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About Kerry Ingram

Kerry is the Museum's interactive marketing associate and wants to tell you about cool things happening here.

Posts by Kerry Ingram, page 1

  1. 04 Nov
    Wed / 2015
    The exhibition "Mark Rothko: A Retrospective" brought to Houston—its only U.S. venue—a visit from a top Rothko scholar who also happens to be the artist’s son.

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  2. 08 Jul
    Wed / 2015
    On your summer visit, be sure to say hi to Max, our very own knight! Get to know our chivalrous visitor, here to help us celebrate "Habsburg Splendor," before you meet him.

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  3. 24 Aug
    Sun / 2014
    What does it take to install a 36-foot-tall, 2-ton sculpture of a cast-bronze tree in the heart of the Houston Museum District? Our newly acquired "Albero folgorato (Lightning Tree)," by renowned Italian artist Giuseppe Penone, got a fittingly dramatic debut on the Museum’s South Lawn.

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  4. 23 Apr
    Wed / 2014
    This summer, the Museum’s Cullinan Hall is teeming with 24,000 hand-painted PVC strands, each two stories high, filling 2,600 square feet of gallery space. And you are invited to walk right into them. Not sure what to expect when you enter the Museum and see the Houston Penetrable, a monumental installation eight years in the making? Here’s a quick rundown. What is the Houston Penetrable? The completed installation consists of thousands of strands suspended from a grid...

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  5. 14 Nov
    Thu / 2013
    One of the centerpieces of "American Adversaries: West and Copley in a Transatlantic World" is "Watson and the Shark," the sensational painting that earned artist John Singleton Copley (1738–1815) election to the Royal Academy of Art in London.

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