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YOKO ONO BRINGS Imagine Peace:


YOKO ONO BRINGS Imagine Peace:




OCTOBER 9, 10, 11 & 12

– Proceeds Will Benefit CITY-MEALS-ON-WHEELS of New York –



New York – The legendary John Lennon would have turned 68 on October 9 this year, and to commemorate his lifelong message of peace and love, his widow and longtime creative partner Yoko Ono is exhibiting  Imagine Peace: A LOOK INTO JOHN LENNON’S LIFE THROUGH HIS ARTWORK, an internationally acclaimed, ever-changing exhibit of Lennon’s characteristic drawings, at the Open House Gallery on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 9, 10, 11 and 12

 Open House is located at 201 Mulberry Street (between Kenmare and Spring Streets). For more information please call
(212) 925-2265. . Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, October 9, 10,11and 12. Gallery hours: Thurs., 5pm – 9pm; Fri, 12noon - 9pm; Sat. 11am – 8pm and Sun, 11am– 6pm.


Suggested donation is $2.00 and the exhibit will benefit
City-Meals-On-Wheels, which funds 85 community-based agencies that bring weekend, holiday and emergency meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers who can no longer shop or cook for themselves (100% of all public donations go to the preparation and delivery of meals).


Produced by Legacy Fine Art Productions, Come Together is the largest collection of Lennon’s works ever assembled and an exhibit that has travelled across the country and around the world for 15 years, garnering record crowds and raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. 

The exhibit features hand-signed pieces and limited edition prints, as well as serigraphs, lithographs, copper etchings and aqua tints, all of which are available for sale.  Lennon’s inspiring and emotional sketches are also in the permanent collections of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the John Lennon Museum in Japan.  For further information on Come Together call (888) ART-1969.


A musician, songwriter, poet, artist and philosopher, John Lennon will long be remembered as one of the true visionaries of the 20th century.  Before he was a Beatle, he was an artist who attended the renowned Liverpool School of Art School and he continued to chronicle his remarkable life with wry, whimsical, line drawings in pen, pencil, and Japanese sumi ink.  His style was comprised of quick sketches, free-hand drawings, caricatures and illustrations that continue to illuminate his keen sense of observation, wit and profound irony.  Come Together includes over 100 pieces from 1968 – 1980, encompassing the final phase of Lennon’s Beatles career, his years as a solo artist, his activist and creative partnership with wife Yoko Ono, his five-year hiatus in New York as a stay-at-home dad, and his return to the music scene in 1980, which was cruelly cut short by his murder in December of that year.  John Lennon’s message of peace, hope and love still resonates worldwide and is at the core of his powerful and provocative artwork.  At the time of his death, he had preserved several hundred drawings that he considered important




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