On now: “Must-See Week” allows you to purchase: 2-for-1 tickets to many NYC museums.
Until February 10th, save when you see exhibits at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), The Rubin Museum of Art, Cooper Hewitt, Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of the City of New York – and Staten Island’s Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art:
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art (at 338 Lighthouse Ave) preserves and exhibits the art and culture of Tibet to a world audience:
“In her lifetime, Jacques Marchais amassed a collection of over one thousand objects. The collection includes sculpture, ritual objects, musical instruments, thangkas or scroll paintings and furniture. The objects are primarily from Tibet, Nepal, northern China, and Mongolia, and a few items are from Southeast Asia. The Museum was chartered in 1945, the same year the first of the two buildings was completed. The collection has been on view to the public since the Museum’s official opening in 1947. The Museum maintains a permanent exhibition of more than 125 objects and presents rotating exhibits that highlight specific examples of Tibetan and Himalayan culture.”
A number of our galleries carry treasures from Mongolia, Tibet and Nepal- and more.
Stop by The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center and you’ll find items like:
Sino-Tibetan 18th Century Gilt Bronze Figure of Mahakala
Agor Tibetan Female Ear Ornament
A Tibetan Bronze Buddha on Lotus BaseWood carving of a seated Buddha, North China, Ming Dynasty. [P.M. Tung Arts | Gallery #61 | 212.308.7203 | email@example.com ]
Tribal Ethnic Gao Box
Mongolian Ritual Vase
Browse the collections of Phoenix Asian Art (Gallery #68) and P.M. Tung Arts (Gallery #61) – and many more – here.
We’re at 1050 2nd Avenue (at 56th Street) and are open 7 days a week, Monday to Saturday from 10:30AM to 6PM and Sunday noon – 6PM.