enokura, Kōji, Fujiwara Kazumichi, and Takayama Noboru. “Site of Expression ’72: For Instance, Extraneousness of Sound is Part of the Everyday.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 357 (July 1972): 240-54.
“Exhibition Guide: Artists Today '72.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 360 (November 1972): 324-25.“Exhibition Guide: Project Exhibition Operation Vesuvio.Bijutsu Techō, no. 359 (October 1972): 360-61.
Fujieda, Teruo. “Expressions, Things, Floor Exercises.” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan, no. 351 (January 1972): 14-22, extra edition.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Unmoored the Stern Line?” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan, no. 351 (January 1972): 23-32, extra edition.
Okada, Takahiko. “Contemporary Japanese Artists 3 Kōji Enokura: The Intense Relationship Between a ‘Thing’ and a Body.” Ohara-ryū Sashibana, no. 255 (February 1972): 69-71.
Okada, Takahiko. “On Citation of Things.” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan, no. 351 (January 1972): 3-13, extra edition.
Okada, Takahiko. “Why Are Today’s Printed Works Multifarious?” Gendai no Me: Newsletter of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, no. 217 (December 1972): 6.
“Operation of Releasing Magazine Pages.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 359 (October 1972): 100-01.
“Photography and Art — My Case: What Would a Camera Capture?: That’s the Primal and Only Question.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 356 (June 1972): 89-91.
“Statement ’72: The Origin of Creation.” Mizue, no. 804 (January 1972): 40-43. 

1971
Fujieda, Teruo. “Aspect of Contemporary Art, Wandering Flatness and Three-dimensional Objects, Looking at Problems of Young Artists.” Japan Interior Design, no. 145 (April 1971): 78-82.
Fujieda, Teruo. “Objects, Spaces and Situations—The Tenth Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan.” Japan Interior Design, no. 148 (July 1971): 83-86.
Hinata, Akiko “A Walk of Beauty: Forefront of Contemporary Art.” Fujin Koron 56, no. 2 (February 1971).
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Exhibition Review.” Sansai, no. 273 (June 1971): 77-78.
Nakahara, Yūsuke, Lee Ufan, Fujieda Teruo and Minemura Toshiaki. “Roundtable 1970:  From the Undercurrent of Criticism.” Bijutsu Techō Nenkan, no. 338 (January 1971): 52-72, extra edition.
Okada, Takahiko. “Monthly Focus: Breakthrough of the Hackneyed Contemporary Art Exhibitions? The Seventh Paris Youth Biennial.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 341 (April 1971): 12-13.
Okada, Takahiko. “Report of The Paris Youth Biennial, Confusing Three Categories, European Artists at Ease.” Asahi Shimbun (November 2, 1971).
Okada, Takahiko. “The 7th Paris Youth Biennial Report, Feeling the New Activities of Objecthood.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 349 (December 1971): 143-54.
Okada, Takahiko. “The Paris Youth Biennial Welcomes a Turning Point.” Kokusai Bunka, no. 210 (December 1971): 13-16.
Tōdō, Shirō. “The Tenth Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan: Art as an Individual’s Conscious Experience.” Sansai, no. 274 (July 1971): 72-81.
Ueno, Kōshi. “Feature Series — Contemporary Art As It Is: On The Tenth Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan, Toward Further Silence.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 344 (July 1971): 42-56. 

1970
“Exhibition Guide: Kōji Enokura Solo Exhibition.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 332 (September 1970): 252-53.
Fujieda, Teruo. “Feature Series, Why is it Art? Aspiration for New Expressions.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 328 (July 1970): 49-65.
Nakahara, Yūsuke. “Feature Series — Expression and Violence: Does Art Have No Power? Seeing is Disturbing.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 326 (April 1970): 22-49. 

1969
Hirai, Ryōichi. “Exhibition Review.” Sansai, no. 247 (August 1969): 83.

 
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Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroshima City Museum of Modern Art, Hiroshima, Japan
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Kobe, Japan
Japan Foundation, New York
Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan
Museum of Art, Ehime, Japan
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
National Museums Northern Ireland
Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Takahashi Collection, Tokyo, Japan
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Toyota, Japan
University Art Museum – Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan

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