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Gallery imagines an exhibit filled with Yoko's art.


The dozens of pieces in Yoko Ono Imagine Peace, Featuring John & Yoko’s Year of Peace (on view at the Emily Davis Gallery) chronicle Ono’s myriad art projects over the past 40-plus years. The works are set up chronologically -- from early advertising spots to collaborations with John Lennon to recent solo art. There’s even some interactive samples, like “Play It by Trust” (featuring two-foot-high chess pieces) and “Imagine Peace,” where viewers are encouraged to rubber-stamp the titular message on world maps at the venue.
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