John Cage – Shock (Vol. 2): CD of 1962 Japanese concerts featuring Yoko Ono, David Tudor, Toshi Ichiyanagi & Kenji Kobayashi

Read full review of Shock (Vol. 2) - JOHN CAGE on © In tribute to the John Cage centenary and marking the 50th anniversary of his first Japan tour, EM Records presents John Cage - Shock (Vol. 2) - historically important and previously unissued recordings made by Cage and his visionary interpreter David Tudor [...]

2012-09-27T06:59:51-05:00September 27th, 2012|Discography|

Group Show: John Cage :-) A Centennial Celebration (with friends) (Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)

An exhibition of works by John Cage including prints, drawings, multiples, and scores. With Friends includes works by William Anastasi, Dove Bradshaw, Merce Cunningham, Marcel Duchamp, Buckminster Fuller, Allen Ginsberg, Morris Graves, Richard Hamilton, Al Hansen, Dick Higgins, Jasper Johns, Ray Johnson, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles, Tom Marioni, Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Ben Patterson, [...]

2012-01-29T22:12:03-05:00January 29th, 2012|Events & Exhibitions|

Group Show: The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now [San Francisco, CA, USA]

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 [...]

2010-07-22T07:02:17-05:00October 17th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions|

Henry Flynt in New York

Composer/philosopher/activist Henry Flynt reflects on his years in the downtown Avant-Garde and the sectarian Left. In this scene, Flynt recalls his New York concert debut in Yoko Ono's loft (at 112 Chambers Street, NY NY) in February, 1961. The concert series in which he appeared was curated by La Monte Young. 'Henry Flynt in New [...]

2008-10-28T13:23:47-05:00October 14th, 2008|Films & Videos|


An exhibition that explores music’s role in the interdisciplinary experimentation of the 1960s, when a dynamic cross-fertilization was taking place among music, video, installation, and what was known as “mixed media” art.  Comprising over 40 works from the Museum’s collection, the exhibition includes video, audio, books, lithographs, collage, and prints, by artists such as Yoko [...]

2008-11-07T19:49:14-05:00August 14th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions News|

Ten Thousand Things

Ten Thousand Things: Multicultural Webfinds "Ten Thousand Things" is a Buddhist expression representing the dynamic interconnection and simultaneous unity and diversity of everything in the universe. YOKO ONO: IMAGINE PEACE  posted: March 12; by Jean, Kyoto Journal On February 18, 2008, Yoko Ono turned 75. An icon in the global peace movement, the artist has not [...]

2008-11-26T05:20:58-05:00March 12th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions News|

Happening High Priestess

  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 [...]

2008-11-07T18:04:20-05:00March 1st, 1998|Interviews & Articles|
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