Imagine, if you will, Yoko Ono’s life had she not met John Lennon at the Indica Gallery in London in 1966. As the meet-cute story goes, the gallery was featuring Ono’s conceptual artwork, and Lennon was entranced by a piece titled “Ceiling Painting/Yes Painting.” It consisted of a ladder painted white, and at the top a magnifying glass through which one could read a tiny “YES.” Lennon climbed the rungs and was moved by the positive message of the work. And thus, a historic relationship began. At 33 years old, Ono was already a renowned artist.