Jul 30, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from Stonehenge, ca. 1955.
You can almost hear the stonecarver’s brain whirring…
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from Stonehenge, ca. 1955.

You can almost hear the stonecarver’s brain whirring…

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Jul 29, 2014
Photograph of Isamu Noguchi’s The Well (1982) and To Darkness (1965-66) installed in his garden, Long Island City, New York, ca. mid- 1980s.
Photo by Michio Noguchi
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Photograph of Isamu Noguchi’s The Well (1982) and To Darkness (1965-66) installed in his garden, Long Island City, New York, ca. mid- 1980s.

Photo by Michio Noguchi

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Jul 28, 2014
Isamu Noguchi, Mrs. White (Shiro fujin), 1952, Shigaraki stoneware
Photo by Kevin Noble
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Isamu Noguchi, Mrs. White (Shiro fujin), 1952, Shigaraki stoneware

Photo by Kevin Noble

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Jul 28, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of his ceramic sculpture Mrs. White & other ceramics after the kiln, Kamakura, 1952
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of his ceramic sculpture Mrs. White & other ceramics after the kiln, Kamakura, 1952

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Jul 24, 2014
Isamu Noguchi, Root and Stem, 1982- 83, Hot-dipped galvanized steel, edition of 18 fabricated by Gemini G.E.L. 
Photo by Kevin Noble
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Isamu Noguchi, Root and Stem, 1982- 83, Hot-dipped galvanized steel, edition of 18 fabricated by Gemini G.E.L. 

Photo by Kevin Noble

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Jul 23, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from his travels throughout Indonesia, 1949.
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from his travels throughout Indonesia, 1949.

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Jul 22, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of his basalt sculpture Brilliance at his studio in Mure, Japan, ca. 1982.
"I attack the stone with violence. Is this to tame it or to awaken myself?: To fulfill the potential in the stone I seek a power to cope by any means. Destruction is then the road to creation. Brilliance is the result of lucky breaks, but certainly not chance.” - Isamu Noguchi, The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum (New York: Harry M. Abrams. Inc, 1987), p. 28.
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of his basalt sculpture Brilliance at his studio in Mure, Japan, ca. 1982.

"I attack the stone with violence. Is this to tame it or to awaken myself?: To fulfill the potential in the stone I seek a power to cope by any means. Destruction is then the road to creation. Brilliance is the result of lucky breaks, but certainly not chance.” - Isamu Noguchi, The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum (New York: Harry M. Abrams. Inc, 1987), p. 28.

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Jul 17, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of Hawa Mahal,Jaipur, November 1960
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi of Hawa Mahal,Jaipur, November 1960

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Jul 17, 2014
Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from a visit to India, 1971
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Photograph by Isamu Noguchi from a visit to India, 1971

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Jul 16, 2014
Isamu Noguchi, Untitled, 1978, basalt
Photo by Kevin Noble
Currently on display in “ Highlights from the Collection: Noguchi Archaic/Noguchi Modern”
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Isamu Noguchi, Untitled, 1978, basalt

Photo by Kevin Noble

Currently on display in “ Highlights from the Collection: Noguchi Archaic/Noguchi Modern”

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