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22 West 15th Street
New York 10011
between 5th & 6th Avenues

(212) 807 0563
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We are pleased to announce new Gallery hours:
Wednesday-Sundays, 11am-4pm
Please check our ticket registration process and Covid policies prior to your arrival.
Admission to the Gallery is free of charge and a suggested donation of $20 is highly appreciated.

Programs both online and hybrid for 2022, please see our Calendar.

The Tibet House Gallery annually showcases quarterly contemporary exhibitions works by Tibetan artists, and representative work from other Buddhist cultures – Mongolia, Korea, Japan. The Gallery seeks to provide exposure and support for work inspired by Tibetan culture and all facets of its’ sacred arts, to actively engage the viewer with a contemporary understanding of the benefits 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, available for quiet contemplation and meditation.

Upcoming Exhibition

Sarasvati’s Gift: The Art & Life of a Modern Buddhist Revolutionary

November 4, 2022-February 10, 2023
Opening reception: November 4, 2022

Known as the “Matisse of Japan,” Mayumi Oda is a painter, environmental activist, and Buddhist practitioner whose life reflects both the brilliance and shadows of modernity. Sarasvati’s Gift explores her tremendous artistic talent and inspiration drawn from her Buddhist practice and her commitment to healing the planet.

"Sarasvati’s Gift, Mayumi Oda’s great gift—how wonderful to receive it in this beautiful, heartfelt, honest book. Sarasvati, the goddess of art, the Lady of the River of Beauty, is the cleansing divine flow of the waters of truth and beauty, and she emanates to heal and cleanse our stressed-out lives on our stricken planet through the undaunted art and golden heart of Mayumi Oda.” — Robert A.F. Thurman