Free admission (all visitors, all hours)
New York City public high school students with a valid ID and children under 12 are free.
One of the 13 galleries at the museum is devoted to Noguchi’s celebrated work in interior design. Noguchi most actively worked in this field during the 1940s, creating furniture and interiors that displayed the biomorphic imagery of his contemporary sculpture. After the Second World War Noguchi traveled to Japan, where in 1951 he created the first paper and bamboo Akari lamps. Noguchi continued to design new Akari models for the rest of his career.