The Manchester International Festival – a biennial incubator of international art and cultural projects – is in full swing, offering a diverse spread of exhibitions and events across the city. The festivities
‘Protect the persecuted’: behind Yoko Ono’s impactful refugee art project The musician and artist has brought two artworks to New York and talks about her desire to bring empathy to our view of immigration
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The biennial Manchester International Festival got underway with the mass hand-ringing of bells in the city’s Cathedral Gardens, instigated from afar (via recorded video spiel) by Yoko Ono, to spread
The film-maker David Lynch has charged no fee to the Manchester gallery hosting the biggest ever UK exhibition of his visual art and given them 100 limited-edition prints to sell to fund future projects.
Manchester international festival has opened with a loud chorus of ringing bells as part of the Yoko Ono project Bells for Peace. At a Manchester's Cathedral Gardens, a stone's throw from the site of Manchester
Bells will ring out to open the Manchester International Festival after Yoko Ono called on thousands of people to make "an incredible vibration". Festival organisers hope a "people's orchestra of bells"
I always wanted to do a bell piece of music, and I got a chance to do it, so I’m doing it Yoko Ono People like to run, jump and skip, and it's not the so-called interesting thing to do One of the things