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

(212) 807 0563

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.

David Orr: Radiance + Reflection

April 7-July 17, 2022
This exhibition integrates two primary bodies of work which evoke interconnection and impermanence: Mandala Lunae, photographs of the moon, repeated and arranged in geometric patterns via digital reflection, and ILLUMINED, a series wherein photographs of sacred manuscripts, texts, and sūtras — from myriad traditions — have been reconfigured into purely visual forms. In both series, the visual modifications are key, transforming the original subjects into contemplative forms.