The Tibet House Gallery showcases four to five contemporary exhibitions per year featuring painting, multi-media, sculpture, calligraphy, photography and more. Exhibitions have included works by Tibetan artists, as well as representative work from other Buddhist cultures – Mongolia, Korea, Japan, and others. The Gallery, situation in the heart of Manhattan, provides exposure and support for work inspired by Tibetan culture and all facets of its’ sacred arts, in order to actively engage the viewer with a contemporary understanding of the unique contribution this endangered culture offers to our world today.
The 2,000 square foot Gallery is open to the public and includes a traditional Tibetan shrine room, which is available to visitors for quiet contemplation and meditation.
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