WAR IS OVER (If You Want It) is a new component of the popular touring exhibition, Give Peace A Chance: John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-In for Peace, curated by Joan Athey of Victoria, B.C., circulated by ArtVision Exhibitions, LLC. The expanded exhibition debuts October 9 at the Lake County Discovery Museum, Chicago, Illinois to celebrate Lennon’s 70th birthday. The exhibit runs through January 2, 2011.

Through an amazing synchronicity, Athey discovered Kosh, the renowned documentary filmmaker living in Los Angeles. His pedigree as a designer of album and CD covers for a panoply of the biggest rock bands in history is legendary. As a multi-Grammy® award-winner, he has seen it all and done it all. According to Kosh, working with John Lennon was the adventure of a lifetime. His candid recollections of the years he worked with Lennon and his pivotal role in the WAR IS OVER campaign is described in images and an essay to be mounted for the public for the first time at the upcoming exhibition at the Lake County Discovery Museum.