Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono | the artist

The artist Yoko Ono
Born Febr 18 1933, Tokyo, Japan.
Style and technique of the artist: Sculpture Objects, Fluxus, Conceptual Art, Sydney Biennale, Venice Biennale, Sound Art, Oskar Kokoschka Prize,

Yoko Onoartworks on eBay
Original artworks, prints, exhibition posters, monographs, books, collectibles.

Oskar Kokoschka Prize 2012

Biography and art, auction, artworks, interview, statement, website:
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Imagine Peace

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Art not Art

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Cough Piece’, ‘No Bed for Beatle John (w/John Lennon)’ and other soundpieces (MP3)

Yoko Ono interview
I saw Pop Art happening and then Op Art and all that, but I wasn’t affected by it so much, you know. Before that was Abstract Expressionism… When Pop Art was very fashionable – I use the word fashionable which is maybe not fair to them, but it was – people expected Pop Art to be the only thing that you should be doing. If you were not doing that then you weren’t a good artist. But there were still some cult followers of my work; there were always some people who liked this kind of art side of work…

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Ono was a reluctant member of Fluxus, a loose association of Dada-inspired avant-garde artists that developed in the early 1960s. Fluxus founder George Maciunas, a friend of Ono’s during the 60s, admired her work and promoted it with enthusiasm. Maciunas invited Ono to help him promote the Fluxus movement, but she declined because she did not necessarily consider Fluxus a movement and she wanted to remain an independent artist[3]. John Cage was one of the most important influences on Ono’s performance art. It was her relationship to Ichiyanagi Toshi, who was a pupil of John Cage’s legendary class of Experimental Composition at the New School, that would introduce her to the unconventional avant-garde, neo-Dadaism of John Cage and his protégés in New York City….

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