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Yoko Ono’s first permanent public art exhibit to open in Chicago

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CHICAGO -- Yoko Ono is unveiling her new artwork today in Jackson Park.

"Sky Landing" is Ono's first permanent art display in America.

It's located on East 60th Street on Wooded Island, between Lake Shore Drive and Cornell Drive.

It sits at the entrance of the "Garden of the Phoenix", a Japanese garden on the site of the "Phoenix Pavilion" that Japan gave Chicago during the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.

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