Yoko Ono assembles a dual exhibition, titled The Riverbed, at Galerie Lelong and Andrea Rosen Gallery. Following her recent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, these interactive exhibitions are comprised of two entirely new, full gallery installations. Since the early 1960s, audience participation has been a crucial aspect of Ono’s work. To make a village is a political gesture, as well as a formal one. Audience participation is key to completing The Riverbed through everyday action coupled with contemplation; they are collaborators with the artist.
At Andrea Rosen Gallery until 23 January, and Galerie Lelong until 29 January.