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Before the Museum of Modern (F)art: On Yoko Ono’s First New York Show, in 1961

In honor of the Museum of Modern Art’s “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971,” we turn back to Ono’s first exhibition ever, held at AG Gallery, which was run by George Maciunas and Almus Salcius, in New York, in July … Read More


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Of Flies and Homemade Bombs: Yoko Ono’s Art World

One recent afternoon, I was sitting in a room in Yoko Ono’s apartment in the Dakota building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, waiting for her to arrive. The apartment was dark, but this room was entirely white—white carpets, … Read More


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Morning Links: Edvard Munch Edition

The Edvard Munch Award is set to return after a hiatus of nearly a decade. [The Art Newspaper]Musée Maillol in Paris shuts its doors indefinitely on its 20th birthday, due to falling attendance and rising debts. [The Art Newspaper]A Yoko … Read More


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Works by Yoko Ono, poster, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York, November 24, 1961.
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MoMA Announces 2015 Yoko Ono Show

Today the Museum Of Modern art announced its first solo exhibition dedicated exclusively to the work of Yoko Ono. Titled “Yoko Ono: One Women show, 1960-1971,” it will run from May 17 to September 7, 2015.The show will focus on what the … Read More


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All Together Now: Artists and Crowdsourcing

In galleries, public spaces, and online, artists are orchestrating pieces that can only be completed by you Read More


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10 Amazing Data Visualizations of Creativity and Art History

With five New York art spaces showing maps, charts, and diagrams, it’s a great moment for flowchart art Read More


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How Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson Got 35,000 People to Draw on the Moon

One small click of the mouse, a giant leap for art Read More


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Alexandre Singh's place for turning wine into Pepsi, 2012. COURTESY THE ARTIST.

You Can ‘Do It’

New book and projects expand Hans Ulrich Obrist’s participatory-art movement Read More


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What She Did For Love: Tracey Emin Hearts Times Square

British artist’s first American public-art piece will inspire passersby to kiss—or cry Read More


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Japan’s Postwar Art Wave

Museum and gallery shows on Mono-ha, Gutai, and other avant-garde movements in Japan from the ’50s onward are shedding new light on an era previously unknown to the West Read More


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Jeremy Deller’s Sacrilege, a bouncy replica of Stonehenge, is part of the Cultural Olympiad in Britain.

It Takes a Village

London’s art festival offers spectacle to coincide with the Olympic Games Read More


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That Seventies Sensibility

A wave of exhibitions shows how the open-ended, experimental, hardscrabble, less cynical esthetic of the ’70s is appealing to artists and curators Read More