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Yoko Ono turns 90: a look back (23 images)

Artist, singer, songwriter and activist Yoko Ono, best known for her music made with her late husband, John Lennon, turns 90 on Saturday. Here's a look back at her career through the years.

Yoko Ono (R) and John Lennon stage a "bed-in for peace" after their March 1969 wedding. Rare footage of Ono and John Lennon spending time together was used in a new music video for "Look At Me," which was released in April 2021. Photo by UPI


Ono (R) and John Lennon listen in on the Watergate hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington in 1973. John Lennon was fatally shot and died at the age of 40 in December 1980. "I saw John smiling in the sky. I saw sorror changing into clarity. I saw all of us becoming one mind," Ono said in statement during a worldwide tribute to John Lennon after his death. Photo by UPI
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Ono attends a press conference to discuss a retrospect of her work "Have you Seen the Horizon Lately" at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem on November 25, 1999. The exhibition showcased four decades of Ono's work from the 1960s and included paintings, drawings, installations, photography, video and conceptual art. The show was part of Ono's ongoing efforts to advance world peace and unity. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI
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Ono takes part in Chess competition at the Imagine Tournament in New York City on March 20, 2000. The event was hosted by Ono and the American Museum of Natural History. Photo by Ezio Petersen/UPI
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