Once known for being an epicenter of the manufacturing industry, Long Island City was rezoned as a residential neighborhood in 2001 — causing the area to undergo significant gentrification as new developments such as Hunter’s South Point were erected. Today, Long Island City is known for its stunning waterfront and thriving arts community — being home to MOMA PS1, the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Museum, and Culture Lab LIC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the development of art in Western Queens.
The Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi made his way back into the spotlight recently, with the addition of one of his
Apart from what is on display in the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, there are only five other works
The Modernist, Brown Brothers Harriman building in Lower Manhattan, noted for its plaza and tilted Red Cube by Isamu Noguchi, is now under threat.
In honor of Isamu Noguchi and the anniversary of the 1942 executive order for Japanese internment, here is a guide to Noguchi works you can discover in NYC.
The new Noguchi Museum exhibit Self-Interned displays pieces inspired from Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi's voluntary internment into the Poston camp.
At 140 Broadway in Lower Manhattan, Isamu Noguchi's Red Cube stands out prominently against the backdrop of the soaring Brown Brothers Harriman high rise.
These 10 exhibits to check out in January will bring you to The Noguchi Museum to Cooper Hewitt & the Museum of the City of New York and the 2nd Ave Subway.
Take a look at 10 corporate lobbies in NYC that display a wide variety of wonderful and unique pieces of art to liven up the dreary, impersonal atmosphere.
Twenty permanent art installations situated along the southern tip of Manhattan from The Battery, through Battery City Park, to Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.