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Google Books== Most of the information on the Noguchi Museum pulled up on Google books were guidebooks however, some publications of my museum (many without ISBN numbers) were also generated through this search. Some of these publications are:

One publication which mentions the Noguchi Museum as an example of new museum practices is "The museum transformed: design and culture in the post-Pompidou age" but D. Davis.

DAVIS, D. (1990). The museum transformed: design and culture in the post-Pompidou age. New York, Abbeville Press

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