John Lennon's famous widow: Yoko Ono celebrates her 90th birthday today

Yoko Ono, Japan's "most famous unknown" multimedia artist, singer, writer and peace activist celebrates her 90th birthday today.
She was marked by a love affair with John Lennon, one of the Beatles, so today she is one of the most famous and richest women in the world. According to the media, her fortune is 750 million dollars
Yoko Ono was born on this day, February 18, 1933, in Tokyo, Japan, in a rich Japanese "blue blood" family. As a 12-year-old, she survived the devastating American bombing of the Japanese capital and the subsequent post-war poverty.
When The Beatles broke up in 1970, Yoko was often cited as the main reason for their split. However, according to statements close to the band, and Paul McCartney himself, it seems that Yoko could not have been the reason for their breakup.
Apart from music, Yoko was always involved in art. She continued to exhibit her work. In 2015, the Museum of Modern Art in New York organized an exhibition of her earlier works. She also received the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Biennale in 2009.
John Lennon's famous widow: Yoko Ono celebrates her 90th birthday today Yoko Ono, Japan's "most famous unknown" multimedia artist, singer, writer and peace activist celebrates her 90th birthday today. She was marked by a love affair with John Lennon, one of the Beatles, so today she is one of the most famous and richest women in the world. According to the media, her fortune is 750 million dollars Yoko Ono was born on this day, February 18, 1933, in Tokyo, Japan, in a rich Japanese "blue blood" family. As a 12-year-old, she survived the devastating American bombing of the Japanese capital and the subsequent post-war poverty. When The Beatles broke up in 1970, Yoko was often cited as the main reason for their split. However, according to statements close to the band, and Paul McCartney himself, it seems that Yoko could not have been the reason for their breakup. Apart from music, Yoko was always involved in art. She continued to exhibit her work. In 2015, the Museum of Modern Art in New York organized an exhibition of her earlier works. She also received the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Biennale in 2009.
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