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My friend Yoko Ono — and her art in her words

My friend Yoko Ono — and her art in her words

The Times · 04 Feb, 2024 @ 10:45

Yoko Ono was an influential avant-garde artist long before she met John Lennon. Ahead of a retrospective at Tate Modern — and her 91st birthday — she selects her favourite works and reveals the stories behind them. First, art critic Waldemar Januszczak lifts the lid on his friendship with the artist

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