The Noguchi Museum


Saturday, November 13, 2004

Rumbling trucks and auto body shops aren't usually a sign that world class art is just around the corner. But sculptor Isamu Noguchi transformed the factory across the street from his studio in Queens, New York into a permanent home for his eclectic work of granite sculptures, elegantly designed coffee tables and iconic paper lamps. When the Noguchi Museum re-opened after a 3-year renovation, we sent Studio 360's Michele Siegel to explore.


Michele Siegel

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