YOKO ONO | i‘ll be back

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Exhibitions: Yoko Ono, I'll Be Back

solo exhibition

exhibition opening:
tuesday may 25th, 2010

exhibition closing:
october 30th, 2010

opening hours:
monday to friday, 4–8pm
or by appointment

about.

STUDIO STEFANIA MISCETTI is proud to announce I’LL BE BACK, a new exhibition by the artist Yoko Ono. This exhibition has been conceived especially for the Studio Miscetti gallery space, as an installation incorporating a dialogue with Italian Futurists’ fervor, using images, sound, appropriations and alterations.

I was walking into the Futurism exhibition at Tate Modern, the last day of my stay in London. Suddenly the Manifesto of Futurism hit my eyes. (…) My eyes rapidly became filled with tears and I could not read on…Yes. yes. yes. We intend to sing the love of danger, the habit of energy and fearlessness… Courage, audacity, and revolt will be essential elements of our poetry. Exactly! (…) Feverish Insomnia is our world. It is accelerating, as well. But Art is going the other way…to the graveyard of sleep and illusory ecstasy. Why? Some people even seem to have been insulted by my energy, mistaking audacity to aggression, and fearlessness to something to fear. (…)

Yoko Ono, June ‘09

YOKO ONO is a multi-media artist who constantly challenges the traditional boundaries of art. She is known for her groundbreaking conceptual and performance pieces, experimental films and music.

Read and download the exhibition’s press release.

artist.

YOKO ONO is an artist whose thought-provoking work challenges people’s understanding of art and the world around them. From the beginning of her career, she was a Conceptualist whose work encompassed performance, instructions, film, music, and writing.

Ono was born in Tokyo in 1933, and moved to New York in 1953, following her studies in philosophy in Japan. By the late 1950s, she had become part of New York Cityʼs vibrant avant-garde activities. In 1960, she opened her Chambers Street loft, where she and La Monte Young presented a series of radical performances and exhibited realizations of some of her early conceptual works. In 1961, she had a one-person show of her Instruction Paintings at George Maciunas’ legendary AG Gallery in New York, and later that year, she performed a solo concert at Carnegie Recital Hall of revolutionary works involving movement, sound, and voice. In 1962, she returned to Tokyo, where, at the Sogetsu Art Center, she extended her New York performance and exhibited her Instructions for Paintings. In 1964, Ono performed Cut Piece in Kyoto and Tokyo, and published Grapefruit, a book of her collected conceptual instruction pieces. At the end of that year, she returned to New York. In 1965, she performed Cut Piece during her concert at Carnegie Recital Hall, Bag Piece during a solo event for the Perpetual Fluxus Festival, and she performed Sky Piece to Jesus Christ during the Fluxorchestra concert at Carnegie Recital Hall that September. In 1966, she made the first version of Film No. 4 (Bottoms), and realized a collaborative installation The Stone, at the Judson Gallery. In the fall of 1966, she was invited to take part in the Destruction in Art Symposium in London, and later that year, held one-person exhibitions at the Indica Gallery, and the Lisson Gallery the following year. During this period, she also performed a number of concerts throughout England. In 1969, together with John Lennon, she realized Bed-In, and the worldwide War Is Over! (if you want it) campaign for peace. Yoko Ono travels annually to Iceland for the lighting of her IMAGINE PEACE TOWER, which she created in 2007 as a permanent installation on Viðey Island, Iceland. She continues to work tirelessly for peace with her IMAGINE PEACE campaign.

Today, Ono is widely recognized for her groundbreaking films and her radical music, recordings, concerts, as well as her performance art. Her films Fly“RAPE”Film No. 4 to name a few, are considered classics of 20th century film, and her music has finally been acknowledged as the genesis of much of the new wave of musical forms that have circled the world.

Ono has exhibited her work throughout the world, including major touring exhibitions, biennales and triennales. In 2009, she received the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement from the Venice Biennale.

For a more complete artist profile, see the artist page.

works.

here below some images from YOKO ONO’s i’ll be back.

more exhibitions.

more exhibitions by YOKO ONO with STUDIO STEFANIA MISCETTI.

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Exhibition | Yoko Ono - The Yoko Ono Film Festival 2018 at Studio Stefania Miscetti

YOKO ONO

the YOKO ONO film festival
october 23rd-27th, 2018

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Exhibition: BUON DOMANI A BETTER TOMORROW

BUON DOMANI – A BETTER TOMORROW

group show
december 9th, 2010 – january 29th, 2011

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Project: YOKO ONO - Smile event

YOKO ONO

smile
october 10th, 2010
MACRO testaccio, rome

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Exhibition: ANABLEPS Group show

ANABLEPS

group show
march 9th – april 28th, 2000

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Project: CANEVARI - ONO NYE

PAOLO CANEVARI – YOKO ONO

new year’s eve 1997 event
december 31st, 1997
piazza del popolo, rome

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Exhibition | Yoko Ono - The Yoko Ono Film Festival 1996 at Palaexpo Roma

YOKO ONO

the YOKO ONO film festival at palaexpo rome
february 15th-17th, 1996

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | YOKO ONO Projected Artists IV/V - Smile Event

YOKO ONO

projected artists obiettivo: roma IV/V – smile event
february 15th-17th, 1996

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | Project: YOKO ONO - Lighting piece - Florence

YOKO ONO

lighting piece
january 12th-14th, 1995
ponte vecchio, florence

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Contemporary Art Rome | PALLE - Group show

PALLE

group show
december 10th, 1993 – january 1994

Yoko Ono, A piece of sky, 1993, exhibition view

YOKO ONO

a piece of sky
february 12th – march 13th, 1993

more catalogues.

more catalogues by YOKO ONO with STUDIO STEFANIA MISCETTI.

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Catalogues | Anableps

ANABLEPS

catalogue of the exhibition
tipo-lito aurelia 72, rome 2000

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Catalogues | Yoko Ono | Projected artists - Obiettivo: Roma IV/V | Smile
Studio Stefania Miscetti | Catalogues | Yoko Ono | Lighting Piece

YOKO ONO
lighting piece

exhibition catalogue
tipo-lito aurelia 72, rome 1995

Studio Stefania Miscetti | Catalogues | Yoko Ono | A Piece of Sky

YOKO ONO
a piece of sky

exhibition catalogue
rotoeffe, ariccia 1992