The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas recently introduced an enhanced digital lobby experience, and in February 2015 the 2,995-room luxury resort at the center of The Strip will present IMAGINE PEACE by artist and activist Yoko Ono. The public art project is presented in partnership with Art Production Fund. The new work further expands on The […]
Art Production Fund is pleased to present IMAGINE PEACE by Yoko Ono as part of the Times Square Alliance public art program on September 21, 2012, which marks the thirty-first annual International Day of Peace. As part of this global gathering of individuals in the name of peace each year, Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE message will be translated into 24 world languages and displayed hourly across American Eagle Times Square, MTV 44 ½ and Viacom North and South signs throughout Times Square.
Yoko Ono’s billboard IMAGINE PEACE enlightens the Houston skyline Yoko Ono’s public masterpiece reissued to September events and 9-11 Memorial (An extension of “Positive Perceptions” exhibition in Colton & Farb Gallery – Houston) Billboard unveils September 5th, 2011 through mid-October North Freeway (I-45 North), 500 feet South of I-10, Houston, Texas On the 5th of […]
Dear Ms Ono, We are having a 5 Year Plan benefit for Doctors Without Borders at Mitchell-Innes & Nash (534 w.26th St. NYC) on Tuesday Sept. 27th, 6-8pm. The 5 Year Plan is giving the first $25,000 profits from the book to Doctors Without Borders, any profit after that will go to a further cycle […]
IMAGINE PEACE 2012 Yoko Ono Lennon 18 February 2011 Dear Friends, Today, February 18th, 2011, I am 78. I know you are asking many questions on Twitter and elsewhere about what I am really like. It’s something I would love to know, too! One day it will suddenly dawn on us …maybe. The world situation […]
Yoko Ono’s billboard will be seen in Downtown London as apart of this year’s LOLA Festival. (© Yoko Ono 2010) Yoko Ono is an award-winning multi-media artist and peace activist, who constantly challenges and stretches the traditional boundaries of sculpture, painting, theater and music. Her seminal performance art in the early 1960’s, experimental films and […]
In December, it will be 30 years since a deranged assassin shot dead John Lennon. In the decades after his murder, Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, persevered amid her own grief and the suspicions of a public that has always associated her with the fracturing of the Beatles. At the opening of her new art exhibit in Berlin — a blend of sculpture, sound and film — Ono talks with TIME about violence, forgiveness and keeping her slain husband’s memory alive.
Yoko Ono exhibits IMAGINE PEACE at PAUSE.
This innovative public art exhibit will transform The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas marquee into a large-scale digital canvas showcasing work from leaders in the contemporary art world. Viewers will instantly be transformed from the everyday buzz of the strip to a thought provoking moment of contemplation and reflection.
GREEN SEEN Mail Art – The Wendell Free Library invites you to create an original postcard size art work for our mail art exhibit, GREEN SEEN.
GREEN – sustainability, conservation, freecycle, the color….. All techniques and media welcome.
Participants’ mail art works will be displayed until March 21st.
Participation is free. All are welcome, artists & non-artists.
Send original postcard size works to: GREEN SEEN Mail Art, Wendell Free Library, P.O. Box 236, Wendell, MA 01379 USA.
JEMA travels IMAGINE PIECE to the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, in Gainesville, Florida JEMA proudly announces Yoko Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE is reopened at JEMA and is currently on view at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, in Gainesville, Florida [map]. Yoko Ono’s exhibition runs from From October 6 – January 3rd, 2009-10, […]
VIPP 70TH ANNIVERSARY AUCTION Vipp is celebrating its 70th anniversary by hosting a charity auction in New York City in collaboration with design retailer Design Within Reach (DWR). The auction will benefit DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS. Thirty-five leading figures in the worlds of architecture, art, design, fashion and entertainment have put their signature […]
by Carol Clerk, The Quietus Some of us may be surprised at just how good Between My Head And The Sky, the new album by the Plastic Ono Band, actually is. Not Carol Clerk, who met up with Yoko to talk about her music and peace projects . . . It’s a beautiful September morning, […]
The Peace Abbey was created following an inspiring visit by Mother Teresa to The Life Experience School in 1988. Since then, The Peace Abbey has become a favorite place for regular visitors and retreatants from all over the world. Please visit the Abbey and walk the grounds. Our Mission The Peace Abbey is dedicated to creating innovative […]
When the good folks at the Huff asked me to write a piece for the launch of the New York page, it was kind of like the feeling I might get if a friend or my sister ever asks me to be the maid of honor in one of their weddings: first, delight. Then, utter […]
YOUNGSTOWN — A new version of Yoko Ono’s “Imagine Peace” billboard has been installed in downtown Youngstown at Wick Avenue and Wood Street [map]. It was installed by Youngstown State University’s McDonough Museum of Art. Billboards urging peace have been an important component of Ono’s artwork over the past 40 years, beginning in 1969 when […]
American Jewish actor Jason Alexander, from the hugely successful television comedy series Seinfeld, was in Jerusalem on Wednesday to attend a OneVoice meeting where he spoke about a project in which Palestinian and Israeli youth “imagine” what would happen if a peace treaty had been signed in 2008. Alexander was in the American Colony hotel […]
The John & Yoko Amsterdam Bed-In took place from 25-31 March 1969 at The Hilton Hotel, Amsterdam, Holland. The John & Yoko Montreal Bed-In took place from 26 May to 2 June 1969 at The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Canada, culminating in the recording of the anthem “Give Peace A Chance” on the night of […]
by Rene Bruemmer, The Gazette, Montreal, Canada, 7 April 2009 If you’re concerned your mind is finally starting to fail and it’s happening while you’re awaiting public transport, fear not: That is in fact Yoko Ono in the métro telling you she loves you. Starting yesterday morning, the Montreal Transit Corp. began broadcasting a 17-second […]