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ISAMU NOGUCHI: TWO VIEWS

November 17, 2004, marks the centennial of Isamu Noguchi’s birth—an event being celebrated with the renovation of New York’s Noguchi Museum, a sculpture retrospective now on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and even the release of postage stamps. For the occasion, art historian ANNE M. WAGNER reconsiders the political implications of Noguchi’s work, while artist JOSIAH MCELHENY turns to Noguchi’s prescient shuttling between the worlds of art and design.

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