Looks at "The Age of Impressionism," "Georges Braque: A Retrospective," and more.
The new café at the Menil Collection seems like it's been in development forever. But recently we received some promising information that leads us to believe the café is, in fact, happening -- and soon! The press office for the Menil announced that the café will be housed in one of the 20th-cen ... More >>
Artist Luc Tuymans at the Menil is a better painter than curator of work done by himself and others.
The Menil Collection will soon be saying goodbye to the Byzantine Frescoes. Officials announced last fall that they would be returning the frescoes to their original home, the Orthodox Church of Cyprus, in March. The Menil will also be closing the doors to the Byzantine Fresco Chapel, which has been ... More >>
"Visionary" artists share their universe at The Menil Collection.
You can skip the Beer Can HouseSo, you've made it to town for the Final Four and you are shocked to find out there are no tumbleweeds, we all aren't walking around in 10-gallon hats and the area surrounding downtown and the medical center is not filled with strip malls and urban decay. Welcom ... More >>
Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman's daughter is honored for her own film accomplishments
Photo courtesy DeLuxe TheaterThe DeLuxe, back in the dayCity Council on Wednesday approved a contract with Smith & Company Architects for the renovation of the Fifth Ward's historic DeLuxe Theater. No opening date has been announced for the 59-year old building, which has sat dormant for over ... More >>
25 facts about Houston's biggest show
Logo courtesy HLS&RThe Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo is coming to town this week, the sign that spring can't be far behind.We've promised ourselves for weeks that we would never, ever succumb to the "25 Random Things" meme, or phenomenon, or whatever it is, but we have received in the ... More >>
The Menil showcases his singular vision and technique
Sister Dianna Ortiz and Bishop Medardo E. Gomez Soto discuss the effect winning the Rothko Chapels human rights award had on their lives
Otabenga Jones & Associates teach us a few things at the Menil
Robert Rauschenberg's irreverent cardboard sculptures are revered at the Menil
This Menil exhibition should be on permanent display
The CAMH remembers the work of a late Houston sculptor
After a half-century of effort, local African-American artists are emerging to the forefront of the arts, both in Houston and nationally
Houston's best politicos were not always the ones elected -- or the ones who stayed in office
Are Dominique de Menil's children radically changing her museum?
A tale of UFOs, art collectors and the shadows of history
November 19 - 25, 1998
Menil gives meaning to outsider art
April 9 - 15, 1998
Dominique de Menil did what she pleased. Thank God.
Lunch is more artful than dinner at trend-conscious Museum