The Taubman Museum of Art hopes the artwork of Yoko Ono will bring new visitors — and show them what else the museum holds. Ono is best known to many as Beatle John Lennon’s wife, but she was an early avant-garde performance artist in her own right and remains active to this day. “Imagine Peace” features works from the couple’s “Year of Peace” along with many interactive works that involve the visitor. WFIR’s Evan Jones has the story.
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