1. In Books

2003 Coco Fusco, Brian Wallis, editors Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self, Henry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, International Center of Photography, New York, New York, pp. 343.
2001 Shallit, Barney, Art, Songs of Terror, Tales of Tule Lake, edited by Art Hansen, Walter and Michi Nishiura, Weglyn Multicultural Publication Series, California State University, Fullerton, California, cover image.
2001 Solnit, Rebecca, As Eve Said to the Serpent: Essays on the Contemporary Landscape, University of Georgia Press.
2000 Inada, Lawson, editor, Only What we Could Carry, the Japanese American Internment Experience, Heyday Books, Berkeley, California, and California Historical Society, San Francisco, California., pp 391.
1999 Feeley, Francis McCollum, American's Concentration Camps During World War II: Social Science and the Japanese American Internment, University of the South, New Orleans, La. (cover photo)
1998 Coleman, A.D. Digital Revolution, Nazraeli Press, California.
1998 Hulick, Diana, and Joseph Marshall. Photography 1900 to the Present, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
1997 Lippard, Lucy. The Lure of the Local, New Press Publishers, New York.
1996 Hinson, Tom. Legacy of Light: Photographs from the Collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio.
1995 Lippard, Lucy. "Undertone: Nine Unacculturated Women Photographers." Framings: New Women Feminist Photographers. Ed. Diane Neumayer. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Temple University Press, 1995.
1994 Williams, Val., "Women, Photography and the Iconography of War.", War Works, London, England: Virago Press Ltd., pp. 61-64, 1994.
1994 Unterburger, Amy L., ed. Who's Who Among Asian Americans: 1994/95. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Inc., p. 193, ISBN 0-8103-9433-2, 1994.
1992 Hirsch, Robert. Exploring Color Photography. Stoneham, Mass: Focal Press, 1992.

2. In Professional Journals

2004 "Mine Okubo," Elena Tajima Creef, editor, Amerasia Journal, Summer 2004 issue, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
2003 "Panoramic Photography," by Debbie Hagan, Art Business News, October issue, N.Y., N.Y.
2003 "Photo Collages of Masumi Hayashi," by Guilio Piovisan, Photo Italia Magazine, September 2003 issue, Milan, Italy.
2003 "Indian Temples, Masumi Hayashi Photographs," by Tom Hinson, The Cleveland Museum of Art Members Magazine, summer 2003, Cleveland, Ohio, pages 8, 9.
2003 "Coming up at the National Museum, Sights Unseen: The Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi," Japanese American National Museum Member Magazine 2003, Los Angeles, Cal., Spring issue, page 2.
2001 "Genius, Imagine What Could Happen," by Robert Stearns, Dialogue Magazine, Jan-Feb. 2001, Columbus, Ohio.
1999 "The Permanent Collection and Re-Visioning Manzanar," by Karin Higa, Japanese American National Museum Quarterly (Nov.1999 special opening issue), Los Angeles, California, pp.21-22.
1997 The Public Art Review, Democracy, (cover) a journal dedicated to public art, editor Debra Karasov, Minneapolis, Mn., (issue no. 17: Democracy).
1997 "Single Frames, photographer Masumi Hayashi", DoubleTake Magazine, Fall 1997, a quarterly journal featuring photography, poetry and prose, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, N.C.
1995 "American Concentration Camps," See, A Journal of Visual Culture, David Reed, San Francisco, California, (Winter 1995), pp. 33-35, 64.
1995 Johnson, Dereck. "Landscape for a New Millennium." The Photography Quarterly, The Gift of Choice, Woodstock, New York, (Spring 1995), p. 19.
1993 Solnit, Rebecca, "The West Revisited." Creative Camera Magazine, London, England, December/January 1993, No. CC319.
1992 Coleman, A.D. "The East Comes West," Camera and Darkroom, Los Angeles, Calif., June 1992.
1990 Jackson, J. B. "Of Houses and Highways," Aperture: Beyond Wilderness, New York, New York, (1990), p. 67.

3. In Magazine/Newspapers

2003 ArtScene, the monthly digest to Art in Southern California, September issue, Los Angeles, California.
2003 Cheng, Scarlet, "Functional dysfunction, the disquieting themes of decay and abandonment are home in the photo collages of Masumi Hayashi", Los Angeles times Calendar, Los Angeles, California, June 18, 2003, page 2.
2003 "JA Photographer Documents American Experience in Little Tokyo Exhibit," The Rafu Shimpo, Los Angeles, California, May 31, 2003, page 1
2004 Phoboo, Abha Eli, 'Through my Kaleidoscope," The Himalayan Times, Kathmandu, Nepal, Sunday, April 27, 2003, page 7.
2002 Sauer-Kaulbach, Lieselotte, "Ruckkehr zu den Wurzeln, RheinZeitung Diensfag, June 11, 2002, (Koblenz, Germany)
2002 Ansichts-Sache, "Masumi Hayashi: Cultural Identity?", RheinZeitung Diensfag, June, 2002, (Koblenz, Germany).
2001 Christ, Janet, "Photos share 'hidden places' of wartime internment," The Oregonean, Portland Extra, October 3, 2001.
2001 Santana, Rosa Maria, "For Japanese-Americans, echoses of a fearful time," The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, September 23, 2001.
1999 "Cleveland, Ohio," DIE ZIET, nr. 34, August 19, 1999, pp.49 travel, Germany.
1995 Dowie, Mark. "The Fourth Wave." Mother Jones Magazine, San Francisco, California, April, 1995, pp. 34-35. Hagan, Jeff.
1995 "The Artist Outside." Cleveland Magazine, Cleveland, Ohio, July, 1995, pp. 19-22.
1995 "Kensington Gore." The New Statesman & Society, London, England, 13 January 1995.
1994 Karrfalt, Wayne. "Ohio Art Show Speaks in Tongues About Nowhere in Particular." The Japan Times, Tokyo, Japan, 17 December 1994, ArtSection.
1993 Baskin, John. "Nuclear Waste in Ohio." Ohio Magazine, Columbus, Ohio, July 1993.
1992 Litt, Steve. "Faculty Art Exhibition at CSU Shows How It's Done." The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, 22 January 1992
1992 Kini, Ted. "Masumi Hayashi, Exposing a Fractured Reality." City Reports Newspaper, Cleveland, Ohio, 16 April 1992, Vol. 1, No. 7.
1992 Shinn, Dorothy. "A Photo Collage of Destruction Shown in 'EPA Superfund Sites.'" Akron Beacon Journal, 23 February 1992.
1991 Goldberg, Vicki. "A Terrible Beauty." ARTnews, New York, New York, Summer 1991.
1990 Muchnic, Suzanne. "Panoramas and Pointed Social Commentary by Hayashi." Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, 22 June 1990.
1989 Brunson, Jamie. "Of a Different Order." Artweek Magazine, San Francisco, California, 23 November 1989, Vol. 20, No. 39. Baker, Kenneth. "Marin Base a Muse for Artists." San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, 23 November 1989.

4. Website

2004 "The Masumi Hayashi Museum", website exhibitions of Masumi Hayashi created by Etsuko Nagasawa Dunham and Masumi Hayashi showcasing projects of Professor Hayashi's including the Fulbright Fellowship work in India and Nepal.
2003/5 "Only Skin Deep," web exhibition group curated, for International Center for Photography, New York, New York. Bronze Metal by the American Association of Museums for website.
1997 "Masumi Hayashi, American Concentration Camps," designed, produced and created by Dean Akira Keesey, writing and artwork by Masumi Hayashi.

5. Media

2004 TV, PBS SPECIAL, "Outlook Program," "Masumi Hayashi exhibit," produced by John Nakanishi, aired on March 22, 2004, on stations WNTB, Morgantown, West Virginia.
  Virginia, WPBY, Charleston,/ Huntington, West Virginia, WSWP, Becky, West Virginia. 10 minute Special on one-person exhibit at Fairmount College of Art, Art Gallery, Morgantown, West Virginia.
2003 TV review of exhibiton: "Karin Higa talks about Masumi Hayashi," Asahi Homecast TV, News segment, 5 minute program, Los Angeles, California, aired on July 2, 2003. Review of Masumi Hayashi one-person exhibit, "Sights Unseen, The Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi."


Japanese American National Museum: Sights Unseen, 2003:

Cleveland Museum of Art: Special exhibition, 2003:

Museum of Photographic Arts, Identity Workshop, 2004:

Ludwig Museum, Cultural Identity Exhibition, Lecture (German):

Cleveland State University, Center for International Programs, Fulbright:

Cleveland State University, Art Department, Faculty:

Xconnect volume III, issue 1, prison photography:

Cleveland Visual Arts Award winner 1994:

DoubleTake Magazine, Back issues:

Fairmount State College exhibition: