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Tsoknyi Rinpoche in Oslo I (Karma Shedrup Ling)
09 Oct 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

Dharma Eye: A Unique Buddhist Photographer Collective This article was first published by Buddhist Door International, Sept. 19th, 2014 In fall 2007, in the company of Venerable Tsoknyi Rinpoche and a group of his students, photographer Michael Ash made a pilgrimage across Tibet to Mount Kailash, the sacred mountain in Western Tibet revered by Tibetan […]

‘Photography and Practice’ by Michael Ash

Approaching The View
18 Sep 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

“Photography and Practice” This article was first published by Buddhist Door International, Sept. 5th, 2014 In photography we are working with light.  Simple light.  That is if we are simple in our perception.  But how does that come to be? This is where Buddhist practice shines some light on the art of photography, and likewise […]

Dharma Eye and Buddhist Door

The Glimpse
02 Sep 2014 / in Dharma Eye News

DHARMA EYE NEWS: Dharma Eye has initiated a new collaboration with Hong Kong based Buddhistdoor International this month, contributing fortnightly articles from reflections on art and practice, photo essays, and travelogues by our artists to their long standing online Buddhist magazine site. To see their broad spectrum of features on the Buddhadharma, please visit their […]

The Beautiful Way Of Life

Buddha's blessing
20 Aug 2014 / in Dharma Eye News

We are pleased to announce that 6 of our photographers’ images will illustrate a new book called “The Beautiful Way of Life” on Shantideva’s ‘Way of the Bodhisattva’ to be released by Wisdom Publications next spring 2015! We rejoice that Dharma Eye‘s light can be dedicated to illuminate Shantideva’s classic 10 chapters on the way […]

‘Maestros’ Gallery Launch

14 Aug 2014 / in Dharma Eye News

We are offering a 5 day promo marking the launch of Olivier Adam’s new ‘MAESTROS’ gallery today, his return from India and Ladakh after photographing the Kalachakra Empowerments with HH Dalai Lama, and the opening of his ‘Nuns and Resistance’ in Hamburg later this evening in Germany. This new gallery features images of HH Dalai […]

Upcoming Photo Exhibit: Olivier Adam in Hamburg

07 Aug 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog, Dharma Eye News

Our beloved Dharma Eye photographer Olivier Adam‘s next exhibition – “Tibetan Nuns – Resistance and Compassion” – will open this August in Hamburg, Germany This extended exhibition opens 15th of August, 2014 through to 23rd of November 2014 at the prestigious Museum für Völkerkunde (Rothenbaumchaussee 64, 20148 Hamburg, Deutschland). This wonderful and impressive gallery will be […]

‘Intuitive Wisdom’
 by Victoria Knobloch

Victoria - Intuitive Wisdom 10
28 Jul 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

There is a deep connection between art and spirituality. I think without the artist consciously being aware of it, he/she often deals extensively with issues such as: the meaning of life, the question of impermanence or the arbitrariness of fate. Thus spiritual issues, so to say; things that can not be explained exclusively by ratio, […]

‘Meeting With Death’ by Tadas Juras

2_On the threshold
26 Jul 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

Meeting with Death [1] Meeting with death lets us look at our own life from its perspective. Why did I live, what did I do, what I was seeking for? What is the worth of everything I’ve achieved? What is going to happen to me now? And what is this “I”, who was living, seeking, […]

Interdependence: A Visual Feast Offering

Tara 37
03 Jul 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

The Dharma Eye Video: Interdependence Is A Beautiful Thing   A VISUAL FEAST OFFERING BY DHARMA EYE….  ENJOY!

On Art and Spirituality – Reflections by Tadas Juras

Forms and appearances (Primal state) - 17
14 Jun 2014 / in Dharma Eye Blog

In the earlier stages of history, religion and art were hardly separable things. It often was the case that one of them was content and the other form. Nowadays it seems that content went one way and form another way: they have become separate things. It seems that, in some cases, art became incompatible with […]