Free Mobile Guide on Bloomberg Connects
Explore The Noguchi Museum with our mobile guide on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. The mobile guide takes you behind the scenes at the Museum with exclusive multimedia perspectives from artists, curators, and more. Use the app to plan your visit, then easily access helpful insights on site. Afterward, dive deeper into your favorite works at home—or anywhere, anytime.
Search for or scroll to “Noguchi Museum” to start planning your visit. When you arrive, look for a Bloomberg Connects magnifying glass icon near your favorite artwork and enter the lookup number to learn more. And don’t forget to bring your headphones.
Featured on our Bloomberg Connects guide:
Explore the The Noguchi Museum’s permanent installation area-by-area in this series of video tours.
Explore the Collection
As the artist’s estate, the Museum holds the world’s largest and most extensive collection of Isamu Noguchi’s sculptures, drawings, models, and designs. Learn more about these works from Noguchi’s own writings from The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum (1987) and other sources.
Inspired by Isamu Noguchi’s affirmation of an individual’s experience with works of art, these stories from the Museum’s community reflect personal interpretations and different ways that art can be made relevant.
Learn more about Isamu Noguchi’s public spaces, including parks, playgrounds, and gardens, with exclusive new and archival video and audio clips.
Bloomberg Connects lets you explore more than 80 museums, galleries, sculpture parks, gardens, and cultural spaces around the world, all with one free download from the App Store or Google Play.
As part of this initiative, Bloomberg Philanthropies has generously supported the assessment, stabilization, and digitization of the Isamu Noguchi Archive’s Multimedia Collection. This trove of film footage, video, and audio recordings of Isamu Noguchi at work, giving lectures, visiting project sites, and more, comprises the final series within the artist’s archive which has been digitized and made accessible to the public in a multiyear project.