Cautionary Tales

This HMNS Exhibit Details All the Ways You Could Die

Death by Natural Causes shows the many dangers hidden in everyday life.

04/24/2018 By Chris Gray

The Wanderer

Cristóbal Toral Arrives In Houston Right When We Needed Him

The Spanish artist has been tackling our immigration issues for half a century.

04/06/2018 By Morgan Kinney

painted history

You Can Now Grab A Painting of the 2017 Houston Astros

An MLB-sanctioned artist renders our World Series champions as fine art (with the results available for a fine-art price).

03/29/2018 By Josh Davis

Old Masters

Yes, Michelangelo Touched That, and That, and That...

Michelangelo and the Vatican, the latest MFAH exhibition, offers a breathtaking glimpse into the backstory of legendary Renaissance artworks.

03/15/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Lorde-approved

What It Feels Like To Be Indian Royalty

Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India is a new MFAH exhibit that explores the lives of Indian royals.

03/09/2018 By Josh Davis

Elements of Art

Unsatisfied with Old Scientific Answers, Kevin Jones Asks New Questions

The New Pollution at Rudolph Blume ArtScan Gallery interrogates the assumptions and blindspots of scientific orthodoxy.

03/06/2018 By Elizabeth Myong

Sandy Speaks

Remembering the Joy and Injustice of Sandra Bland

An HMAAC exhibit celebrates Bland's legacy while denouncing racial profiling by police.

02/23/2018 By Josh Watkins

Unboxed

See Three Decades of Houston Black History in Photos

Photographer Louise Martin chronicled everything from MLK to the Houston Freedom Riders and beyond.

02/21/2018 By Josh Davis Photography by Louise Martin

Melting Pot

What Does Discrimination Look Like?

A timely reminder of America's spotty record on immigrants and immigration arrives at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.

02/15/2018 By Kaylee Dusang

SOS

This Guy Has Probably Read Your Weird (or Sad) Message in a Bottle

Chad Pregrake brings his real-life message-in-a-bottle collection to the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

02/13/2018 By Josh Davis

Yieeeeee!!

Microcuentos Tell Big Stories at Lawndale Art Center

A new exhibition gathers the miniature comics popular in 1970s Mexico.

02/07/2018 By Elizabeth Myong

Einstein on the beach

Christopher Knowles: In a Word Offers An Intimate Look into an Impenetrable Mind

A new CAMH exhibition curates pieces of poetry, music, and painting of the celebrated artist.

12/18/2017 By Chris Becker

Decisions, Decisions

10 Day for Night Acts You're Sure to Love

We already know you're seeing Solange, so let us help you with the rest of your itinerary.

12/13/2017 By Morgan Kinney

In Rainbows

Reality is a Puzzle of Cardboard and Color

Chromatic Fantasy features the works of Edward Lane McCartney in a series of dynamic, multi-dimensional works.

12/11/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Holiday diversions

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Nov. 24–26

AKA: Ways to entertain your out-of-town family and prevent fist fights.

11/23/2017 By Morgan Kinney

It's Alive

You Are One With Sophia Vari

In a show at Art of the World Gallery, international artist Sophia Vari exhibits a range of work that engages with its space and audience.

11/14/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

story time

The Telling and the Told Tells a Story of Its Own

At the Houston Museum of African American Culture, Houston artist David McGee uses watercolor to deconstruct our “image-obsessed world.”

11/09/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Surreal

Who Was Salvador Dalí?

Christine Argillet, daughter of the artist's publisher, provided a unique look into the artist's life at Off the Wall Gallery.

11/01/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

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