HOME—So Different, So Appealing at MFAH
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HOME—So Different, So Appealing at MFAH

The breakthrough exhibition HOME—So Different, So Appealing, a seven-decade survey of works by Latin American…

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Lines, Lots of Lines: Degas at the MFAH
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Lines, Lots of Lines: Degas at the MFAH

Degas: A New Vision will end its only U.S. presentation at the Museum of Fine…

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Meditations on Love, Art, and Life: Yayoi Kusama at the MFAH
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Meditations on Love, Art, and Life: Yayoi Kusama at the MFAH

The name Yayoi Kusama often conjures images of polka-dots spreading out into the infinite, and…

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Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris
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Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris

Beginning in 1852 and continuing for more than two decades, the French emperor Napoleon III,…

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Jazz on Film Returns to the MFAH
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Jazz on Film Returns to the MFAH

Music is its own language. It has its own rules and processes of breaking those…

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Musings on Ballet’s Famous Faun
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Musings on Ballet’s Famous Faun

I'm thrilled to see Nancy Buirski's film Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil LeCercq screening at…

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Jan Banning: Bureaucratics
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Jan Banning: Bureaucratics

Documentary photographer Jan Banning’s current exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston began with…

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Performania
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Performania

Unpacking ‘Wolfe’ and ‘Watson’
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Unpacking ‘Wolfe’ and ‘Watson’

MFAH Examines West’s and Copley’s Masterpieces from Every Angle IMAGE ABOVE: Benjamin West, doctor The…

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