Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree will be on display at Hirshhorn, starting June 17. Photo By (Hirshhorn/Official Website).

Singer and multimedia artist, and notably John Lennon’s partner, Yoko Ono will be having her work displayed at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, from June 17 through September 17. Her latest exhibit, Four Works for Washington and the World, unravels an eclectic and marveling mix of performances and installations – a strength that the artist is known for.

Yoko Ono’s iconic Wish Tree installation takes on D.C., in celebration of its tenth year of being displayed across the world. Visitors will have the opportunity to place hand-written notes onto the tree. Additionally works will be interactive and personal to each passing visitor.

For more information about the exhibition, go to https://hirshhorn.si.edu/.

Originally published on http://madeinthedistrict.us/. Feature Photo By (Hirshhorn/Official Website).

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