Isamu Noguchi
Episode 190: Isamu Noguchi
Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca (CBS)
The Life and Work of the Japanese-American Sculptor Isamu Noguchi
AnOther Magazine
In Minds of: Isamu Noguchi
Plus Magazine
In a Warming World, Consider the Mist Garden
Bloomberg CityLab
Isamu Noguchi explored what it means to be a global citizen
The Economist
Let’s talk about Noguchi — a conversation between Christie’s Michael Jefferson and Dakin Hart of The Noguchi Foundation
The Aspen Art Museum Invited an Artist to Reimagine Its Gift Shop
Love from a Stone: How Isamu Noguchi Became a Sculptor and Visionary for the Ages
Explore Arne Glimcher’s Sprawling East Hampton Sculpture Garden
Architectural Digest
7 Sculpture Gardens that Merge Art With the Landscape
The New York Times
Isamu Noguchi On Reality As A Sculptural Experience
Improvised Life
This Renovated Stone House Hasn’t Lost Its Handmade Charm
Architectural Digest
The 12 Most Beautifully Designed Public Fountains
Architectural Digest
The unsung brilliance of Hart Plaza
Curbed Detroit
Navigating the new MoMA
Isamu Noguchi: Environments of Leisure
The Story Behind Isamu Noguchi’s Playscapes in Atlanta
Herman Miller / WHY Magazine
Play Mountain
99% Invisible
At the Haddon Heights Post Office, the work of a renowned sculptor has been hiding in plain sight
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Solange Knowles and Toyin Ojih Odutola Talk Sound, Art, and Architecture
The Japanese-American Artist Who Went to the Camps to Help
The New Yorker
Discovering Noguchi’s Lost Garden
Nina Katchadourian, ‘Sorted Books’ at The Noguchi Museum
Nina Katchadourian’s Eccentric Existentialism
The New York Times
Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan
Isamu Noguchi’s Creative Friendship With Saburo Hasegawa
How Noguchi and Hasegawa’s San Francisco story transformed Asian art and culture
San Francisco Chronicle
Changing and Unchanging Things: Two Artists in Postwar Japan
Art & Object
Isamu Noguchi and Saburo Hasegawa: A Friendship Nearly Lost to Art History
Noguchi-Hasegawa: A Midcentury Modern Friendship
Cultural Weekly
Noguchi & Hasegawa: the Two-Hander
The Bay Area Reporter
Win Tix: Asian Art Museum’s Inspiring New Exhibit: Noguchi & Hasegawa | SF
Funcheap SF
How a Friendship Between Isamu Noguchi and Saburo Hasegawa Helped Shape Midcentury Design
Asian Art Museum Presents Drawings, Prints, and Sculptures that Fuse East and West, Past and Present, from Midcentury Masters Noguchi and Hasegawa
New edgier exhibits find Bay Area museums confronting the world
The Mercury News
‘Noguchi and Hasegawa in postwar Japan’ at Asian Art Museum
The Rafu Shimpo
Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Museums
The San Francisco Examiner
Fall Preview: Bay Area Art Museums
The Bay Area Reporter
‘Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan’ Review: Beauty Without Borders
The Postwar Friendship Of Noguchi And Hasegawa Surveyed In New Exhibition
NYCxDesign 2019: 6 Spring Exhibitions Around Town
Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan at The Noguchi Museum, May 1 – July 14, 2019
Arts Summary
Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan
Time Out Tokyo
Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan
Tokyo Artbeat
‘Changing and Unchanging Things’ Opens at Yokohama Museum of Art