Listening to stone the art and life of isamu noguchi hayden herrera on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a master of what he called the sculpturing of space isamu noguchi was a vital figure for modern public art. In listening to stone peter mausss tactile photographs of snows artistry are matched by the artisans quietly compelling prose in a voice as expressive as annie dillards and as informed as john mcphees snow demonstrates astonishing range as he touches on such subjects as geology philosophy and community. While listening to stone is a very inclusive tome regarding the prolific art works of noguchi i didnt connect with this artists life as well as i did with fridas it might be because noguchi was a very private man who was prone to seclusion and depression whereas frida lived her life out loud. If i could give listening to stone more stars i would this was an absolute pleasure to read dan snow writes about stone projects he as worked on as well as tools he uses and experiences he has had but really he writes about the experience of life. It could also be a space or a garden and earth could be a material for art from listening to stone the art and life of isamu noguchi by hayden herrera 2015 p 121 in the chapter a close embrace of the earth
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