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Statement

“Glass no kado” is comprised glass edition works from 2014-2016 which take keys, hammers and shovels as their motifs, together with an installation using “shoji” (sliding paper doors) of Ono’s artist book “Spare Room” published in 2003.

Press Release

Artwork Introduction

Since the 1950s Yoko Ono has produced work which liberates the viewer’s imagination, which inspires action and which cuts incisively into the contradictions of politics and society. Her methods of expression have varied from visual art to music, film, performance, and poetry and she has influenced many key artistic movements including Fluxus, conceptual art, video art and …

Artwork Introduction

Since the 1950s Yoko Ono has produced work which liberates the viewer’s imagination, which inspires action and which cuts incisively into the contradictions of politics and society. Her methods of expression have varied from visual art to music, film, performance, and poetry and she has influenced many key artistic movements including Fluxus, conceptual art, video art and feminist art.

In particular, as a pioneer of conceptual art through her unique poetic expressions, Ono has conveyed to the world her contemplative and yet also humorous responses to issues which trouble …

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Location

3-8-7-2F Kaigan, Minato-ku
Tomio Koyama Gallery / Office
Tokyo, JP