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Hirshhorn Celebrates 10 Years of Yoko Ono’s “Wish Tree for Washington” With Summer of Artist’s Work

This summer, the Hirshhorn will commemorate the 10th anniversary of Yoko Ono’s celebratory installation “Wish Tree for Washington, D.C.,” an interactive artwork in which museum visitors tie their handwritten wishes to the tree’s branches, with a complementary series of Ono’s iconic installations and performances. The “Wish Tree” will open to the public Saturday, June 17, alongside the Washington debut of “My Mommy Is Beautiful,” a participatory large-scale artwork that invites visitors to leave memories, photographs and thoughts about their mothers, as well as an installation of the germinal video “Sky TV for Washington, D.C.” The focus will culminate in September with a daylong concert featuring Ono’s music. 

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Jennifer Joy,, +1 212 202 3402