Spiral-shaped floor sculpture constructed of alternating pieces of red and black Spanish Alicante...
Isamu Noguchi, Downward Pulling #2, c. 1972.
Still from Tour of Area 7, Ager Meillier Films, 2020.

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Through the generosity of friends, The Noguchi Museum is able to preserve for future generations the unique experience that each visit brings—a rare opportunity to engage with the full breadth of Isamu Noguchi’s work and to explore how his vision and artistic production continue to inspire the world today. Your gift will provide much-needed unrestricted support, helping to make possible the Museum’s exhibitions, educational programs, and the care of its collection. 

The Noguchi Museum is a 501(c)(3) public charity and your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.


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Contributions may also be made over the phone by calling Melissa Gatz at 718.204.7088 ext 229, or by mail to:

The Noguchi Museum
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32-37 Vernon Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11106

Toshiko Takaezu Project Fund

On the centennial anniversary of the birth of artist Toshiko Takaezu (1922–2011), The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum officially announced its major 2024 project centered on her work and life. This will be the first nationally touring retrospective of Takaezu’s work in twenty years. To coincide with the exhibition, the Museum will co-publish a new monograph with Yale University Press. 

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Hiroko Murase Memorial Fund for Education Programs

In memory of its late trustee, the Museum has established the Hiroko Murase Memorial Fund for Education Programs, which supports its broad efforts to engage children and adults of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.

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Jenny Dixon Acquisitions Fund

In recognition of Jenny Dixon’s fifteen years of leadership and the transformation she brought to the Museum over her tenure, The Noguchi Museum has established the Jenny Dixon Acquisitions Fund, which enables the purchase of works that broaden the Museum’s collection.

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