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Akari Light Sculpture (UF4-33N), 1984
Handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, metal frame
74 × 18 in
188 × 45.7 cm
$850
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New York
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Noguchi’s “light sculptures” draw on traditional Japanese lantern craft, made from washi paper …

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Noguchi’s “light sculptures” draw on traditional Japanese lantern craft, made from washi paper stretched across molded bamboo frames. The sculptor famously believed that akari (“weightless light”) was one of the three essentials to starting a home, the other two being a room and a tatami.

Noguchi Museum
New York
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Noguchi’s “light sculptures” draw on traditional Japanese lantern craft, made from washi paper …

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Noguchi’s “light sculptures” draw on traditional Japanese lantern craft, made from washi paper stretched across molded bamboo frames. The sculptor famously believed that akari (“weightless light”) was one of the three essentials to starting a home, the other two being a room and a tatami.

Noguchi Museum
New York
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$45 flat shipping fee to destinations within the continental US.

$45 flat shipping fee to destinations within the continental US.

Akari Light Sculpture (UF4-33N), 1984
Handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, metal frame
74 × 18 in
188 × 45.7 cm
$850
location
New York
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