thenoguchimuseum: Isamu Noguchi’s 10th Street studio in Long Island City, New York, ca. 1969 Photograph by Margot Granitsas The Noguchi Museum Archives

thenoguchimuseum: “Isamu Noguchi’s Street studio in Long Island City, New York, ca. 1969 Photograph by Margot Granitsas The Noguchi Museum Archives ”

1,016 Likes, 15 Comments - The Noguchi Museum (@noguchimuseum) on Instagram: “Isamu Noguchi, 'The Footstep,' 1958. Mannari granite, pine. Inspired by Buddhapada (footprint of…”

Isamu Noguchi, 'The Footstep,' Mannari granite, pine. Inspired by Buddhapada (footprint of the Buddha) stones seen in India, this floor sculpture was at one time used as a stepping stone at the base of stairs in Noguchi's Long Island City studio and home.

thenoguchimuseum: “ Photograph of Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village New York, ca. 1945. Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since...

Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village / circa 1945 / Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since is shown as a work in progress / The Noguchi Museum Archive

isamu noguchi

Isamu Noguchi was a prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect whose artistic career spanned six decades. Known for his sculpture and public works, Noguchi also designed several.

Reality lies in the essence of things, and not their external forms. " - Brancusi  Noguchi later wrote that Brancusi's exhibition made him feel "that everything I had done in my work was false. It filled me with longing to seek after my own true identity." -Isamu Noguchi

Reality lies in the essence of things, and not their external forms. " - Brancusi Noguchi later wrote that Brancusi's exhibition m.

Isamu Noguchi Installation view of his solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store Tokyo 1950

Isamu Noguchi, Installation view of his solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo, 1950

Isamu Noguchi

Pace Gallery in collaboration with The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum is pleased to present Isamu Noguchi: Variations, an exhibition spanning two galleries that highlights the breadth of the artist’s work across materials and disciplin.

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