Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind

Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind

Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind

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Discover the profound impact of Yoko Ono's activism through the first major retrospective in a decade. Immerse yourself in her dynamic work and engage with it in a thought-provoking manner.
 
Yoko Ono (b. 1933) quickly rose to prominence as a prominent figure in the Fluxus movement during the mid-1960s. Over the years, her multi-faceted artistic approach, spanning sculpture, film, performance, instruction, and music, has greatly influenced the evolving landscape of contemporary art. This crucial volume, the first major publication on Ono's work in over ten years, commemorates her career at a pivotal moment and showcases the visionary themes that she has long espoused, now integral to modern art practices.
 
Explore the dynamic career of Yoko Ono as she traveled across the globe, from her early days in Tokyo to her influential time in 1960s London, where she developed her craft amidst the public eye of her relationship with John Lennon and The Beatles. This luxurious volume also delves into Ono's impact on continental Europe and her enduring residency in New York, where she continued to advocate for feminist, antiwar, and environmental causes. Through engaging themes of audience participation, play, and music, this exquisite book invites readers to experience Ono's work by reading, enacting, imagining, and wishing, all while being guided by her profound words. Published in partnership with Tate Modern, indulge in the exclusive world of Yoko Ono's mind and artistry.

Juliet Bingham is curator of international art at Tate Modern.

Materials: Hardcover

Size: 9.3 in H x 6.8 in W

Item 9780300276343
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