Yoko Ono displays a banner on the Musac façade with her work 'Imagine Peace'

Until June 13, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León exhibits on its façade a large art installation designed for public thoroughfares conceived by the conceptual creator Yoko Ono.

Yoko Ono displays a banner on the Musac façade with her work 'Imagine Peace'

Until June 13, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León exhibits on its façade a large art installation designed for public thoroughfares conceived by the conceptual creator Yoko Ono. Her idea is to share a message that calls for peace in buildings around the world. The intervention, which shows the message 'Imagine Peace. Love, Yoko, 2022' has been presented in London, Los Angeles, Milan, Melbourne, New York and Seoul on the network of screens of the art and culture platform CIRCA, with the collaboration of the Serpentine Gallery.

Fifty-three years after her famous 'bed-ins' for peace with John Lennon in Amsterdam and Montreal, Yoko Ono has conceived this intervention, in such a way that the Musac shows a ten by three meter piece conceived specifically for the facade of the iconic building designed by Tuñón and Mansilla, collects Ical.

Yoko Ono (1933) is an artist whose work challenges people's notions about art and the world around them. She has worked on her, of a conceptual nature since the beginning of her career, encompassing her performance, film, music, writing and her famous Instructions. Ono has exhibited her work around the world, including major traveling exhibitions, biennials, and triennials.


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