- Gallery profile (Murray Guy Gallery, New York)
- "Noriko Furunishi: Ice Park" (New York, Murray Guy Gallery, January 12-February 16, 2008)
- Roberta Smith, Review. New York Times (February 1, 2008)
- "Ecotopia: 2nd ICP Triennial of Photography and Video" (New York, International Center of Photography, September 14, 2006-January 7, 2007)
- "Furunishi's tall vertical landscapes evoke the distinctive formal features of Chinese and Japanese hanging scroll painting. Each offers a narrowly circumscribed vista of the arid, depopulated Southern California desert. Furunishi digitally fuses multiple shots of a given site taken from different perspectives into seemingly continuous landscapes; upon closer inspection, these vistas resist conventional expectations of spatial recession. ... In their topsy-turvy dismissal of a single, coherent perspective, Furunishi's photographs radically destabilize our experience of the natural world, challenging our natural assumption that the earth beneath our feet is enduring and immutable."
- Untitled (Tecopa G) (2005)
- Chromogenic color print, 7' 6 1/2 x 48" (204.5 x 121.9 cm). New York: Museum of Modern Art.
- Untitled (Grey Dry Stream) (2005)
- C-print, 91-1/2 x 48 in. (232.4 x 121.9 cm). Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art (Promised gift of Beth and Anthony Terrana, Boston)
- "Noriko Furunishi’s Landscapes series present otherworldly depictions of deserts, mountains, and river beds created through a combination of traditional and digital photographic techniques."