Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #halloween
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Virtual Cinema | Celebrate Halloween with a Surrealistic “Faust” October 27, 2020
This interpretation of the legend about a man who sells his soul to the devil is an eerie combination of dreamy subconscious fantasies and surrealistic images.
Look Closely, If You Dare! Haunting Works from the MFAH Collections October 15, 2018
Discover unassuming artworks that reveal something darker upon a closer look—uncanny images, haunting themes, and even a few witches.
Something Spooky This Way Comes! MFAH Films Presents a Halloween Weekend of Horror Films October 23, 2017
Calling all witches, ghosts, and creatures of the night: As All Hallow’s Eve approaches, MFAH Films hosts a duo of terrifying films!
Happy Halloween! Spooky Art Lurks in the Galleries October 28, 2016The Halloween spirit lurks in the MFAH galleries at every turn. Keep an eye out for dancing witches, scary skeletons, and creepy symbols—if you dare. Helen Levitt, New York, 1939 Location: Beck Building, 1st floor
• Photographer Helen Levitt roamed the streets of New York, capturing unguarded moments of children at play—including this Halloween-ready masked trio, on loan for the special …
Must-See Art This Fall, Handpicked by MFAH Curatorial Staff September 20, 2016
The days are shorter and the shadows are longer, but fall doesn’t just mean a change in season. Discover the multitude of meanings that autumn holds across time and cultures with these curatorial staff picks of works from the MFAH collections. Read the curators’ notes, then find the autumn-inspired art on view in our permanent collection galleries!