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Lions Roar : November 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2008 78 scholar who has devoted more than four decades to collecting and reprinting Ti- betan texts held in the exile community and other Tibetan-speaking communi- ties. Smith, an éminence grise and living treasure in the world of Tibetan texts, is impressed by what the Rubins have ac- complished. Tibetan Buddhism, Smith says, is “the most mystical, esoteric form of Buddhism. Shelley and Donald are not Buddhists, and their commitment to creating a public institution around the art is quite amazing. That kind of magnanimity is pretty rare.” “ The Rubin Museum of Art is a won- derful contribution to New York cultural life,” says Alexandra Munroe, senior cu- rator of Asian art at the Guggenheim Museum. “ They have managed, through imaginative programming, to engage contemporary-art audiences with highly (ITEMNO.65461)COLLECTIONOFTHERUBINMUSEUMOFART(ACC.#C2005.16.38) NOV 74-83.indd 78 NOV 74-83.indd 78 9/1/08 12:23:56 PM 9/1/08 12:23:56 PM