Food is Family

The Story of Houston, Told Through Food

The new 'Food & Family' exhibit at the Heritage Society Museum Gallery dives deep into the dynamics that produced Houston's foodie culture.

10/05/2017 By Nandi Howard

Signs of the Times

Is the Future of Signs Behind Us?

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents an evolving look at a reemerging art form.

10/04/2017 By Anita Gomez

Black Box

Will You Follow Me Into the Dark?

Touch Box at the Lawndale Art Center explores sight, sound and touch with a participatory installation.

10/03/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Auto Demo

For a Limited Time: Fill Up on Art at the Corner of Bissonnet and Shepherd

Trey Duvall has turned an abandoned gas station into a fluorescent-lit thought experiment.

10/02/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Screen Time

Experience Digital Life Laid Bare at Guerrero-Projects

With Screaming at the Screen, Bogota-based Santiago Pinyol examines our digital accoutrements.

09/29/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Head Case

To Understand Telepathic Improvisation, You Must Use Your Brain

A new CAMH exhibit offers an offbeat multimedia experience that probes questions of complacency and activism.

09/22/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Gallery

Take a Look at Private Eye—If You Can Find It

A new gallery off the beaten path hosted a debut exhibition with colorful, authentic work.

08/17/2017 By Catalina Campos

Museum-Worthy Dresses

UPDATED: MFAH Goes Glam with Oscar de la Renta Exhibit this Fall

Ninety looks from the designer's storied six-decade career will be on display.

08/16/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Artistic License

What Does a Tapestry Sound Like?

A new Houston Center for Contemporary Craft exhibit considers the sonic qualities of visual art.

08/11/2017 By Cara Maines

No You Can't /Yes I Can

How Does a Relationship Affect Your Art?

In a refreshing move, one young artistic couple overshares on canvas instead of Instagram.

08/09/2017 By Hannah Lauritzen

Quick change

Listen to the Big Show: Slow Down

The annual juried exhibition, this year themed "Rate of Change," reminds us to take stock.

08/04/2017 By Julia Gsell

Bubble Gum Pop

How Does Art Reflect a Nation in Turmoil?

A new MFAH exhibit provides (some of) the answers from Iranian-born contemporary artists.

08/01/2017 By Chris Becker

For the children

For a Dose of Culture and Charity, Visit Archway Gallery

Archway Gallery's Ninth Annual Juried Exhibition benefits Casa de Esperanza de los Niños.

07/26/2017 By Julia Gsell

Missed Connections

Sculpture, Myth and Octopi Intersect at Guerrero-Projects

Mexican artist Miguel Ángel Madrigal explores the power of human connection in a bizarre and thrilling exhibition.

07/24/2017 By Catalina Campos

Making an Impression

'Printmaking' Sounds Boring; A New Exhibition Says Otherwise

The Cindy Lisica Gallery in Montrose debuts an international printmaking exhibition with works experimenting with mixed media and even Instagram data.

07/14/2017 By Julia Gsell

Meet Gus (while you can)

HMNS Shows Off Antarctic Wonders... While They Last

Gus the penguin is enjoying his time in Houston, but we're worried about the future of his home continent.

07/11/2017 By Hannah Lauritzen

Mexicanidad

Mexican Modernism Arrives at the MFAH For a Necessary Exhibit

“Paint the Revolution” is a love letter to Mexican culture featuring works from masters such as Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.

07/10/2017 By Catalina Campos

For Young and Old

Migrant Mother Heads to the Houston Suburbs

A Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts summer exhibit features one of the most famous photographs in American history.

07/05/2017 By Julia Gsell

Dream Team

Galleries Can Be Intimidating. Artists Austin Eddy and Benjamin Edmiston Suggest That Can Change

A new David Shelton Gallery exhibition features smart, public-facing work from a collaborative duo.

06/16/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Think of the 'gram!

Touch, See and Hear the Mind-Bending New MFAH Exhibit from an Artist Who Inspired Beyoncé

“Your first impression walking in will be you’ve gone to the best disco you’ve ever gone to.”

06/12/2017 By Chris Becker