Looking back nearly 60 years across a wide spectrum of genres and media, this thematic exhibition examines how artists have engaged audiences as essential collaborators in the art-making process. Works by more than 40 artists will be on view, from early conceptual projects by such pioneers as John Cage, Lygia Clark, Dan Graham, and Hans [...]
KRON 4 Morning News has a candid conversation with Yoko Ono about her solo exhibition at SF MoMA. Reporter: Vicki Liviakis. Producer: Lily Tung.
HIGH CONCEPT by John Robinson, The Guardian, 23 April 2005. Described by her husband John Lennon as 'the world's most famous unknown artist', Yoko Ono discusses her most creative moments with John Robinson The 1960s had already been fairly eventful for Yoko Ono. She'd published a book of "instructional poems", and submerged herself in the [...]
Since the early 1960s, initially as an important if orbital member of the Fluxus movement, Yoko Ono has been making subtle and challenging works of art across a range of media. After meeting John Lennon in 1966 she was placed in a position of global celebrity that no member of the avant-garde had ever experienced [...]
After a touring retrospective and the reissue of eleven albums, it's time to take Yoko Ono seriously While Yoko Ono is still regarded by many as the Beatles’ persona non grata, a quiet re-evaluation of her art and music has been underway for some time. A sort of subcultural logic has dictated that anyone [...]