Yoko Ono, Arias, and Objects: Arias and Objects
An icon of popular culture, Yoko Ono is also a celebrity within the world of avant-garde art. Long before her association with John Lennon, her performances, music, films, and objects stirred controversy and admiration. Using never-before-seen photographs, authors' narratives, and Ono's own words, this book provides the broadest overview of Ono's creative accomplishments a...more
Paperback, 139 pages
Published November 15th 1991 by Gibbs Smith Publishers
(first published November 1991)
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This bk is much more inclusive than Grapefruit was insofar as it has fotos & a pretty good overview of all Ono's work including the feminist albums, the films, etc.. It came out 20 yrs later than Grapefruit & I read it even later than that so it didn't have the impact for me that Grapefruit did, but, still, the work is very fertile & diverse & thoughtful & I like her politics. Fluxus included so many interesting women & neoism (the movement I'm associated w/ that's called...more