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Isamu Noguchi: Variations at Pace Gallery

Friday, February 20, 2015 - Saturday, March 21, 2015

Drawn from the holdings of the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum and curated in collaboration with the artist's last and most important dealers, Arne Glimcher and Susan Dunne of Pace Gallery, the exhibition addresses the artist's category-defying range as a world shaper. It will include one of his most significant sets for Martha Graham, Herodiade; an iconic piece of patented play sculpture, Octetra; and sculpture, drawings, functional designs and Akari light sculptures created between 1928, the year he left Brancusi’s studio, and 1988, the year of Noguchi’s death.

 

Images: 

Mirror, 1994, bronze

Ding Dong Bat, 1968, white statuary marble, pink Portugese marble

Paris Abstraction, 1928, gouache on paper