SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — A world-renowned artist is planning to share her work right here in Syracuse.
The Everson Museum is set to exhibit some star power this summer as Yoko Ono’s “Remembering the Future” goes on display.
The museum is celebrating its 50th year by bringing back the artist’s work.
The Everson says Ono’s first solo museum show happened there in 1971.
This time, the exhibition will span four decades of Ono’s work, from film and music to performance and visual art.
Visitors can take in the work inside and outside of the museum building between August 31st and October 27th.