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Isamu Noguchi works in his Studio (Atelier), California, USA 1947.  Photo by Eliot Elisofon  Isamu Noguchi: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isamu_Noguchi  Eliot Elisofon: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliot_Elisofon

de-salva: Isamu Noguchi works in his Studio (Atelier), California, USA Photo by Eliot Elisofon

Photograph of Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village New York, ca. 1945. Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since 1960, is shown as a work in progress. Photographer unknown The Noguchi Museum Archive

Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village / circa 1945 / Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since is shown as a work in progress / The Noguchi Museum Archive

Actual Lesson: The smARTteacher Resource: Expressive Sculpture

subtractive abstract sculpture that represents an emotion. Focus was on creating a sense of movement by manipulating form, and expressing an emotion through the use of color.

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Isamu Noguchi in his studio at 33 MacDougal Alley New York City July 1947 (photo Arnold Newman) View of the studio courtyard.

Isamu Noguchi, Arnold Newman

Japanese American artist, designer and landscape architect, Isamu Noguchi – photographed in 1947 by Arnold Newman.

Noguchi in his studio on MacDougal Alley, a cul-de-sac in New York’s West Village, where he lived from 1942 to 1949. Photo by Eliot Elisofon

Making Sense of Isamu Noguchi

Renowned biographer Hayden Herrera discusses her newest book, which explores the fascinating life of one of the century's most iconic artists.

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