Avalokiteshvara has undergone many transformations over the centuries, but their purpose remains the same — to help humanity with compassion and mercy.
In 1952 composer John Cage shook the music world with his most radical composition to date: 4’33”, known unofficially as “the silent piece.” Kay Larson explores its Zen-inspired lessons in her new book, Where the Heart Beats.
Chinese soldiers, stir-fried scriptures, and Shrek—they’re all part of a provocative new exhibition that’s giving voice to contemporary Tibetan artists.
Kay Larson reviews “Grain of Emptiness”, an exhibition at the Rubin Museum of Art.
The story of Merce Cunningham and John Cage – how a chance encounter turned into a beautiful artistic partnership.
Kay Larson travels to McLeod Ganj in northern India for a firsthand look at the challenges facing this Tibetan exile community.