Online Resources


Resources available on this website may assist researchers and students wishing to learn more about Noguchi and his Museum.  The Biography and Timeline sections of this website provide a historical account of the life and work of Isamu Noguchi.  For additional information, the Read More section suggests biographies, monographs, and catalogues available in libraries and online.  Museum History provides an overview of the founding of the Museum.  For researchers wishing to learn more, please visit the Archives and Catalogue Raisonné sections of this website.

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External resources

These websites and online tools may provide additional information on Isamu Noguchi and his contemporaries.

The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum, Japan
Information about Noguchi's studio and Museum in Japan.

The Art Garden at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem
More information about The Billy Rose Art Garden designed by Noguchi in 1960-65 on a hill overlooking the city of Jerusalem.

The Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
A history and tour through the sculpture garden created by Noguchi in 1978-86.

PBS American Masters
A biography from the program's episode dedicated to Noguchi.

The Buckminster Fuller Institute
An important resource on Fuller’s ideas and inventions, and on design science.

The Martha Graham Center for Contemporary Dance
Information on the legendary choreographer and the home of her dance company.

The Herman Miller Company
A history of this innovative furniture company, for which Noguchi designed his classic glass-topped coffee table and other pieces of furniture in the 1940’s.

A timeline of designs from throughout the company's history.

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