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  2. The Noguchi Museum

    www.noguchi.org

    Founded and designed by Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988), and committed to advancing the appreciation of his art and legacy.

  3. Collection - The Noguchi Museum

    www.noguchi.org/artworks

    As the artist’s estate, The Noguchi Museum holds the world’s largest and most extensive collection of Isamu Noguchi’s sculptures, drawings, models, and designs. Available to browse here are works from the Museum’s permanent collection, which consists primarily of works that Noguchi gave his Foundation in the creation of the Museum, and ...

  4. The Noguchi Museum Shop is a music-filled showroom for Isamu Noguchi’s Akari light sculptures and a sales space for artists and designers whose work embodies Noguchi’s legacy of craft and form.

  5. Biography - The Noguchi Museum

    www.noguchi.org/isamu-noguchi/biography

    The Noguchi Museum Archive. ©INFGM / ARS Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988) was one of the twentieth century’s most important and critically acclaimed sculptors. Through a lifetime of artistic experimentation, he created sculptures, gardens, furniture and lighting designs, ceramics, architecture, landscapes, and set designs.

  6. The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum 9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard) Long Island City, New York 11106. 718.204.7088 info@noguchi.org.

  7. Isamu Noguchi - Wikipedia

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    The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum is devoted to the preservation, documentation, presentation, and interpretation of the work of Isamu Noguchi. It is supported by a variety of public and private funding bodies. The US copyright representative for the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum is the Artists Rights Society.

  8. Akari Table Lamps – The Noguchi Museum

    shop.noguchi.org/collections/akari-table-lamps

    9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard) Long Island City, New York 11106 718.721.2308 | akari@noguchi.org

  9. Akari Light Sculptures – The Noguchi Museum

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    In 1951 Isamu Noguchi visited the town of Gifu, Japan, known for its manufacture of lanterns and umbrellas from mulberry bark paper and bamboo. Noguchi designed the first of his lamps that would be produced by the traditional Gifu methods of construction. He called these works Akari, a term meaning light as illuminatio

  10. The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum Japan

    www.isamunoguchi.or.jp/museum/museum.htm

    谷口吉生 (建築家) 幼い頃からの年長の友だったイサムさんは、酒田の土門拳記念館などでいっしょに仕事させてもらって、たいへん素敵なパートナーでもあった。

  11. The Sophisticated Caveman: When Underground Was Avant-Garde

    www.curbed.com/2022/11/mexico-cave-architecture...

    Review of “In Praise of Caves” at the Noguchi Museum in New York, devoted to the avant-garde cave-style architecture of Mexico in the 1950s and beyond.