05 Jul 2012
London's Serpentine Gallery is holding an exhibition of Yoko Ono's work, running from 19th June- 9th September 2012. 'To The Light' is a celebration of Yoko Ono's impact on art, music, film and performance over five decades. It includes work from her days in the Fluxus movement, working with John Cage; the famous Cut Piece and Bottoms films; pieces from the Indica show where she met John Lennon; and recent projects such as the worldwide participatory project, #smilesfilm.
'With a new show at the Serpentine that's playful and thoughtful simultaneously, Yoko Ono succeeds in making us all smile.' - The Telegraph
'Fly and Cut Piece give us an alternative vision of the world, rather than easy answers.' - The Independent
'Cut Piece is Ono's masterpiece but there is plenty more here that proves she is a genuinely original and enduringly significant artist.' - London Evening Standard
For more information on 'To The Light' please click here, and to find out how to add your smile to the exhibition, visit www.smilesfilm.com
Yoko Ono pictured with her all-white chess set, Play It By Trust, outside the Serpentine Gallery, London.
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