Noguchi Museum Launches Digital Catalogue Raisonné of Artist’s Work

artwork: Isamu Noguchi - (1904-1988) - "Black Sun" - is a well respected Japanese-American sculptor who has created fountains and gardens which remain the focal points in some major cities.

LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y.- The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum (The Noguchi Museum) today—the 107th anniversary of the artist’s birth—launched The Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné, posting the first installment on the Museum’s website: An ongoing digital publication, the catalogue raisonné presents comprehensive information on all categories of Noguchi’s practice, encompassing sculptures, drawings, models, architectural spaces, stage sets, and manufactured designs, as well as a chronology, bibliography, and list of exhibitions. Access to the publication—one of the first catalogues raisonnés to be published digitally—is free of charge.