Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Noguchi part two

One last look at the interesting works of Isamu Noguchi at the Noguchi Museum in Queens. This part of the museum is partially open to the outdoors and though they are covered by a roof, the sculptures are somewhat exposed to the elements. It's a cool place!

5 comments:

Olivier said...

merci pour la visite, toujours très épuré comme style, j'aime beaucoup

RinBlft said...

Now these are interesting sculptures....beautiful and serene.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Interesting to see how parts of the sculpture oxidized, and others didn't.

the_plainsman said...

Appears Noguchi used interestingly shaped stones that were already weathered to some degree, then carved some away, leaving the original weathering in some places. They may look different in five or ten years and that seemed to be his idea.

Trotter said...

Hi Lori! Lovely museum!!

Would love to read your comment at my new blog Blogtrotter Two, now at the Art Deco District in South Beach! Enjoy and have a great week ahead!!!