Yoko Ono attends her "One Woman Show" press preview at The Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in New York.
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Yoko Ono is most famous as the widow of John Lennon. New York's Museum of Modern Art will Sunday launch a major retrospective exploring the avant-garde artist's work. "Yoko Ono: One Woman Show" is MoMA's first exhibition dedicated entirely to the Japanese-born artist and musician, exploring her creative output from 1960-1971 when she was influential in the underground New York scene. The idea for the exhibition dates back to 1971, when Ono announced a one-woman exhibition at MoMA titled Museum Of Modern (F)art.MoMA director Glenn Lowry told reporters it was this incident that led to the idea of the exhibition.Cherix said the exhibition explores the little known period when Ono made "major contributions" to the art scene, particularly as a 25- to 30-year-old.
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