The Japanese-American Noguchi understood that some of the most important art lived outside the confines of a traditional museum, often blending seamlessly with its environment and interacting with the individuals in its presence. He explored this idea through furniture design, public sculpture, and commissions like Playscape.
Playscapes, Piedmont Park
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