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Group Show: XV Woman Biennale: VIOLENCE. L’arte interpreta la violenza (PAC Museum, Ferrara, Italy)

XV Woman Biennale Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Corso Porta Mare 5, 44121 Ferrara, Italy Dal Saturday 21 April 2012 al Sunday 10 June 2012 Ufficio stampa Studio Pesci Gli artisti correlati Loredana Longo, Lydia Schouten, Naiza H. Khan, Nancy Spero, Regina José Galindo, Valie Export, Yoko Ono Curatori Lola Bonora, Silvia Cirelli Comunicato stampa evento: [...]

2012-04-14T20:01:31-05:00April 14th, 2012|Events & Exhibitions|

Group Show: Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan (Moscow MoMA, Russia)

Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan Section 1: Reality/Ordinary world The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Japan Foundation, presents the exhibition Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan intended to introduce the general public to the art trends of Contemporary Japan. The ‘double perspective’ is provided here by two curators [...]

2012-03-05T21:04:33-05:00March 5th, 2012|Events & Exhibitions|

The Films of Yoko Ono (U. Iowa Museum of Art)

Film Series: YOKO ONO March 29, 2011, 7:00 p.m. Adler Journalism Building, Room E105 The fourth screening of the UIMA's six-part film series features four films by the Japanese artist, musician, author and peace activist YOKO ONO who is known for her work in avant-garde art. Each of the six screenings pertains to a different [...]

2011-03-25T17:45:49-05:00March 15th, 2011|Events & Exhibitions|

Group Show: Aware: Art Fashion Identity [Royal Academy Of Arts, London, UK]

GSK Contemporary - AWARE: ART FASHION IDENTITY 2 December 2010 – 30 January 2011 The third season of contemporary art at 6 Burlington Gardens examines how artists and designers use clothing as a mechanism to communicate and reveal elements of our identity. The exhibition contains work by 30 emerging as well as established international contemporary [...]

2010-12-04T12:37:31-05:00December 2nd, 2010|Events & Exhibitions|

Jersey City professor Midori Yoshimoto discusses views on art

by Brendan Carroll, The Jersey Journal Midori Yoshimoto is a professor of art history, gallery director, and curator. As a former employee of Jersey City Museum, I had the good fortune of working alongside Midori on several occasions. Midori routinely brought her students to the museum to visit its permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, artist [...]

2012-01-09T08:18:25-05:00July 30th, 2010|Imagine All The People|

threeASFOUR perform Yoko Ono’s Cut Piece [Washington DC, USA]

by Erin Petty, Washington City Paper Since 2005, the New York-based fashion collective threeASFOUR, comprised of Gabi Asfour, Angela Donhauser, and Adi Gil, has been producing avant garde, almost museum-quality clothing that recalls Japanese designers like Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo. Indeed, their clothing has been featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art [...]

2010-07-22T06:45:22-05:00July 22nd, 2010|Events & Exhibitions|

Yoko Ono’s CUT PIECE: From Text to Performance and Back Again by Kevin Concannon

Yoko Ono’s CUT PIECE : From Text to Performance and Back Again by Kevin Concannon Art is inexorably bound up in the situation where it is produced and where it is experienced. You can emphasize this, or you can emphasize where it is produced or experienced: you can even equate them, and emphasize [...]

It’s Me, I’m Alive: A Conversation with Yoko Ono (by Thomas Britt, PopMatters)

Yoko Ono began 2010 by participating in “Art Adds,” a project that exhibits her artwork on New York City taxicabs. Replacing advertisements that traditionally decorate the rooftops of taxis, Ono’s peace-promoting works (along with pieces by Alex Katz and Shirin Neshat) move throughout the city as a kind of public art. In Carol Vogel’s New York Times article about the project, Ono likens the experience to a dance, saying, “The message is always in motion.”

2017-01-09T13:44:02-05:00February 8th, 2010|Interviews & Articles|

Group Show: Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art [Tijuana, Mexico]

Thirty-two contemporary artists from 25 countries address violence against women and girls globally and their basic human rights to a safe and secure life. The beauty of this project is that it combines the highest integrity of art with important social messaging and storytelling to help create awareness, inspiration, and address systems for positive social change and action. Exhibition curated by Randy Jayne Rosenberg.

2010-01-29T15:44:28-05:00January 29th, 2010|Events & Exhibitions|

The Ballad of Yoko Ono (Richmond.com)

by Hays Davis, Richmond.com There’s a fact about Yoko Ono that has been obscured over the past few decades due largely to her life and work with her late husband. Early in her career, Ono became an acclaimed and influential artist in her own right through her development of fascinating conceptual and performance pieces. Having [...]

2009-11-12T04:01:50-05:00November 11th, 2009|Interviews & Articles|

Yoko Ono: The Stanford Lecture 2009

Part 1/4: Childhood Part 2/4: Passages For Light Part 3/4: Five Films & Chair Piece Part 4/4: Q&A Yoko Ono's lecture at Stanford University on 14 Jan 2009 Courtesy of Yoko Ono, Stanford University & www.IMAGINEPEACE.com Lectures & Films ©2009 Yoko Ono Video Footage ©2009 Stanford University All Rights Reserved. Yoko Ono reflects on her [...]

Yoko Ono: FLY [Shanghai, China]

Yoko Ono: FLY from eflux.com Ke Center for the Contemporary Arts Yoko Ono-Fly Nov 23 - Dec 15, 2008 Exhibition Opening: November 22, 2008, 19:00 Kai Xuan Road 613-B, Shanghai, 200051 China http://www.kecenter.org Exhibition Concept and Curator: Yoko Ono Organized by Gunnar Kvaran and Biljana Ciric Presented by Ke Center for the Contemporary Arts Partner: [...]

2008-12-14T08:15:07-05:00December 8th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions|

Group Show: Street Art, Street Life [NY, USA]

Street Art, Street Life at Bronx Museum of Art (New York)  September 14, 2008–January 25, 2009  Wandering through “Street Art, Street Life,” I’m reminded of the title of a 1971 film by Shuji Terayama, Throw Away Your Books, Let’s Go into the Streets. That phrase seems to capture the sensibility that curator Lydia Yee has zeroed in [...]

2008-12-01T07:59:14-05:00December 1st, 2008|Events & Exhibitions|

Blueprint For A Reprise

Blueprint For A Reprise by LYDIA FONG An Interview with Yoko Ono *** Many of us remember the scene: Yoko Ono, in a white sleeping gown, unmistakable long black hair framing her face, sitting in bed next to John Lennon in a hotel room packed with reporters, celebrities and activists. Tape recorder on and guitar in [...]

2008-11-05T07:43:58-05:00November 5th, 2008|Interviews & Articles|

Yoko Ono: Inside the mind of a lifelong outsider

by Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper. Artist, musician, muse and all-round cultural icon, Yoko Ono has been making waves ever since she was involved with the Fluxus movement in the 1960s. Today she comes to the Frieze Art Fair to deliver a keynote lecture that underlines her continuing engagement with performative practice and audience participation. [...]

2008-11-07T20:08:33-05:00October 17th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions News, Interviews & Articles|
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