Gallery Talk – Noguchi’s Sesshū
The recently conserved “Sesshū” (1958) by Isamu Noguchi exemplifies the Japanese American artist’s commitment to synthesizing disparate cultures through his work. Curator Patricia Hickson shares insights about Noguchi’s work.
Free with admission. Meet at the Museum Shop.
Image: Isamu Noguchi, “Sesshū”, 1958. Aluminum, 99 x 45.5 in. Gift of an Anonymous donor.