The new Glade Cultural Center has a permanent collection from David Adickes, a real-deal commercial gallery, and more.
A special MFAH film series celebrates PRH's 25th anniversary with screenings that include a local artist's short.
First, it will ebb and flow—just like water. And second, it'll debut in August 2018.
Houston's beloved free museum will complete its seven-month restoration just in time for the autumnal equinox.
We take a look at the hulking new MFAH facility set to open along Montrose Boulevard.
A very flammable museum reignites its flame.
One month until the museum's temporary closure, one writer looks back on her decades-long relationship with her favorite painting.
The fourth-largest city in the country doesn't have a museum dedicated to its own past. Why?
Food is Family
The new 'Food & Family' exhibit at the Heritage Society Museum Gallery dives deep into the dynamics that produced Houston's foodie culture.
The Czech Center Museum hosts Vedem, a zine created by boys in the Terezin ghetto.
Think of the 'gram!
“Your first impression walking in will be you’ve gone to the best disco you’ve ever gone to.”
All the Pretty Tiles
The site-specific sculpture, while lovely, is hardly defined by its site.
There's more to this Texas town than wine and weisswurst.
Visit the city where three Kings exerted an enormous influence over our nation's history and music.
Plastinated human specimens return to Space City, this time demonstrating common maladies.
Home for the Holidays
Out-of-town guests can see why it's always the most wonderful time of the year in Houston.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
These seaside destinations are home to all the clowns and melting clocks you could ever want.
A New York City firm is heading up renovations to the de Menils' landmark sanctuary.
On The Town
Seldom-seen counterculture art takes the overdue spotlight in Holy Barbarians.
Anne Frank wasn't the only Jewish woman who kept a diary.