Friday, July 17, 2020

Explore the Rubin Museum of Art’s collection online like never before

Explore our new online collection database

The Rubin Museum Online Collection Database

Browse hundreds of paintings, ritual objects, and more

During the pandemic, it's been difficult for our members and would-be-visitors to access the beautiful art from the Rubin Museum collection. That's why we're especially excited to announce our new online database!

The database lets you search high-quality images of hundreds of works from our permanent collection. Share objects with family and friends on social media and bookmark your favorite artworks to build your own "collection."

We will continue adding objects, with the goal of eventually publishing our entire collection of nearly 4,000 objects spanning more than 1,500 years.

Browse the Collection

Discover the new database


View paintings from the collection

View sculptures from the collection

Ritual Objects
View ritual objects from the collection

Currently on View
View objects on view at the Museum

New in the Rubin Care Package: Engage with Social Change

Earlier this year we launched our digital Care Package, filled with art and practices to help navigate our world. Our latest additions to the Care Package offer enriching perspectives on the social issues of our time and practices to engage with them in new ways.

We've also added fresh art, meditations, and more! Open up the Rubin Care Package to see the new additions.

Community Highlight: Asian American Federation

July is Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month, and the Asian American Federation (AAF) is dedicated to providing care that is rooted in communities and cultures of the Asian New Yorkers they serve.
AAF's recent events have provided space for nonprofit leaders, staff, and community members to gather to grapple with the pandemic, protests against police brutality, and the recent rise in anti-Asian hate through the lens of mental health and healing. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown, AAF has reached over 600 people through their mental health programs, including its Grief, Gratitude, and Courage Gatherings and Community Care workshops.

To learn more, follow AAF on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.