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Yoko Ono: Have You Seen the Horizon Lately

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The Other Rooms" is a sequel to Yoko Ono's "Grapefruit," a now classic artist's book that was first published in 1964 and became a cult classic following its wider distribution after 1970. Matching the satisfyingly compact size of "Grapefruit," and beautifully bound in white cloth, "The Other Rooms" is conceived as a series of rooms that unfold the story of, in the words o ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 1997 by Museum of Modern Art Oxford
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so beautyful. it will change your day and life
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The description is for a totally different book. This book is a great compact brief into to Ono and her work.
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