Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #american-art
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
A Unique Quilt’s Salute to Texas February 28, 2019
A quilt created not long after Texas gained its independence includes an unmistakable symbol of the state.
Top 12 Wintry Works of Art, Selected by MFAH Curatorial Staff December 13, 2018
From scenes of ice and snow to objects that signify holiday and entertaining traditions, art at the MFAH shows how cultures around the world reflect on winter. Curatorial staff members share favorite works of art that relate to the season.
The “Confident Exuberance” of Louise Nevelson & Dorothy Hood November 2, 2018
Curator Alison de Lima Greene discusses Kindred Spirits: Louise Nevelson & Dorothy Hood, an exhibition that takes a fresh look at the common ground between two pioneering American artists.
Happy Thanksgiving! Curatorial Picks for the Holiday November 17, 2017
We celebrate Thanksgiving as an American holiday, but cultures across time have honored the harvest, the season, family, and, of course, tasty food.