For over 40 years, Moke Mokotoff has studied and collected the art of South and Central Asia, including Tibetan art and ritual artifacts, ancient and imperial Chinese textiles, Indian and Nepalese art. He maintained a public gallery in New York from 1980 to 2003, and now deals privately in New York City and Hudson, NY. Moke is a certified appraiser. From 1995 to 2001 he served as the curator of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation's collections and created their Himalayan Art Resources website, which was the largest art "museum" on the web at the time. Moke is also the president of the Zangdokpalri Foundation, an NGO serving the needs of Buddhist communities in the Himalayas. Learn more about the Foundation's activities at www.zangdokpalri.org.


Notable Collections

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Brooklyn Museum, New York
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Newark Museum, New Jersey
James Coburn Collection, Los Angeles
Zimmerman Family Collection, New York
Polsky Collection, New York
Pan-Asian Collection (Christian Humann) New York
Dr Samuel Eilenberg Collection, New York and London
Alsdorf Collection, Winnetka Illinois
Douglas Dillon, New York
Heeramaneck Collection, New York
Berti Aschmann, Switzerland
James D. Burns, Seattle, Washington
Mr & Mrs John Gilmore Ford, Baltimore
Jack Lenor Larsen, New York
Mme Krishna Riboud, Paris
The Hon Nicolas Salgo, New York/Budapest