Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 is the first large-scale, historical-thematic exhibition to deal broadly with Land art, capturing the simultaneous impulse emergent in the 1960s to use the earth as an artistic medium and to locate works in remote sites far from familiar art contexts. Organized by MOCA Senior Curator Philipp Kaiser […]
John Cage war als Komponist, Musiker, Philosoph, Literat und Denker so einflussreich und hoch geachtet wie kaum ein anderer Künstler in der zweiten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Doch sein Werk als bildender Künstler und sein Einfluss auf die Kunst sind viel weniger bekannt als seine Musik. Die Ausstellung, kuratiert von Wulf Herzogenrath, stellt Cage als […]
Tonight is the night we turn our lights off for an hour at 8:30 pm for Earth Hour.
From the Empire State Building in New York, to the Eiffel Tower in France, to Wat Arun Buddhist temple in Thailand, cities, businesses, governments and millions of people are standing together in a collective display of commitment to protect our planet. Will you be among them?
Yoko Ono photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel “The Chanel jacket has become the symbol of a certain elegance, feminine, with an air of nonchalance, classic and timeless, that is of all times,” said Karl Lagerfeld in Paris after the photo shoot of the book The Little Black Jacket: Chanel’s classic revisited by Karl Lagerfeld […]
Interview by Chrissy Iley, The Sunday Telegraph, 25 March 2012. Yoko Ono noiselessly taps at her MacBook. Everything about her is quiet and compact – even the keyboard on her computer hardly makes a sound. She is wearing a black fitted jacket and trousers. It is low cut and reveals a tiny womanly figure. Her […]
Trees are the focus of a three-part exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. “Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought,” inspired by the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat (the New Year for the Trees), is on view through May 28. Part One is The Dorothy Saxe Invitational. More than 50 artists from across the […]
listen to Yoko Ono – Songs for Spring The first Twenty Songs for Spring, handpicked and sequenced by Yoko Ono, March 2012. SKY PIECE III spring Imagine a cloud slowly going across the sky and back. Send a postcard to your friend. love, yoko
So, is Dimock’s Water Really Safe to Drink? by Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica, March 20, 2012, 2:42 p.m. When the Environmental Protection Agency announced last week that tests showed the water is safe to drink in Dimock, Penn., a national hot spot for concerns about fracking, it seemed to vindicate the energy industry’s insistence that drilling […]
To celebrate the first week of Spring and John & Yoko’s 43rd wedding anniversary, The City of Reykjavík will be relighting Yoko Ono’s artwork IMAGINE PEACE TOWER from 8pm until midnight, every night from 20th-27th March 2012.
Join us live at http://IMAGINEPEACETOWER.com where you can send your wishes & watch live at these times:
8pm – 12pm Liverpool & London
4pm – 8pm New York
1pm – 5pm Los Angeles
5am – 9am Tokyo
Yoko Ono Lennon is on the Honorary Host Committee for Christie’s 2012 Green Auction on April 11 in NYC. Last year $2.4m was raised for four of the world’s leading science-based environmental nonprofits: Oceana, National Resources Defense Council, Central Park Conservancy and Conservation International.
This report, commissioned by Greenpeace International, addresses what lessons can be taken away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. The one-year memorial of the accident offers a unique opportunity to ask ourselves what the tragedy has taught us. And it also raises the question, are we prepared to learn?
Message to the Japanese people affected by the Sendai Earthquake & Tsunami by Yoko Ono, 11 March 2011 My dear people of Japan, I feel numb now, as if I was there myself and hit with this disaster as you have been. Only just recently I visited Tokyo, and was delighted how beautiful, clean and […]
I WANT YOU TO REMEMBER ME / OBOETETE is a dramatic new installation of YOKO ONO dealing with shattered lives, loss and remembrance. Inspired by her own experiences of growing up in war-torn Japan, displacement and awareness of the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and now by the events of March 2011, ONO has created […]
An installation of doors and figurative transparent sculptures form the nucleus of multi-media artist Yoko Ono’s second solo exhibition at Galerie Lelong, Uncursed. Yoko Ono says: When we were children, we learnt at our elementary school how the warrior, Shikanosuke Yamanaka, vowed to endure seven misfortunes and eight sufferings, thereby giving all the negative things […]
“We are all together in spirit, and we have to start bringing out our super power which is the energy, resilience and wisdom that we have.” Yoko Ono on ‘Piers Morgan Tonight’, CNN Yoko Ono: Japan has to bring out “the energy, resilience and wisdom that we have” Yoko Ono was an exclusive guest on […]
Back This Project $1 minimum pledge UPDATE from Director Chris Noland, 3/11/2012 Dear Yoko and readers of IMAGINEPEACE.com, This is Chris Noland. I thought I would bring you up to what is currently going on with our SURVIVING JAPAN film project. It has been one year since my life changed forever in Tokyo on 11 […]
Karuizawa is an old summer resort in Japan very much like the Hamptons except it’s in the mountains. There is a coffee house in a pine forest near Karuizawa. John & I fell in love with the place, and found ourselves going there almost every day with Sean. To get there, you had to go cycling for about 30 minutes from the town of Karuizawa. But we loved going there. There was a big hammock in the backyard, and John, Sean and I used to spend the afternoon lying in it, giggling, singing, and watching the sky…
PRECOGNITO & INCOGNITO 2012 March 15- 17, 2012 INCOGNITO Saturday, March 17, 7 – 10 pm Doors open at 7 pm sharp With original artworks by 500 contemporary artists, INCOGNITO features work by luminaries including Yoko Ono, John Baldessari, Mark Bradford, and Judy Chicago, as well as a host of emerging talent. This spirited evening encourages attendees—from […]
Miracles, Art, Science & Religion 4 March 2012 to 1 July 2012 Opening Sat, 03. March 2012, 11:00 The miracle is a concept that breaks through boundaries. This exhibition makes use of its explosive potential, following the traces of the miraculous in different disciplines and throughout different periods in history. Centered around works of contemporary […]