There's always an obsession with hype in New York City, but sometimes we forget the smaller gems tucked away in corners we never visit. One of these gems is the Noguchi Museum. Opened in 1985, the Noguchi Museum is a curation of what Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi saw as a well-rounded representation of his work. The open architecture invites visitors to really enter the presence of his larger than life sculptures. Natural light floods every room, and the quiet nature of this space encourages a meditative mind and state.

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