Under the title "Music of the Mind," the Tate Modern in London will showcase Yoko Ono's creations in various disciplines until September 1st, offering a unique perspective on the influential artist's more than seven decades of work. Featuring over 200 pieces, the exhibition provides a comprehensive portrait of the artist through installations, objects, videos, photographs, sculptures, documents on her performances, music, and artistic endeavors throughout her career. This retrospective is the most extensive ever held in the UK about her.

Since the 1950s, with her early exhibitions in New York, Yoko Ono has been associated with conceptualism, a movement that advocates for the idea that the concepts behind a work carry more weight than the work itself, emphasizing the importance of the meaning the artist intends to convey.

At the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum, you can also enjoy iconic works by the artist, such as 'War is Over!' and the 'Wish Tree.' Discover them on your next visit!

Images:

1. Yoko Ono with Yannick and Ben Jakober. Photograph: Archive

2. 'War is Over!' (2009), Sa Bassa Blanca Museum. Photograph: Archive

3. Yoko Ono visiting the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum. Photograph: Archive

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The Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation, active since 1994, is pleased to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, marked by various events that began last Saturday, February 24th, with the celebration of the Day of the Balearic Islands, during which we had an influx of over 3,000 visitors. Attendees were able to visit, free of charge, the NINS portrait collection, the Sokrates room, the sculpture park, and the rose garden.

Additionally, during the event, families enjoyed "Smoke Signals," a colorful smoke flare spectacle inspired by the "Smoke Towers" project, for which artist Ben Jakober won the Special Pilar Juncosa and Sotheby's Prize in 1993, awarded by the Pilar i Joan Miró Foundation.

We would like to thank everyone who made this day possible. Special thanks to Ms. Àngela Amer Mir, Councilor for Culture and Festivals, and Ms. Margalida Ferriol Gual, Councilor for Cultural Heritage of the Alcúdia City Council, who enjoyed the show along with the rest of the attendees. We also extend our gratitude to the Jove Xaranga de la BMMA band and the Local Police for organizing, ordering, signaling, and directing the museum's entrance traffic.

This exotic space, saved from urbanization by the founders in 1979, nestled between the mountains and the sea, has become an iconic symbol of creativity and beauty. Visiting the MSBB is a unique experience where art, nature, architecture, and history come together in a magnificent setting.

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Next Saturday, February 24th, from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, we will host an open day to celebrate the Day of the Balearic Islands. Visitors will enjoy the NINS portrait collection, the Sokrates room, the sculpture park and the rose garden for free.

Throughout the day, families will be able to enjoy "Smoke Signals," a free spectacle of colorful smoke flares aimed at all audiences inspired by the project "Smoke Towers," with which the artist Ben Jakober won the Special Prize Pilar Juncosa and Sotheby's in 1993 awarded by the Pilar i Joan Miró Foundation.

In addition, the "Café La Paloma" will remain open for visitors who wish to enjoy a delicious menu featuring dishes made with fresh ingredients and organic vegetables. We look forward to seeing you there!

In the photo: Joanet Punyet, Ben Jakober, Pepe Tous, Pablo Rico, Pilar and Juan Miró foundation, Palma de Mallorca 1994, celebrating the award given to Ben Jakober for his Torres de Humo project.

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The prestigious Artgenève exhibition, taking place from January 24th to 28th 2024 in Geneva, will host the unveiling of a unique collection of 24 watercolors from the "Chthonian-Apollonian" series by the renowned Vietnamese-French artist, Yannick Vu.

Created in the years 1994 and 1995, these artworks invite viewers on an exploratory paper journey where ambiguous elemental forms intertwine in altered dimensions.

Through this exhibition, Vu skillfully contrasts and merges fundamental dualities such as heaven and earth, the mundane and unique, Chthonian and Apollonian, the physical and intellectual.

Don't miss this extraordinary exhibition offering a unique insight into Yannick Vu's art at the prestigious Artgenève. An opportunity to explore the dialogue between forms and dualities in a captivating visual experience.

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