Two Evenings of Films with Yoko Ono

July 13–15, 2015


Yoko Ono. Rape. 1969. Directed by Yoko Ono in collaboration with John Lennon. Film still #2. © Yoko Ono
  • Education Center The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building

In conjunction with the exhibition Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971, MoMA presents a selection of Yoko Ono’s films in a theater setting. Yoko Ono will offer commentary, providing unique insight into the inspirations and processes behind her work. Each program will conclude with a post-screening conversation between Yoko Ono and a guest respondent.



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