Yoko Ono, never one to bend to the rules of societal convention, has got this old-age shit down to a science. Screw bridge club and Metamucil; this soon-to-be octogenarian is putting your grandma's ideas about the twilight years to shame. True to form, the famed conceptual artist/musician/fashion- ... More >>
The new Asia Society Texas Center is a work of art itself. The downstairs exhibition space is pretty good, too.
Houston ISD got some great news today -- it's been nominated once again as a finalist for the Broad Prize for Urban Education thanks to an increased African-American graduation rate, more African Americans and Hispanics taking Advanced Placement tests and a greater percentage than any other urban di ... More >>
Next week, German electronic-music pioneers Kraftwerk will perform eight of their albums in their entirety, from 1974's Autobahn through 2003's Tour de France, at New York City's Museum of Modern Art. The album that spawned the closest thing duo had to a "pop hit," the title track of 1977's Trans-Eu ... More >>
Radiohead Toyota Center March 3, 2012 Radiohead just doesn't add up. The band has effectively turned its back on the music business, pioneering alternative methods of distribution of its music to fans (most of it online), short-circuiting the traditional promotional apparatus by releasing last year ... More >>
The feminist artwork on view at the CAMH isn't as dated as it should be.
Photo by Mai PhamPilot Light Restaurant Group's Chef and Co-Owner, Terrence GallivanIf you haven't tried Terrence Gallivan's cuisine yet, it's probably because the somewhat elusive chef has only been cooking in Houston for short bursts of time. He did a one-month stint as part of the sold-out ... More >>
Over the past two years, Das Racist has been a Pitchfork favorite and highly revered for their witty, perhaps smarmy delivery of mostly historical and pop-culture references. The duo - trio if you include their hypeman, Dap, and quartet if you include their hypeman's hypeman, Lakutis - is com ... More >>
www.worldwidefred.com The Wine Monkey is the life of every Holiday partyWe all have at least one - that friend who is obsessed with everything food. Luckily, shopping for him doesn't have to break the bank. Here are ten options, all under $25. Gift that Keeps on Giving One of the best gifts ... More >>
Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to alleviate the Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care's crowded conditions while welcoming a loving, loyal, possibly slobber-ridden companion into your life. Attached are the photos of your primary targets. If you or any team member are caught or ... More >>
Artist Jill Moser speaks the language of simple abstraction
The Menils new chief curator debuts with a lecture on the Drawing Institute
An exhibit at the Menil shows familiar artists in a new way
The artworks in this Blaffer show may have nothing in common, but everyone's Asian!
A picture of our critics' opinions on local exhibits
It's all black and white with John Szarkowski
Hitting the streets with Montrose's craftiest taggers
The art of Bill Traylor and William Edmondson is powerful, no matter what we call it
Sicardi Gallery shows the optically kinetic art of Luis Tomasello
"Inverted Utopias" helps rewrite the story of modernism
Houston Ballet offers up two solemn dances -- and a wild one
If you want poetry, read a book
Never gone to New York? The MoMA comes to Houston
Luca Buvoli achieves liftoff in two flying exhibits
Keep it real at the MoMA exhibit
A gallery exhibit highlights the possibilities of that most neutral of colors
What's all the fuss about Hush?
The CAM comes up with a dynamic exploration of art on the edge
A new effort hopes to transform billboards into beauty, at least for a month
Of all the surrealists, Tanguy discovered the straightest path to the unconscious
Mel Ziegler's provocative installations suggest it's time to bury marketing-driven museums
"Outbound" recalls the best of the '90s with ten works that you may (literally) fall head over heels for
If you rearrange the furniture, do you become someone else?
March 18 - 24, 1999
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.
After all the hoopla, one has to ask: Is Cy Twombly worth it?
MFA's one-of-a-kind home loan program