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150 West 17th Street
New York 10011
between 6th & 7th Avenues

(212) 620 5000
rubinmuseum.org


HOURS:
Thurs, Sat & Sun 11am-5pm
Thurs 10am-11am senior and high risk hours
Fri 11am-10pm (free admission 6-10pm)

Timed entry tickets


ADMISSION:
$19 Adults
$14 Seniors, Students, Visitors with disabilities
Children (12 and under) and members free

Current Exhibitions

Gateway to Himalayan Art

June 11, 2021–June 4, 2023
Gateway to Himalayan Art, curated by Elena Pakhoutova, introduces viewers to the main forms, concepts, meanings, and traditions of Himalayan art represented in the Rubin Museum collection.

Shrine Room Projects

ROHINI DEVASHER/PALDEN WEINREB
November 12, 2021-October 30, 2023

In dialogue with the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room at the center of the gallery, Shrine Room Projects is an exhibition series that features contemporary artists who reinterpret traditional and religious iconography. For Shrine Room Projects, Rohini Devasher (b. 1978, New Delhi) presents a two-channel video installation, 300 Km or the Apparent Movement of the Sun (2020), a powerful visual meditation on the observation of the sun moving across the sky. Palden Weinreb (b. 1982, New York) presents two mixed-media works created in wax and illuminated by LED lights, Offerings (2014) and Untitled (Stupa) (2013).

Masterworks: A Journey Through Himalayan Art

January 29, 2021 – January 8, 2024
This regularly changing exhibition at the Rubin explores major strands in the development of Himalayan art, covering a period of over one thousand years and featuring objects drawn primarily from the Rubin Museum’s collection.

Healing Practices: Stories from Himalayan Americans

March 18, 2022–January 16, 2023
Healing Practices: Stories from Himalayan Americans presents the diverse ways that Tibetan Buddhist artworks and practices have served as roadmaps to well-being, with over 25 objects from the Rubin Museum’s collection set alongside personal stories and experiences from Himalayan Americans. Centered around the themes of prevention, healing, and longevity, the exhibition highlights how these living traditions are transformed and adopted for today’s world, inspiring visitors to reflect on their own healing journeys.

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