Magic And Loss

Yoko's vivid visual tribute accompanies 20 Lennon classics

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Deciding that if you’re going to do something, you may as well do it properly, Yoko Ono has not only created a visual accompaniment to 20 classic Lennon songs, but also the ultimate tribute to her husband.

She’s opened up the archives to present a collage of material which is, in parts, familiar, but which offers a rich new spread.

Live and documentary film, home-movie footage, newsreel, press cuttings, photographs, drawings, writings and images of the personal belongings and routine minutiae of Lennon’s life?the matchbook from his favourite Caf

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