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Yoko Ono 'Talking'
     

Yoko Ono 'Talking'

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by Nick Johnstone
 

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One of the most consistently controversial and misunderstood artists of recent years, this is Yoko Ono in her own words, discussing performance, art, and her life with John Lennon.

She is the world's most famous widow - the often maligned, largely mysterious Japanese avant-garde artist whose relationship with the world's greatest pop group still casts an

Overview

One of the most consistently controversial and misunderstood artists of recent years, this is Yoko Ono in her own words, discussing performance, art, and her life with John Lennon.

She is the world's most famous widow - the often maligned, largely mysterious Japanese avant-garde artist whose relationship with the world's greatest pop group still casts an inescapable shadow over her life and work. In this book, part of the 'Talking' series, countless quotes and interviews have been compiled to present Yoko in her own words, taken from across her life and career.

Unofficial and Unauthorised. Parental advisory - Explicit Contents.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857122551
Publisher:
Music Sales Corporation
Publication date:
04/07/2010
Series:
Talking Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
7 MB

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