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Rubin Museum of Art: Art of the Himalayas

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    artdaily.com Rubin Museum traces spread of stylistic and visual elements of religious iconography across asia

    A href= http://www.rmanyc.org target= _blank The Rubin Museum of Art /a presents From India East: Sculpture of Devotion from the Brooklyn Museum, Read article

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    artdaily.org Nagas: Hidden Hill People of India On View at the Rubin Museum of Art

    B NEW YORK.- /B The a href=http://www.rmanyc.org/ target= _blank Rubin Museum of Art /a presents today Nagas: Hidden Hill People of India. Indian Read article

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    jazzmuseuminharlem.org The Jazz Museum in Harlem

    Rubin Museum of Art 150 West 17th Street (corner of 7th Ave.) Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of the performance, and include admission to the Museum’s galleries. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 212.620.5000 ext. 344. Please visit www.rmanyc.org for further details. About RM... Read article

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    realitysandwich.com Nothing and Everything | Reality Sandwich

    “Ellen Pearlman has done the heroic work of bringing the extraordinarily powerful and radical ‘conjunct’ between Buddhism and the American avant-garde into intelligent scrutiny and focus.” —Anne Waldman, poet; co-founder and professor, The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa Univer... Read article

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    newyorker.com Rubin Museum of Art : The New Yorker

    Rubin Museum of Art Venue Phone: 212-620-5000 External URL: rmanyc.org To get more of The New Yorker's signature mix of politics, culture and the arts: Subscribe Now Newsletters This Week: Links to articles and Web-only features in your inbox every Monday. Cartoons: A weekly note from the New... Read article

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    pacific-standard.blogspot.com Pacific Standard: 1/3/10 - 1/10/10

    Visit the Rubin at rmanyc.org and read a review of the exhibition at nytimes.com . The group recently released two albums concurrently – Of Light and the self-titled Shabazz Palaces, and I recommend scooping both of them up from your local record store, from emusic, or directly from shabazzpalac... Read article

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    theworsthorse.com Theworsthorse.com: the Buddhist sub- and pop-culture site | “Home of the Dharma-Burger” » art

    Did you know Bugs Bunny traveled to Tibet? It’s true, NYC’s Rubin Museum of Art tells us by way of its Facebook feed , providing this classic comic book cover as proof… The Rubin offers us the opportunity to “learn more about how prevailing perceptions of Tibet and the visual narrative evolved ov... Read article

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    fiaf.org Talks and Conversations | Crossing the Line 2013

    Join us for an evening conversation with the legendary Berlin-based collective Rimini Protokoll. Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Executive Director of the Martin E. Segal Theater Center at CUNY, this talk will look at the highly individual performance work of artists Helgard Haug, Stegan Kaegi, an... Read article

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    nyc-arts.org Rubin Museum of Art: RMA Teens | NYC-ARTS

    Rubin Museum of Art: RMA Teens Connect with NYC-ARTS NYC-ARTS On the Go Participants get a behind-the-scenes look at how a museum operates, explore career paths in the arts, gain valuable public speaking and leadership skills, and get insider access to one of the best collections of Himalayan art... Read article

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    arterynyc.com ARTERYNYC.com | Sculpture | Articles

    In Art Market | Articles | Installation Art | Painting | Performance Art | Photography | Sculpture In Art Market | Featured News | Painting | Photography | Printmaking | Reviews | Sculpture In Articles | Drawing | Installation Art | Painting | Photography | Sculpture In Articles | Installation Ar... Read article

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    notreble.com Ron Carter performing in NYC with Helen Sung

    Rubin Museum of Art in New York City is hosting a performance with bass legend Ron Carter and pianist Helen Sung on February 6th, 2009 at 7pm. The performance is part of the museum’s 2009 Winter/Spring Harlem in the Himalayas Series. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door. Ron Carter perform... Read article

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    google.com Mahakala in the Form of a Brahman - Unknown - Google Cultural Institute

    The dark-brown central figure of Mahakala in the form of a Brahman ascetic (Brahmanarupa) blowing a horn is surrounded by four furies of different colors that appear to be dancing in the sky. This group of five is repeated four times around the central cave in a much smaller format, each in a cha... Read article

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    cryptomundo.com Cryptomundo » The Top 10 Cryptozoology Stories of 2008

    Others will make the journey to Africa looking for Mokele-Mbembe in 2009, and they will remember Norman and all the others who have gone before, in the continuing search for cryptids and new species. ^^^^^^^ *In the 1940s, the Scottish-born American zoologist Ivan T. Sanderson began using a word ... Read article

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    newyork.seriouseats.com Win The Rubin Museum's Guide to NYC Himalayan Food and Culture | Serious Eats : New York

    Get Your Copy The listings in the guide can be found on the Himalayan NYC website , but you can only get restaurant discounts from the printed guide. It's available free with the cost of admission at the Rubin Museum (though not during the free Friday night hours), but we're giving away five copi... Read article

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    fictionwritersreview.com Journal of the Week: Lapham's Quarterly | Fiction Writers Review

    Once reserved for museum specialists and distinguished British parishioners, the term now apparently stretches to apply to vintage-store pickers, fashion bloggers, and anyone using the taste-making websites Pinterest and Mulu. In a world with so much information and “noise” (another chronically o... Read article

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