Noguchi Museum

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9-01 33rd Road
Long Island City, NY  11106

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: (718) 204-7088
Borough: Queens

 
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The Noguchi Museum was founded and designed by internationally renowned, Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904Ė1988) for the display of what he considered to be representative examples of his lifeís work. Opened in 1985, the Museum is housed in a converted industrial building, connected to a building and interior garden of Noguchiís design. Located in the vibrant neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens, the Museum is considered in itself to be one of the artistís greatest works.

Noguchi designed the Museum complex as an open-air sculpture garden ensconced within a building that houses ten galleries. Visitors enter the two-story, approximately 27,000-square-foot Museum through the celebrated sculpture garden. While the ground-floor galleries and garden contain a permanent presentation of work by the artist, selected from his own collection, since 2004, the Museum regularly presents temporary exhibitions that offer a rich, contextualized view of Noguchiís work in the upper galleries.

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