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Religion in NYC museums, current exhibits

MOBIA, Brooklyn Museum and Rubin Museum feature religion this month.

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Preacher. By Charles White, 1972

Preacher. By Charles White, 1972

Charles White's "Preacher" is part of the exhibit Ashe to Amen. African Americans and Biblical imagery at MOBIA until May 26, 2013, Broadway & 61st St., Manhattan.

Welcome to Our Peace World. By Johannes Mashege Sengogela, 1993.

Welcome to Our Peace World. By Johannes Mashege Sengogela, 1993.

Sengogela's diorama is a meditation on spiritual resources available for the transition from apartheid in South Africa. It can be seen in the exhibit African Innovations at the Brooklyn Museum. This permanent exhibit is the first time the museum has displayed its extensive collection of African art in chronological order.

Living Shrine of Uyghur China

Living Shrine of Uyghur China. Photo by Lisa Ross

Exhibit Living Shrines of Uyghur China at the Rubin Museum, 150 W 17th St, Manhattan. Special talks and tours during Asia Week, March 15-23, 2013.

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