This exhibit was installed on the second floor of the library in March 2013.
Art from the Himalayan Region
Rubin Museum Exhibit Catalogs at the John Jay College Library
The Rubin Museum donated catalogs for various exhibitions to the John Jay College Library. These catalogs can be borrowed from the library. Please find a listing, below:
The black hat eccentric: Artistic visions of the tenth Karmapa (2012)
by Karl Debreczeny with contributions from Ian A. Alsop, David P. Jackson, Irmgard Mengele. New York: Rubin Museum of Art.
Stacks N7349 .C539 A4 2012 Regular Loan
Bon, the magic word: The indigenous religion of Tibet (2007)
edited by Samten G. Karmay and Jeff Watt. New York: Rubin Museum of Art; London: Philip Wilson Publishers.
Stacks BQ7970.2 .B66 2007 Regular Loan
Demonic divine: Himalayan art and beyond (2004)
by Rob Linrothe and Jeff Watt; essays by Rob Linrothe and Marylin Rhie; foreword by Matthieu Ricard; contributions from Carly Busta. New York: Rubin Museum of Art; Chicago: Serindia Publications.
Stacks N8193 .H56 D46 2004 Regular Loan
Holy madness: Portraits of tantric siddhas (2006)
edited by Rob Linrothe with essays by Debra Diamond et al. and contributions from Kathryn Selig Brown and Caron Smith. New York: Rubin Museum of Art; Chicago: Serindia Publications.
Stacks N8193.3 .S53 H65 2006 Regular Loan
Mandala: Sacred circle in Tibetan Buddhism (2009)
by Martin Brauen; with contributions from Karl Debreczeny et al.. New York: Rubin Museum of Art; Stuttgart: Arnoldsche Art Publishers.
Stacks BQ5125 .M3 B7313 2009 Regular Loan
Mirror of the Buddha: Early portraits from Tibet (2011)
by David P. Jackson with contributions from Christian Luczanits. New York: Rubin Museum of Art.
Stacks ND1432 .T55 J33 2011 Regular Loan
The Nepalese legacy in Tibetan painting (2010)
by David P. Jackson. New York: Rubin Museum of Art.
Stacks ND1046 .T5 J27 2010 Regular Loan
Victorious ones: Jain images of perfection (2009)
by Phyllis Granoff. New York: Rubin Museum of Art; Ahmedabad: In association with Mapin; Ocean Township, NJ: Grantha.
Stacks N8199 .J34 V53 2009 Regular Loan
What is the Rubin Museum of Art?
Located in Manhattan, the Rubin Museum of Art houses a collection of paintings, sculptures and textiles from the Himalayas and neighboring regions including Bhutan, China, India, Mongolia, Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan. As part of its commitment to education and learning, the museum provides John Jay faculty and students with free admission. For more information about the museum please visit www.rmanyc.org.
How to find more resources through the library
For Books: Click on the Find books tab on the library’s homepage (www.lib.jjay.cuny.edu) and enter keywords such as “Tibet and Buddhism” or “Tibet and art”. For more instructions on finding books, visit http://bit.ly/Qq98c9.
For Articles: Click on the Find articles tab on the library’s homepage (www.lib.jjay.cuny.edu) and select databases such as Academic Search Complete, Gale Virtual Reference Library or JSTOR from the Shortcuts to popular databases dropdown menu.
In the database, enter keywords pertaining to your topic such as "Nepal and art". More information on finding articles »
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