Opened in 2004, this six-story museum (once home to Barneys New York) houses Donald and Shelley Rubin’s impressive collection of Himalayan art and artifacts, as well as large-scale temporary exhibitions.
|Venue name:||The Rubin Museum of Art|
150 W 17th St
|Cross street:||at Seventh Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Thu 11am–5pm; Wed 11am–9pm; Fri 11am–10pm; Sat, Sun 11am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 18th St|
|Price:||$15, seniors and students $10, under 12 free. Fri 6–10pm free|
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"Faith and Empire: Art and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism"
The Rubin's new exhibition explores how art, religion and the occult influenced the coronation and reigns of Tibetan rulers from the 8th through 19th century. Boasting over 60 artifacts, the tour looks back on a little-known saga in history, during which...Until Monday July 15 2019
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“The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel”
Many of the most visually audacious and immersive exhibitions in NYC turn into selfie traps. The Rubin’s “Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel” is not that kind of show—or, at least, it asks you to be fully present and mindful instead of...Exhibitions Until Monday October 14 2019
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A really cool museum-it is one of the biggest collections of Tibetan and Buddhist art in the world. There were a lot of artifacts that I had never seen anything like in my life. The only cons for me are that it is in no way interactive or engaging and is very old-school museum inside. But the space is nice and you will definitely see a lot of beautiful art and artifacts.