Isamu noguchi

Isamu Noguchi, Lunar Landscape,1943-44 on ArtStack #isamu-noguchi #art

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Pigeon, 1985-Isamu Noguchi, Photo Kevin Noble, The Noguchi Museum Archive

noguchimuseum: “ Isamu Noguchi, Pigeon, Bronze plate (private collection) Photo by Kevin Noble The Noguchi Museum Archive ”

Isamu Noguchi, Playground designs (Modernist playscapes, swingsets and roundabouts), c. 1939-1985

Isamu Noguchi, Playground designs (Modernist playscapes, swingsets and…

Noguchi’s Energy Void, photographed in 1971 at the Noguchi Museum in Japan, was originally commissioned for the famed sculpture garden at PepsiCo’s corporate headquarters in Purchase, New York. Herrera writes that Noguchi thought “it was possibly the best sculpture he had ever made,” so he kept it and created a different version for PepsiCo. Photo by Michio Noguchi.

Making Sense of Isamu Noguchi

Noguchi’s Energy Void, photographed in 1971 at the Noguchi Museum in Japan, was originally commissioned for the famed sculpture garden at PepsiCo’s corporate headquarters in Purchase, New York. Herrera writes that Noguchi thought “it was possibly the best

Swings and roundabouts: playground equipment by Isamu Noguchi-

midcenturymodernfreak: “(Top) The Saul Bass Playground model is from a 1961 Graphis issue (Bottom 2 photos) 1952 Isamu Noguchi’s Playground Proposal for UN’s New York Headquarters. Breaking out of the jungle gym and swing structures, the playground.

Isamu Noguchi  1904 - 1988  UNTITLED  incised with the artist's initials and date '58  marble with wood base  Sculpture: 16 1/2 by 6 1/2 by 3 3/4 in. 41.9 by 16.5 by 9.5 cm.  Base: 3 3/4 by 7 1/2 by 6 in. 9.5 by 19.1 by 15.2 cm.

larameeee: “ Isamu Noguchi 1904 - 1988 UNTITLED incised with the artist’s initials and date marble with wood base Sculpture: 16 by 6 by 3 in. Base: 3 by

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