Establishing the Latin American Art Department was one of the late Peter Marzio's greatest achievements during his nearly three decade tenure as director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Sure, Marzio accomplished innumerable things for the museum, not least among them bringing in the Caroline Wiess Law bequest of $400 million — believed to be the largest cash gift to an American museum — and while it's tough to do good programming without money, money doesn't mean a lot if you don't have... More >>>