Yoko Ono: One Woman Show: 1960–1971

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Yoko Ono: One Woman Show: 1960–1971

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Yoko Ono with Figure (1926–30, cast 1937) by Jacques Lipchitz, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, c. 1961. Photo: Minoru Niizuma. Courtesy of Yoko Ono. © 2015 Minoru Niizuma

Yoko Ono: Hello, this is Yoko. I'm very happy that you're here to see the show. So let's go together.

I think that conceptual art—it works in many ways. What I think it does the most is when it opens up things within people's mind. And they will follow it and do something that is conceptual—but it would create reality in their life.

You will see that there’s sometimes a room where you can do things yourself, as well – that I am asking you to use your creativity and add it to the work. Now I'm very, very happy that I thought of it because I'm having a great time with it. And I'm sure that you will, too.