Yoko Ono

Women Artists


"I’m trying to make something happen by throwing a pebble into water and creating ripples. I don’t want to control the ripples". Yoko Ono (b. 1933) was a vital part of a counter-cultural generation working after World War II. Lizzie Perrotte celebrates the courageous spirit of this unique artist’s practice.

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