previews

  • Yoko Ono, Half-a-Room, 1967, mixed media. Installation view, Lisson Gallery, London, 1967. Yoko Ono. Photo: Clay Perry.

    “Yoko Ono: Lumière”

    Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon
    Cité Internationale 81 quai Charles de Gaulle
    March 9 - July 10

    Curated by Jon Hendricks and Thierry Raspail

    The remarkably resilient Ono is currently experiencing yet another career revival as her compositional and musical experimentation is discovered by a new generation. On the heels of her solo show at New York’s MoMA, the Musée d’Art Contemporain in Lyon will stage a massive survey—the artist’s first in France—of more than one hundred pieces from the six-decade career of the Fluxus maven, post-punk diva, and vital octogenarian. The show and nearly five-hundred-page catalogue will present instructions, scores, paintings, objects, performances, albums, and ephemera, all of which are sure to provoke awe and delight.