Yoko designed the environment for the opening night of an exhibit of John’s erotic lithographs, and upon entering, guests were required to remove their shoes. Taped to every inch of the gallery floor was bubble wrap that popped when you wiggled your toes.
It was a brilliant way to turn strangers into friends for an evening, and at one point I looked up from bubble popping into the face of giggling “Cabaret” star, Joel Gray, who was also popping bubbles with his toes.
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davidgarchey @ 2003-09-10 said:
airchild @ 2003-09-10 said:
Your pictures tell fascinating stories, Ronni. And WHAT history! I especially like this one. I look forward to viewing more of your photos.
natalie @ 2003-09-10 said:
....give peace a chance... RIP john ~ Rock on, Yoko.
zinetv @ 2003-09-11 said:
I`m beginning to feel really grizzled, in fact in my day they hadn`t even invented electricity. We had to watch television by candlelight.
bytefactory @ 2003-09-11 said:
wow Ronni!!! What an amazing moment that must have been.
arto @ 2003-09-13 said:
I must say that throughout several eras where there were many fashion victims (witness the poor fellow at upper right...who is that, Allen Klein?), your taste in clothes was excellent.
roomwithaview @ 2003-09-14 said:
EXCITING photo! This is a really tender picture of Yoko.