An upcoming exhibition will feature collages by Buddhist teacher and writer Stephen Batchelor, who has been making collages from found materials since 1995.
Tokyo National Museum Digitalizes Masterpieces of Buddhist Art
An interactive digital gallery at the Tokyo National Museum offers a new way to view masterpieces of Japanese Buddhist art
New Retrospective of Mayumi Oda’s Work Stuns at Tibet House
The artist’s larger-than-life paintings exude female power
A New Monument Addresses the Erasure of Japanese American Incarceration
The Irei: National Monument for the WWII Japanese American Incarceration aims to remember and repair the racial karma of America.
Inside Sutra and Bible at the Japanese American Museum in Los Angeles
The exhibit reminds us of the power of religion, faith, ritual, and community
‘Beats and Buddhas’: A New Exhibit Features Art from Allen Ginsberg and Gonkar Gyatso
Both artists use humor and irony to explore the intersection of the mundane and the spiritual.
New Exhibit Tells Life Story of Tibetan Contemporary Artist Rabkar Wangchuk
Mystery of Life is the artist’s first solo exhibit
The Work of Bodhisattvas
Healing Practices: Stories from Himalayan Americans opens at the Rubin Museum
Climate Activist Wynn Bruce’s Self-Immolation Raises Questions Within and Beyond the Buddhist Community
The practicing Buddhist set fire to himself in an apparent protest of climate change. Plus, Myanmar’s military sentences Aung San Suu Kyi to five more years in prison and kills civilians, including a Buddhist monk.
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