Photo: Courtesy Illy Caffe

Photo: Courtesy Illy Caffe

Yoko Ono 


The artist who in 1971 gave herself her own solo exhibition at MoMA (which involved releasing flies doused with perfume into the museum’s sculpture garden) now has an actual MoMA solo exhibition, “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971” (through Sept. 7). The show displays around 125 of Ono’s early work, spanning objects, installations, recordings, performances, works on paper, and more. The show is giving Ono’s work, which has always been overshadowed by her famous husband and his band, its rightful attention.



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