The Noguchi Museum Archives
The Noguchi Museum’s Archives on the life and work of Isamu Noguchi are comprised of Noguchi’s manuscripts, correspondence, exhibition and project records, press clippings, architectural drawings and plans, as well as objects and artifacts that Noguchi collected during his travels throughout his lifetime.
The Archives house a vast photography collection of over 28,000 images dating from the early 1900s through the present day. Photographs depict Noguchi’s artworks, exhibitions, studios, portraits, and travels in multiple formats.
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The Archives are accessible by appointment only. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Allow 2 to 4 weeks advance notice for appointments.
Thanks to lead support from the Henry Luce Foundation, Isamu Noguchi’s extant archival holdings have been fully catalogued and are nearly completely digitized. A wide range of these materials will be publicly accessible to browse on this website forthcoming in late 2019.