News - 07 May 2015
Yoko Ono and MoMA, Together at Last
The New York Times
are praising MoMA’s choice of featured artist: Yoko Ono. Her one-woman show will run at New York’s Museum of Modern Art from May 17th until September 7th. Click here
for more details.
‘Yoko Ono in the ’60s was a historically important, groundbreaking, influential artist, working in London and Tokyo and New York. Her achievement as an artist is nearly hidden by her fame; we want to uncover it.’ – Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator at MoMA
Yoko Ono’s groundbreaking art over eight decades is chronicled in her limited edition series, YOKO ONO INFINITE UNIVERSE AT DAWN
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Above: Yoko Ono recreates the poster for her fictitious one woman show at Museum of Modern (F)Art, 1971. Photo courtesy of Kishin Shinoyama/Lenono Photo Archive
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