Yoko Ono is returning to her roots. In June, the 80-year-old avant-garde icon (and widow of John Lennon) will publish a follow-up to her 1964 book “Grapefruit”: “Acorn,” a collection of 100 conceptual instructions which function as Zen-like incantations for how to live a mindful life.

“Grapefruit” is one of the great books of the 1960s, a work of subtlety and elegance that frames the world itself as a canvas for art. It was this sensibility that first drew Lennon to Ono when they met at London’s Indica Gallery in 1966.

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