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Island (Still) LIfe

Interior Design July 2006

Island (Still) LIfe

Following a scouting trip to Honolulu, Ralph Pucci returned to New York and unveiled 'Tribute to Noguchi,' a collection of earthy hawaiian masterpieces, at Ralph Pucci International. The Showroom's Los Angeles outpost now offers a second chance to appreciate the simplicity and solidity of stone or wood sculptures by John Koga, Randall Shiroma, Lonny Timono, and Jeff Roth.

Concurrently on the walls photographer Franco Salmoragi displays his elegantly framed black-and-white Hawaiian landscapes dating from 1969 to the present.

John Koga's sliced Hawaiian lava stone (pictured left) was among sculptures now on view at Ralph Pucci's International Showroom in los Angeles.