///Ono Celebrates Lennon’s 68th with “Imagine Peace” Exhibit

Ono Celebrates Lennon’s 68th with “Imagine Peace” Exhibit

By Jen Carlson, Gothamist

Last night (on what would have been his 68th birthday), the Openhouse Gallery in SoHo opened their exhibit “Imagine Peace,” displaying over 100 of John Lennon’s drawings.

The installation will be around through the weekend, and it’ll cost you $2 to get in, with the money going towards City Meals-on-Wheels. Featuring “Lennon’s characteristic drawings in hand-signed pieces and limited edition prints, as well as serigraphs, lithographs, copper etchings and aqua tints,” some of the collection has never been on view before. And if If you want to loosen the purse strings even more, the press release declares that pieces are available for purchase.

Just who’s behind all this? Yoko Ono, of course!


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2008-10-29T12:50:39+00:00October 10th, 2008|Events & Exhibitions News|