In her prolific 40-year career, Ono has embraced a wide range of media, defying traditional boundaries and creating new forms of artistic expression. The exhibition features approximately 150 works from the 1960s to the present, with a focus on her early period, and includes objects and installations; language works, such as instruction pieces and scores; film and video; music; and performance art. YES YOKO ONO was organized by Japan Society, New York, and curated by its gallery director, Alexandra Munroe, in consultation with Fluxus scholar Jon Hendricks. Overseeing the San Francisco presentation are Janet Bishop, SFMOMA curator of painting and sculpture, and Clara Kim, SFMOMA curatorial associate. The exhibition was awarded the 20002001 International Association of Art Critics/USA Award for Best Museum Show Originating in New York City.