The New York museum recently found itself in hot water over its holdings of two objects looted from Nepal, and there may be another contested work in its collection.
Itum Bahal is known as the oldest and most important Buddhist monastery in Nepal’s capital.
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One researcher, Jürgen Schick, estimated that over half of the region’s historical artworks have been stolen.
The 10-episode series features stories of transformation from 10 guests.
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As Princeton University Art Museum curator Zoe S. Kwok explains, the week ranks as “the most important annual event in Asian art outside of Asia.”
With The Lotus Effect, the Rubin Museum of Art invites participants to stop and recenter.
Learn to fold an origami lotus, inspire hope and transformation, and contribute your folded flower to an installation at the Rubin Museum of Art.
At the Rubin Museum of Art, Truth to Power spotlights Alam’s tireless documentation of over 40 years of struggle and change in his native Bangladesh.
The exhibition Clapping with Stones is a chilling reminder that the history of art is also the history of power.
Experience mind explorations, Vedic astrology, sound healing, flower mandala making, music and dance performances, and more at the Rubin’s fete on May 7.