Yoko Ono’s London show

Yoko Ono reclaims her artist status at nearly 80. Her new show at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, London strongly re connects Yoko to her avant-garde roots as it showcases her work from the Sixties through to today in the fields of performance, conceptual and video art. The centrepiece of the show is #smilesfilm, “The smile is such an important thing” says Yoko, “and I actually wrote that we had to do this in 1960-something,” she says. “It’s taken 50 years. In the last page of my Grapefruit book I asked for people to send in pictures of their smiles. It was a big picture. I thought it might take a while. I visualised it. Sometimes you have to wait.”

The Telegraph review, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-reviews/9349066/Yoko-Ono-at-Serpentine-Gallery-Seven-magazine-review.html

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