Yoko Ono spreads message of peace, love in Long Branch

Yoko Ono spreads message of peace, love in Long Branch by Kathy Dzielak, Asbury Park Press Ask Yoko Ono how she feels about the Internet, and the answer probably shouldn’t come as a surprise. “I do Twitter, I do Facebook, I do MySpace,” says the 77-year-old Ono. “I just love the fact that it’s given […]

Lennon art in Naples, Florida – Yoko Ono recalls late husband’s love, creations

Fri 13 Feb 2009 - Interviews & Articles

by Dayna Harpster, News-Press.com, Fort Myers, Florida. More than a few 74-year-olds have earned the right to a conversational upper hand. And when it’s Yoko Ono, perhaps the most famous widow in the world, she has you at “hello.” On the phone from New York, Ono was being interviewed because an exhibit of drawings by […]

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A real love for his art

Thu 11 Dec 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

by Janice De Jesus, Contra Costa Times For decades, the name John Lennon has been instantly associated with The Beatles, and with music. But very few know him as an artist and, hence, few people have seen his artwork. As he was creating music, the artist Lennon very few people knew about continued to draw, […]

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John Lennon Art in Auckland, New Zealand

Sat 06 Dec 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

A collection of John Lennon’s art, including a new work selected by Yoko Ono for world premiere, will be exhibited at Ferner Galleries Parnell next month, the only venue in New Zealand to host the exhibition. WORKS WILL BE ON SALE FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Lennon is remembered for his music but he began drawing […]

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‘So This Is Xmas’ – The Artwork of John Lennon

Thu 27 Nov 2008 - Events & Exhibitions

Celebrate John Lennon’s message of peace, hope and love as Yoko Ono and the Hard Rock Hotel present ‘So This Is Xmas,’ a showcase of the Artwork of John Lennon, at the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago, 230 N. Michigan, November 28, 29, 30. A suggested $2 donation at the door will benefit the Greater Chicago […]

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John Lennon Art Exhibition [Perth, Australia]

Fri 24 Oct 2008 - Events & Exhibitions

Includes three world premiere releases Gallery 360 will be exhibiting over 70 Limited edition prints and hand written lyrics by John Lennon, with the co-operation and assistance of Yoko Ono Lennon. The exhibition will open on Friday 24 October and run every day until Sunday 2 November. The gallery is open 8.30 -5.30 Mon-Wed and […]

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

Fri 10 Oct 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

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 […]

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Exhibit Of John Lennon’s Drawings Marks His 68th Birthday

Fri 10 Oct 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

An exhibit of John Lennon’s drawings opened Thursday, on what would have been the musician’s 68th birthday.  The legendary co-founder of the Beatles was born in Liverpool, England, in 1940. He was shot to death outside his Upper West Side home on December 8, 1980. On Thursday, more than 100 of Lennon’s drawings went on […]

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Thu 09 Oct 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

Starting on Thursday night, some of John Lennon’s art – including a few pieces never seen before – will be put on display at a Manhattan gallery by Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono. “Imagine Peace,” at the Openhouse Gallery in SoHo will feature more than 100 works created between 1968 and 1980. Some of it will […]

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When Yoko Ono started showing John Lennon’s artwork in the ’80s, she was derided as an opportunist and worse. Two decades later she is seen as a keeper of the Lennon legacy, with fans softening on the woman who “broke up the Beatles” as more of the band’s history comes to light. The latest exhibit […]

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Being John Lennon

Yoko Ono discusses the artistic life of John Lennon and his evolution as an icon I always knew I was going to make it, but I wasn’t sure in what manifestation,” said John Lennon in a 1980 Playboy interview. “I used to read the reviews of books and art and music before I ever put […]


Wed 24 Sep 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

This Friday through Sunday (September 26 – 28), fans of John Lennon have a unique opportunity to view pieces of his artwork through Yoko Ono presents Working Class Hero – A Look into John’s Life through his Artwork.  The exhibit (located at 902 Pearl St. in Downtown Boulder) will feature over 100 pieces of art […]


Thu 28 Aug 2008 - Events & Exhibitions News

It’s been 28 years since John Lennon was shot to death in Manhattan, but his influence lives on in so many ways. Of course, there is all the music by the Beatles and by John as a solo artist and with his wife, Yoko Ono, but he continues to be felt through the artwork he […]


by Cindy Bowe & Lori Rush (via email) Hi Yoko! I visited your art show in Southampton, NY this past weekend! It was amazing. My friend, Lori (left) and I (right) drove from Cherry Hill, NJ just for the show. I have to admit that we were hoping to see you as well! John’s art […]

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