Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)
Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)

Yoko Ono Music of the Mind exhibition book (paperback)

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By Juliet Bingham, Jon Hendricks and Connor Monahan
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Accompanying the survey exhibition at Tate Modern of the same name, this Music of the Mind paperback exhibition book explores the world of Yoko Ono and reveals the profound impact of her art on the collective consciousness of our time. The exhibition catalogue features previously unpublished photographs from her involvement at Indica Gallery, London, Sogetsu Art Centre, Tokyo and her loft on Chambers Street in New York, as well as new research and writing about the world renowned Japanese multi-media artist, singer, songwriter and peace activist.

Yoko Ono (born 1933) is an artist who has made an indelible mark on contemporary culture and political activism through her radical and innovative practice. This remarkable and essential publication, developed in collaboration with Yoko Ono and her studio, traces in full the evolution of an artist whose visionary spirit has transcended boundaries and challenged conventions.

Featuring additional contributions by Sanford Biggers, Andrew de Brún, Patrizia Dander, Catherine Lord, Helen Molesworth, Yasufumi Nakamori, Barbara Rose, Naoko Seki, David Toop, Kira Wainstein, and Andrew Wilson.

Juliet Bingham is Curator of International Art at Tate Modern, London.

Jon Hendricks is an American artist, curator and political activist. Since 2008, he has served as the Fluxus Consulting Curator of the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Jon has known Yoko Ono since 1965, and has worked with her extensively.

Connor Monahan is the Studio Director for Yoko Ono.

Sanford Biggers is an interdisciplinary artist who works in film, installation, sculpture, music, and performance, based in New York.

Andrew de Brún is Assistant Curator of International Art at Tate Modern, London.

Patrizia Dander is Head of Curatorial Department, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf.

Catherine Lord is an artist, writer, curator and activist. She is Professor Emerita of Art at the University of California.

Helen Molesworth is a writer and podcaster based in Los Angeles and Provincetown.

Yasufumi Nakamori is Director of the Asia Society Museum, New York. He was previously Senior Curator of International Art (Photography) at Tate (2018–2023).

Barbara Rose (1936–2020) was an art historian and critic, who lived and worked in the United States.

Naoko Seki is a curator and art historian. She was previously Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (1993–2020).

David Toop is a musician, author and Emeritus Professor. He was previously Professor of Audio Culture and Improvisation at London College of Communication (2013–2021).

Kira Wainstein is Research Assistant at Tate Modern, London.

Andrew Wilson is a critic, historian and curator. He was previously Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art, and Archives at Tate Britain (2006–2021).
  • Artist Yoko Ono
  • Exhibition YOKO ONO MUSIC OF THE MIND
  • Dimensions 23.5 x 17 cm
  • Material FSC certified paper
  • ISBN 9781849768849
  • Paperback Yes
  • Product Code S028982
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Limited editions

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UK – FREE
USA & Canada – £80 each
European Union – £120 each
Rest of world (including non-EU European countries) – £150 each
 
 

Rugs

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UK – £50 per order

For international shipping enquiries, please contact us at shop@tate.org.uk for quotes on delivery to selected countries.

 

Goldfinger + Tate furniture

As each item of furniture is made to order, delivery takes 12-14 weeks, and will arrive separately to any other items in your Tate Shop order.

UK – £150 per order using a specialist white-glove delivery service. An access check can be arranged for £80.
 

Food & Wine

Our collection of food and wine is only available for delivery in the UK. We currently offer free delivery on wine orders over £100, using a specialist white glove service within the M25 area.

Wine: UK only – £20 per order

Please note that our wines can only be purchased by those aged 18 years and over. Customers will be asked to provide proof of age upon delivery.

Here’s more information on delivery.

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