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A female dancer once described celebrity sculptor and designer Isamu Noguchi as having “a lost, faraway look that was irresistible.” Rendering the man behind the look is the aim of Hayden Herrera’s new biography, “Listening to Stone: The art and life of Isamu Noguchi.”

A tale of ceaseless departures, it shows the artist as a nomad torn between cultures, his vast range of styles reflecting a quest for belonging and his fight against, “the disaster of time.”

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