A black and white photograph by George Maciunas taken from above of Yoko Ono kneeling in front of her poster for the concert of "A Grapefruit in the World of Park," Carnegie Hall Recital, 1961.

Just in time for the last day of Women's History Month, the VRC has finished cataloging + uploading over 35 images of works by conceptual artist Yoko Ono to MDID, which we realize is really not much considering her work spans over 60 years, ranging from sound pieces and texts, to works on paper, objects, "instructions", performances, videos...
...the list really could keep going.

These images were scanned from the volume "Yoko Ono: Half-A-Wind Show – A Retrospective" (Prestel, 2013), a catalog published in conjunction with the traveling exhibition of the same title organized on the occasion of Ono’s 80th birthday a few years ago.

It showcases the enormous diversity and influence of her work, particularly in the 60s and 70s as part of the avant-garde art movement, and also highlights her world-peace projects.

Want more Yoko? Check THIS out (maybe even literally at the Library)!

PHOTO: Works by Yoko Ono [The artist with her poster for the concert of "A Grapefruit in the World of Park," Carnegie Hall Recital, 1961; Photograph by George Maciunas], 1961.