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World Artists for Tibet: Human Rights Month Community Focus Gallery

Main Gallery Jul 24–Aug 31, 1998

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World Artists for Tibet, 1998, Installation view

This exhibition, organized by Bruria Finkel, called attention to the civil rights struggle in Tibet and included artworks by John Baldessari, Wallace Berman, Carl Chew, Bruria Finkel, Leon Golub, Noah Purifoy, and Nancy Spero. The Drepung Losling Monks, from one of Tibet’s most artistically prestigious monasteries, created a sand mandala at the Museum from July 28 to August 3. The gallery was open for meditation from noon to 1 p.m. each Saturday during the exhibition.