Noguchi Museum

Noguchi Museum

Top 1% of attractions in New York City
8 / 10

10 expert reviews

“In 1985 the Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904–88) transformed this former photo-engraving plant into a place to display his modernist and earlier works.”

– Fodor's

"No place in the city is more Zen than this marvelous indoor/outdoor garden museum showcasing the work of Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi." Full review
Lonely Planet
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"The art and the building here are the work of eponymous Japanese-American sculptor, furniture designer and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi, and both exude a Zen-like sensibility." Full review
Time Out
"The entire building was designed by Noguchi to be a meditative oasis amid its gritty, industrial setting. Ten galleries and a garden are populated with Noguchi’s sculptures." Full review
Not For Tourists
"Noguchi's converted factory studio with representative works and beautiful garden."
Travel + Leisure
"Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi built this intimate two-story museum in a converted industrial building in Long Island City in the mid-1980s." Full review
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