Yoko Ono retrospective exhibition announced

Show will feature more than 125 pieces

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Yoko Ono is to be the subject of a retrospective exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

The exhibition – titled Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960 – 1971 – will include 125 pieces including works on paper, installations, recordings, films and performances.

Rolling Stone reports that the exhibition will run from May 17 – September, 2015.


In 1971, Ono staged an unofficial exhibition at the same venue, called Museum of Modern [F]art.

Björk is also the subject of a major retrospective at MoMA which is due to run from March 7 until June 7, 2015.


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