Three off-white paper lanterns – one huge and round, one tall with angular points, and one low...
“Space of Akari & Stone,” Yurakucho Art Forum, Tokyo, February 9–20, 1985. Photo: Shigeo Anzai. 02894 ©INFGM / ARS
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Seen and Unseen: From Paper to Stone

Thursday, July 23, 2020
2 pm–3:30 pm

Seen and Unseen is a monthly series of virtual tours for adults who are blind or have low vision, leading participants through interactive experiences with Isamu Noguchi’s art. Museum educators engage participants through verbal descriptions and conversation.

This month, the program explores the contrast between two important materials in Noguchi’s repertoire, paper and stone. Learn about Noguchi’s artistic choices and the attention he gave to the nature of the materials he worked with.

This free program will be offered remotely, accessible by Zoom link and dial-in phone number. Program times listed are EDT (Eastern Daylight Time).

This program is currently at capacity. To join the mailing list for upcoming Seen and Unseen tours, please email or call 718.204.7088 ext. 203.