Imagine ~ if Yoko Ono did an MTA Art Mural on 72nd Street & Central Park West




yoko ono at 72nd street

……..And imagine if Yoko Ono created this mural in a subway station adjacent to The Dakota, where she shared her life with husband John Lennon from 1973 until his death, and where she still lives today.

The 72nd Street B/C Subway Station, undergoing a major renovation, just reopened with six mosaic panels spread throughout the station from 70th Street to 72nd Street, created by Yoko Ono.

Artist, Yoko Ono. Image via MTA Art & Design
Yoko Ono at the 72nd Street Entrance, Central Park West

The panels are aptly entitled Sky and include phrases within the clouds, like Imagine Peace and Dream and Remember Love. “It will bring the sky underground, so it’s always with us,” Yoko said in a statement. “I hope this will bring peace and joy to my fellow New Yorkers for many years to come.”

Alongside the Dakota, at 74th Street and Central Park West

Through MTA Arts and Design, the series of intricate ceramic mosaic murals of cloud-filled skies, was fabricated by Mosaic Art and Design.  “I’m thrilled that my new work, Sky, is at the 72nd Street Subway Station, just steps from my home and Strawberry Fields, which I created in memory of my late husband” said Ono.

The artwork of Yoko Ono throughout the #B/C train station on Central Park West from 70th Street to 72nd Street

Moving through the station, walking along the platform from 72nd Street, heading south toward 70th Street.

On the platform between 70th and 72nd Street, #B/C train on Central Park West

Midway along the platform between 70th and 72nd Streets ~ Remember Love.

#B/C at 70-72nd street

The 72nd Street B/C Station is one of the first to reopen after a major renovation which included structural repairs, LED lights, digital signage, and new seats. So clean……

#B/C Line get a whole new look!
Near 70th Street, #B/C train and CPW

We left the Station, crossed the street and walked over to Imagine and Strawberry Fields.


Take a look at Yoko Ono’s ‘Dream Together’ banners at The MET.