Isamu Noguchi: Sculptural Design hardback monograph published by the Vitra Design Museum 1st Ed. 2001.
in a career that spanned six decades japanese american artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) produced a groundbreaking body of work that encompassed multiple disciplines to break down the barriers between sculptural art and functional design. The book celebrates this legacy by chronicling the exhibition of over 75 of noguchi's works into a series of dramatic installations conceptualized by renowned theater designer and artist robert wilson. this book includes Noguchi's portrait busts unique stone sculptures and set designs for the Martha Graham dance company as well as his iconic furniture designs and Akari lamps.
Fully illustrated with multiple essays and original insert. Shows minimal wear and considerably more expensive elsewhere. She's a must for any design fanatic.
10" x 11.25". 315 pages.
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