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Noguchi Museum: Miya Ando ‘Clouds’

Noguchi Museum: Miya Ando ‘Clouds’

This installation of two site-specific sculptures in the Museum’s indoor-outdoor gallery, consists of works suspended plate-glass sculptures internally etched with images of clouds, share Isamu Noguchi’s interest in sculpting ephemeral materials, and in using them to...
Noguchi Museum: ‘Akari: Sculpture by Other Means’

Noguchi Museum: ‘Akari: Sculpture by Other Means’

Noguchi’s electrified paper, bamboo, and metal Akari light sculptures have quietly become among the most ubiquitous sculptures on Earth. Their origins lie in 1951 when, on a trip to a still devastated post-war Japan, Noguchi was asked by the mayor of the small town of...

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