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A major retrospective of the work of Isamu Noguchi is to open at the Design Museum in London this summer. The Japanese-American designer and sculptor, who worked with twentieth century icons including Ezra Pound, Brancusi and Buckminster Fuller, died in 1988. Among his landscape designs is the garden for the UNESCO complex in Paris. The exhibition, to be designed by American theatre designer Robert Wilson, opens on 20 July.

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