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Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988) was among the most influential sculptors of the twentieth century. Noguchi was born in Los Angeles to an Irish-American teacher and editor and a Japanese poet. He was raised in Japan until, at age 18, he was sent back to the United States to study. In 1926 Noguchi won one of the first Guggenheim fellowships and travelled to Paris, where he worked for six months as a studio assistant to sculptor Constantin Brancusi. In addition to his sculptural work, he created furniture and lighting for the Herman Miller Company, designed sets for choreographers Martha Graham and George Balanchine and collaborated with architect Louis I. Kahn, among others.

Books by Isamu Noguchi
A Sculptor’s World
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