Acorn

Acorn

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by Yoko Ono
     
 

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Abre los ojos, expresa tu anhelos # VIVE.

Libro-objeto-arte de Yoko Ono con una visión hacia su concepto sobre la paz y la libertad.

Mantras de la posmodernidad, acertijos de los sueños, invocaciones y deseos, esto y más es Acorn: reflexiones dictadas por la ilusión, maravillosas

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Abre los ojos, expresa tu anhelos # VIVE.

Libro-objeto-arte de Yoko Ono con una visión hacia su concepto sobre la paz y la libertad.

Mantras de la posmodernidad, acertijos de los sueños, invocaciones y deseos, esto y más es Acorn: reflexiones dictadas por la ilusión, maravillosas ilustraciones con técnica puntillista y secretos dichos al oído del infinito.

Yoko Ono #extraordinaria artista conceptual, vanguardista en el mundo de la música, la literatura y las artes plásticas# entrega en este libro una alucinación festiva hecha poesía y pensamientos profundos, acompañados de dibujos mágicos que son al mismo tiempo geometría de pensamientos y cuerpos que danzan indolentes.

El objetivo, transmitir la esencia del amor, la amistad, la existencia, la naturaleza y el misterioso oficio de vivir y trascender. Acorn es, indudablemente, una muestra de arte-objeto realmente excepcional.

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“One of performance art’s royalty.” —Roberta Smith, The New York Times

“She’s my idol.” —Lady Gaga

“Part meditation, part artwork, sprinkled with her signature statements of peace and tranquility . . . A tantalizing slice of Ono’s life views.” —The Huffington Post

“As always with Ono, the playfulness disguises a deeper purpose, which has to do with being present, with seeing things in a different way.” —Los Angeles Times

Reviews

“One of performance art’s royalty.” —Roberta Smith, The New York Times

“She’s my idol.” —Lady Gaga

“Part meditation, part artwork, sprinkled with her signature statements of peace and tranquility . . . A tantalizing slice of Ono’s life views.” —The Huffington Post

“As always with Ono, the playfulness disguises a deeper purpose, which has to do with being present, with seeing things in a different way.” —Los Angeles Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781616203993
Publisher:
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Publication date:
11/19/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
216
File size:
11 MB
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Meet the Author

Yoko Ono is an artist and political activist known for her work in avant-garde art, music, and filmmaking. She has received numerous awards, including the prestigious Hiroshima Art Prize for her dedication to peace activism. Her previous books include Grapefruit and An Invisible Flower. She lives in New York City. Her website is www.imaginepeace.com.

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