Yoko Ono

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As a major retrospective opens in London, we take a rearview of one of her most iconic works 


BY Philomena Epps |

From Paul Mpagi Sepuya's self-reflective portraiture to Jan Gatewood's anthropomorphic rabbits

BY frieze |

A new show at Tate Modern reminds us of the impact she made and the possibilities she opened for other artists, from Marina Abramović to Brian Eno

BY Juliet Jacques |

From the postponed Lagos Biennial to the first career retrospective of architect I.M. Pei at M+ in Hong Kong, these are the top picks for the year ahead

The author's debut book, Which As You Know Means Violence, reveals the politics of self-injury in performance art and contemporary culture

BY Esmé Hogeveen |

From Heman Chong’s wry humour in Singapore to Lee Bul’s ‘soft sculpture’ performances in Seoul, these are the must-see shows in the region 

BY frieze |

‘Have You Seen a Horizon Lately?’ feels like a hauntingly apposite question for these dark times

BY Kito Nedo |

The artist creates a specially commissioned work for frieze in response to Yoko Ono’s legendary 1965 performance ‘Cut Piece’

BY Wangechi Mutu |

The stone was taken from the artist’s installation The Riverbed at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Modern Art Oxford, UK

BY James Attlee |

Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

BY Klaus Walter |

More and more artists are re-enacting iconic performances. What does this mean for ‘art of the present tense’ and its relationship to the past?

BY Catherine Wood |

De Appel Boys' School, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

BY Douglas Heingartner |

Théâtre du Ranelagh, Paris, France

BY Michael Bracewell |

Various Venues

BY Emily King |

An interview with Yoko Ono

BY Michael Bracewell |

Japan Society, New York, USA

BY Jenni Sorkin |

Behind the renewed interest in Performance Art lies a desire to bring the real and the representation closer together

BY Frazer Ward |