Museum containing work from the famous Isamu Noguchi.
Collection of Noguchi's artworks and sculptures.
In February 2004, the museum was formally chartered as a museum, and granted 501(c)(3) public charity status.
The Noguchi Museum reopened to the public at its newly renovated space in June 2004.
The museum building continued to suffer from structural issues into the early 2000s and a second $8 million stabilization project was begun in September 2008.
The museum hired the Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop, an artists' collective, to use the wood to make benches, sculptures and other amenities in and around the building.