Invisible Flower by Ono Lennon
  

Synopsis

Invisible Flower by Ono Lennon

This elegant little art book is a never-before-published treasure written and illustrated by Yoko Ono in 1952, when she was 19 years old, at the advent of her artistic career. Featuring hand-drawn text and minimalist drawings in chalk pastel, this sweet story tells of an invisible beauty that we all know, but cannot see. But there is one person who can see it: 'Smelty John.' Written years before Yoko met her famous soul mate, Invisible Flower offers a glimpse into the early process of a brilliant conceptual artist and eerily heralds her relationship with one of pop music's most beloved talents. Sean Lennon discovered this little jewel in his mothers' archives and will contribute an introduction, and Yoko Ono will contextualise her work in a new afterword.

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About the Author

Yoko Ono is an award-winning multi-media artist and peace activist. She has had a critical role in originating forms of avant-garde art, music, film and performance. Ono played a central role in the Fluxus movement of the 1960s and collaborated with John Lennon on experimental film and music projects in the 1970s. Her more recent work has included interactive installations, site-specific works, Internet projects, concerts, and recordings that have been widely disseminated worldwide.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
52 pages

Author

Ono Lennon
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st February 2012

ISBN

9781452109114


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