James Turrell bends light to his fancy, deceiving and delighting our eyes at the same time.
Images of battles won and lost paint us all with the brush of brutality at a searing, resonating MFAH exhibit.
If last week's cafe review of Shepherd Park Draught House piqued your interest, then head over to Garden Oaks tomorrow for its Spring Fest Parking Lot Party. The party runs from noon to 9 p.m. and will feature beers from Karbach Brewing as well as music from outfits like '80s cover band DeLorean Ris ... More >>
See a retrospective of the recently crowned Oscar winner's screen work
Electric Purgatory screened almost two years ago at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, but Rocks Off still hasn't seen Houston director Raymond Gayle's film about the plight of the black rocker. We're gonna miss the next screening too - tonight at Domy Books - due to Thanksgiving travel, but we are ... More >>
The Korean photographer discusses his work as a reflection of his countrys radical transformation
Ten entries vie for your vote
Get ready for Bastille Day with Francophile flicks
Jean-Luc Godard's film is - and isn't - a tribute to The Big Sleep
That East Coast/West Coast thing was happening long before rappers
A rocks trip around the world
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston presents the first major museum exhibition of Korean modernist Suh Se-ok
This film documents how Hitler plundered museums and art collections
A picture of our opinions on local exhibitions
Antonionis look at love and death
The MFAH puts on a watershed exhibition of works by Ed Hill and Suzanne Bloom
The MFAH shamelessly hops in bed with the Houston Texans
The MFAH presents "Afghanistan: A Timeless History." What's next -- "Iraqis Are People Too"?
The Museum of Fine Arts tries to draw in the crowds with a "Season of Impressionism"