A sculptor's world

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Steidl, 2004 - Art - 259 pages
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"In my long experience as an intimate witness of Noguchi's work, I believe that whatever the external entities of his coordinate translating may be, they represent a faithful manifest of the intellectual and harmonic being, Noguchi. In my estimation, the evoluting array and extraordinary breadth of his conceptioning realizations document a comprehensive artist without peer in our time." --R. Buckminster Fuller A Sculptor's Worldis the long-awaited reprint of Isamu Noguchi's 1968 autobiography. It remains Noguchi's most comprehensive statement about the art that brought him international acclaim. Told in words and images, A Sculptor's Worldis essential reading for anyone with an interest in the life and work of this seminal artist or a general interest in the art of sculpture. Also reprinted in this volume is the original foreword to the book by R. Buckminster Fuller, from which the above quote is taken.

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Contents

FOREWORD by R Buckminster Fuller 7
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THEATER
123
INTO LIVING
159
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Noguchi was the son of an American writer and a Japane

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