Yoko Ono, 2009. © Photo by Synaesthete, 2009.
STOCKHOLM.- Yoko Ono is a pioneer of conceptualism and the international Fluxus movement, and has been sharing her message of peace and love with the world for nearly 60 years. The Moderna Museet exhibition highlights Yoko Ono’s book Grapefruit from 1964 and features selected instruction pieces that encourage new, imaginative ways of looking at life and creating art. For the exhibition Yoko Ono has made a new piece called Summer Dream and a new instruction piece, that some 20 artists have been invited to respond to. Moreover, Yoko Ono will realise two of her works together with the public on Djurgården in Stockholm during the full-moon night between 4 and 5 June. Grapefruit is a seminal collection of texts, so-called instruction pieces, and has been reprinted in many editions since 1964. "I named my first book of instructions with the name of the fruit I loved. Grapefruit is a hybrid of orange and lemon and to me, ... More
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Exhibition at Moderna Museet in Stockholm highlights Yoko Ono's book Grapefruit
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