Zac visited the Yoko Ono War is Over exhibition recently, which represents the first Australian survey exhibition by the legendary artist, musician and activist Yoko Ono. Spanning five decades from the early 1960s to the present, it encompasses her language and instruction texts, sculptures and installations, and films and performances.

Here is Zac’s photographic essay of the experience.

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Novelty Chess Set – Yoko ONO

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Video playback – Yoko ONO

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Of course my Horse – Yoko ONO

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Message to Mum wall – Yoko ONO

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Sculpture of family – Yoko ONO

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Legs.. or parts of – Yoko ONO

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Rebecca Baumann, Automated Colours

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Bottled Icons – Yoko ONO

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Bottled Icons – Yoko ONO

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Veterans’ helmets – Yoko ONO

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Veterans’ helmets – Yoko ONO

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Veterans’ helmets – Yoko ONO

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