From August 10, 2016 to January 8, 2017, The Noguchi Museum held a solo exhibition of the work of Leah Raintree, entitled Another Land: After Noguchi.
With documentary photography already a constant in terms of the framing of Noguchi’s work, Raintree’s photographs propose another vantage for looking at his sculptures—one that engages the surfaces and material character of his work to recast them in a fictive light as celestial objects. This publication, which accompanied the exhibition, features 32 color plates, two essays, and an interview with the artist.
Texts by J. M. Bernstein, Jenny Dixon, Dakin Hart
Edited by Dakin Hart
Copyedited by Nicholas Weltyk
Interview with the artist by Matt Kirsch
Published by The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, 2016
Softcover. 109 pages, 11 x 7.75 in.