In the 1960s, Yoko Ono participated as a key artist in the development of Conceptual and performance art. Working both independently and collaboratively, Ono produced a number of text, performances, films, and musical compositions that looked to push the boundaries of modern art. In 1964, within the context of her work as a performance artist, Ono produced an artists book titled Grapefruit. The book was originally published in a limited edition of 500 copies in Tokyo and contained 150 instruction pieces and poems. Intimately tied to her performance work, these short pieces foreground Onos singular creativity and approach to art production. Produced from a complete copy of Onos text held in MoMAs library collection, this edition of Grapefruit is the first full facsimile to be released of the 1964 original. Currently, a first edition of Grapefruit is very rarely available to the public, and our desire and Onos is to make the book in its original paperbound form broadly accessible again. This work is published in conjunction with MoMAs exhibition Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971.