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Yoko Ono


Tate Modern, London, 15 February–1 September

The widespread recognition of Ono in pop culture might overshadow her brilliance as an artist. She played a pioneering role in the development of performance art, infusing it with a potent feminist perspective during the 1960s through works like Cut Piece, where audience members were encouraged to cut her clothing in a disconcerting, seemingly disciplined ritual. This retrospective serves to affirm her significant position in contemporary art.


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