Randy Tibbits is an independent art writer and curator, specializing in the art history of Houston. He is a member of the Board of Directors of CASETA: Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art and the coordinator of HETAG: Houston Earlier Texas Art Group. He writes art exhibition reviews for Houston Press from time to time.
3 years ago | Bayou City
Sometimes these days it’s hard to remember that museums aren’t fashion houses,
3 years ago | Visual Arts
Some art forms, like this one, just don’t get no respect.
Visitors will travel the entire Menil campus to uncover this special collection of works.
Sometimes great expectations are realized. Not as often as we’d like, perhaps, but often enough to keep hope alive. Recently I went to see “Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, expecting to be bl...
Two new cutting-edge digital installations at MFAH have left our critic a bit skeptical.
The Menil Collection has just opened a nice little show of regional art. It follows another that opened in February, and yet a third (now closed) last November. And the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has a big regional show taking up one of its maj...