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View of the kitchen in Isamu Noguchi’s 10th Street studio, Long Island City, c. 1960s.
Isamu Noguchi’s 10th Street studio, Long Island City, c. 1960s. The Noguchi Museum Archive. ©INFGM / ARS

Capital Campaign

In April 2019, The Noguchi Museum announced plans to create a unified campus to better preserve Isamu Noguchi’s work and legacy while increasing public access to the collection and allowing the Museum to expand its roster of exhibitions and public programs. With the original Museum and sculpture garden established by the artist in 1985 at its core, the expanded campus will also include a new 6,000-square-foot building to house the Museum’s collection and archive, and Noguchi’s original 1959 studio building will be restored and open to the public for the first time.

Read our press release or the New York Times article to learn more.

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