Take a break from the blockbusters.
Houston museums should display some Houston art.
There are some fascinating objects in this wannabe blockbuster, but mainly it's a grab for crowds and cash.
Charles LeDray's small-scale objects tell stories at MFAH.
The MFAH hosts a masterfully curated show of works by 12 Korean artists.
The murder of peace activist Gregoris Lambrakis retold
South Centrals largest community garden grows vegetables and controversies
This MFAH exhibit features live shots of popular music's greatest contributors
This exhibit needs an editor, but it doesn't matter
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
MFAH screens a b-boy documentary
Collecting on the quick with the Chaney family
Trying to figure out how you’re going to eat until your next paycheck arrives? Us too. Here’s a snippet from a Wall Street Journal article that’s sure to make you feel better: “In a collision of the art boom, the wealth boom and the Baby Einstein approach to parenting, galleries and auction ... More >>
The MFAH shows Robert Chaney and family's contemporary Asian art collection
New Gallery brings out the good stuff for summer
Tonight at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, it's former first lady Barbara Bush's turn to pick her favorite flick for the Movies Houstonians Love series. Her choice: Life Is Beautiful, Roberto Benigni's touching tale of a father's efforts to shield his son from the grim horrors of the Holocaust. ... More >>
It's cat versus dog at the MFAH
The women of Gee's Bend deliver again
The MFAH's Mixed Media Series
"Beats of Basquiat"
At the MFAH and the HMNS, it's all about the bottom line
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston wants to take you out to the ball game
Can 33 artists from one man's collection sum up a continent?
An MFAH show and a crop of new galleries are redefining what Latino art is supposed to look like
Arshile Gorky changed his name, but he couldn't change his painful past
Students line up for geometry
Wingéd children soar above an unusual nativity scene
And so can you on Día de los Muertos at Mango's Cantina
Third Ward students chronicle the urban landscape