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John Lennon's coveted piano, now owned by George Michael, will be on display at Dallas's Goss Gallery. This marks the first time the piano, with which Lennon composed the peace anthem "Imagine" in 1971, has left the United Kingdom. It will be available for public view at the Goss Gallery beginning December 5. An accompanying photography exhibition celebrating peace features the work of Don McCullin, Gabriele Basilico, and Tomas Munita. There will also be an image of the piano sitting on the famed "grassy knoll" in Dallas bordering Dealey Plaza, site of President Kennedy's assassination. It was taken by Chris Cuffaro on November 22, the anniversary of that event.
The Goss Gallery is owned by Kenny Goss, Michael's longtime partner. Goss and the gallery's curator, Filippo Tattoni-Marcozzi, handpicked the selections to be shown in the exhibition.
Six images of the piano by celebrity photographer Richard Young will be available through the gallery in a signed limited-edition print series. (The Advocate)
on display at Kenny Goss's gallery