The Mahler Fine Art Gallery presents an exhibition of the extraordinary artworks of John Lennon Nov. 14-15, 2015. Collection expert Nim Vaswani and the gallery’s owner, Rory Parnell, discuss the event.
The Extraordinary Exhibition in its New York City Presentation The 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Artwork of John Lennon
An Unparalleled Exhibition of the works of John Lennon presents at Soho’s venerable AFA Gallery
Imagine Peace: The Artwork of John Lennon features over 60 estate-authorised prints of the icon’s drawings and illustrations, as well as a one-off Steinway & Sons white piano modelled after the one on which he wrote Imagine (all the exhibits are available for sale). The event is happening at San Francisco Art Exchange, beginning tomorrow (9 October) and finishing on 31 October.
At “The Art of John Lennon” at Tysons Corner Center, his art and limited edition prints of his work, managed by the Bag One Arts program, will be on display and available for purchase at this Tysons Corner exhibition.
Reprinted from NBC Washington A Northern Virginia art gallery will host an exhibition of artwork by John Lennon later this month. The Road Show Company in Tysons Corner will display… read more →
Road Show Company is honored to present an exhibition of the extraordinary artworks of John Lennon.
John Lennon enjoyed the visual arts, in addition to the music that made him famous. A selection of his drawings will be on view in Tyson’s Corner.
John Lennon left plenty to celebrate: his songs, of course, from “A Hard Day’s Night” to “Strawberry Fields Forever” to the joyful, post-Beatles contentment of “Double Fantasy.” There’s also the introspection of his interviews, the literary wit of such books as “In His Own Write” and a variety of artworks.
The latter are having a belated moment in a traveling exhibit that will include stops this month in New York, Denver, Toronto and San Francisco.
Beatle, husband to the extraordinary Yoko Ono, and namesake of the Liverpudlian airport, John Lennon would have turned 75 tomorrow, Oct. 9. To celebrate, rock historian Theron Kabrich has put together a show called Imagine Peace: the Artwork of John Lennon at the San Francisco Art Exchange. Over 60 works of original Lennon art will be displayed through the end of the month.
Tomorrow would have been the 75th birthday of John Winston Ono Lennon, co-founder of the Beatles and one half of arguably the greatest song-writing duos of all time. A creative legacy of that magnitude — one which changed the face of popular music forever — is hard to look past, and indeed many never do.