At the Menil, Richard Serra masterfully uses simple materials to alter the world around us.
Update: We've been informed that Richard Serra's site-specific installation will be up for the duration of the exhibit (through June 10). Richard Serra is pretty famous, but even art know-it-alls may be unaware of his non-sculptural production, which is showcased in "Richard Serra Drawing: A Retro ... More >>
Artist Jill Moser speaks the language of simple abstraction
Pistolas y Corazón
Here Comes the Bride. Yawn.
The MFAH showcases autobiographical work by a Houston legend
The MFAH highlights 1980s art-world sensation Basquiat
Fall in love with Leonardo Drew's trash art
Artist Fred Wilson targets museums' use of human remains in a thought-provoking exhibit
Hecker's cartoons stretch from hope to despair
Which came first -- the artist or the designer?
In Dorothy Hood's paintings, dark was dark and light was light. The contrasts were often as stark in her life.
"Outbound" recalls the best of the '90s with ten works that you may (literally) fall head over heels for
Cold Sassy Tree
With the added gallery space, the MFA can dust off and display much of its extensive permanent collection
This Thomas Crown can't match the sizzle of the original
In school, Des Hoebig learned to play an instrument. Now, out in the shady world of big-money dealers, he's learning to buy one.
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.
An MFA show reveals that Degas' love wasn't limited to ballerinas
Martha Coolidge and Geena Davis are slow to develop the promise of Angie