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Lions Roar : November 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2006 64 Mingyur Rinpoche. “To the extent I have a teacher, he is my teacher,” she said. “I see him when he’s here, and he’s like many Tibetans, he’s very relaxed about that. He says you’re practicing all the time in your music. I’d like to think that, it would be an easy out for me. But in many ways my work is about trying to pay attention. It doesn’t feel like there’s that much difference.” The exhibition lineup includes artists with clearly stated affinities for Buddhism and renown in the closeted realms of contempo- rary art: Pat Steir, Arlene Shechet, Sanford Biggers, Dove Bradshaw, Kimsooja. Two Ti- betan-American painters are Losang Gyatso, with a “portrait” of the Dalai Lama’s foot in a flip-flop, standing on a mandala, and Tenzin Left: Terminus by Katarina Wong, 2005-2006. Mixed media installation. Below: Brief History of Tibet by Tenzing Rigdol, 2003. Acrylic on canvas. Opposite page: Bodies of Light by Bill Viola, 2006. Video diptych.