Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi via Yamabato
Hoguchi's workshop in a small Japanese town famous for its stone masons
Noguchi via Carex
Noguchi via Carex
Noguchi via Vivre!
Noguchi's Big Red Cube
Noguchi and his wife via Carex
Noguchi via Mondoblogo
Noguchi via Carex
Noguchi's studio 1947 via Carex
Noguchi Museum on Long Island via Carex
Born in Los Angeles but raised partially in Japan, Japanese American artist and landscape architect, Isamu Noguchi (1904 - 1988) is best known for his sculpture and his iconic paper lamps and furniture he designed for Herman Miller. Noguchi believed that the sculptor's task is "to shape space, to give it order and meaning." Isamu means "courage" and he was certainly a courageous artist--

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