The Noguchi Museum
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The minimalist museum in Long Island City was designed and opened in 1985 by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi to house his own sculptures, designs, and drawings. It’s an industrial building turned gallery, and the interior garden has ivy-clad walls that set off Noguchi’s stone and metal sculptures. The effect is peaceful and serene. If you’re bringing kids, time your visit to catch one of their family programs, such as Art for Families and Art for Tots. Sundays, you can make art together with your kids.
The museum and institute for Japanese minimalist sculptor Isamu Noguchi. Also has a wonderful outdoor area for chilling. Meditative, simple, wonderful.
It's a bit of a trek to get here, but this calm, uncrowded and beautiful museum is my favorite in NYC, whether or not you're familiar with Noguchi's work. An under-appreciated gem, you can combine a visit here with the wonderful Socrates Sculpture Park nearby on the East River, with great Manhattan…
A very peaceful and understated museum celebrating the works of Isamu Noguchi and works that are in keeping with his aesthetic
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