Houston museums should display some Houston art.
Looks at "The Age of Impressionism," "Georges Braque: A Retrospective," and more.
There's good stuff here, but did we really need another round of the master's work?
The museum hosts a must-see exhibition of works by art pioneer Kurt Schwitters.
The form of a woman
The MFAH presents the work of Alice Neel, the grande dame of portraiture.
You've got just two days to see this exhibit
See what you can create with a little help from the sun
Houston's resident urban mannerist takes a hard look at life in black America
The German artist inspires a concert by Sarah Rothenberg and company
This exhibit needs an editor, but it doesn't matter
Anything for Art
It's cat versus dog at the MFAH
Blaffer Gallery unveils a show that would make Warhol proud
An MFAH show and a crop of new galleries are redefining what Latino art is supposed to look like
There's a new aesthetic in bloom at Redbud Gallery
Never gone to New York? The MoMA comes to Houston
James Rosenquist's workmanlike, old-school approach keeps coming up with new challenges
Through January 4
The Museum of Fine Arts tries to draw in the crowds with a "Season of Impressionism"
TSU's survey of 20th-century works shatters the stereotype of African-American art
More than just soup cans
Out of the Ordinary
The inaugural exhibit at TSU's University Museum is a testament to the power of one
Richard Willett's Triptych,
Dominique de Menil did what she pleased. Thank God.
In his 14 years as Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Peter Marzio has increased the MFA's endowment tenfold, tripled MFA Membership and gotten it started on a huge new home. He hasn't done badly for himself, either.