Morning Links: Yoko Edition

The director of Documenta wonders how strawberries can best present their political intentions. [Artforum]

On Yoko Ono’s new show at Serpentine Gallery. [The Guardian]

Barton Lidice Benes, a New York sculptor famed for his controversial sculptures about the AIDS epidemic, has died at the age of 69. [NYT]

Here’s an interview with Hong Kong artist Lee Kit. [WSJ]

Here’s an interview with Yoko Ono, whose Cut Piece was received differently in England. “Twenty guys came up and I was naked immediately!” [BBC]

Scott Reyburn whets appetites for the estimated $500 million worth of art hitting the block in London over the next fortnight. [Bloomberg]

Here’s how infrared light teaches about ancient art-making techniques. [BBC]

The Globe and Mail looks at the legacy of painter Emily Carr, “died famous, in a Canadian sort of way.” [G&M]

Lynda Benglis on pouring latex, wax paintings, etc. [TateShots]

See Michael Heizer talk about his boulder, Levitated Mass, which opens for public view on June 24 at LACMA. [LACMAvideo]

Here’s an interview with Sound Suit creator Bernhard Leitner. [VernissageTV]