Through January 2, 2022
ON VIEW AT RIENZI | Hidden Hands explores the large, mostly unseen workforce behind famous names such as Josiah Wedgwood and Worcester Porcelain.
Through August 13, 2023
The Museum presents a selection of Spanish colonial paintings from the celebrated collection of Carl and Marilynn Thoma.
July 25–September 19, 2021
The MFAH is the debut venue for this major touring retrospective spotlighting Colombian artist Olga de Amaral and her prolific, six-decade career.
June 27–September 19, 2021
Celebrating the renowned Bemberg Collection of French paintings, drawings, and bronzes, this presentation features works by Cézanne, Degas, Matisse, Monet, Morisot, Renoir, and Toulouse-Lautrec, among others. Tickets include general admission.
Through September 26, 2021
The Museum’s summer series of grand-scale, immersive exhibitions continues. This major commission by renowned Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto transforms Cullinan Hall into a suspended walkway. Tickets include general admission. The nature of this installation allows for only a limited number of visitors at a time. Advance tickets strongly encouraged.
Through Winter 2022
The annual Eye on Houston exhibition documents and celebrates Houston’s diverse neighborhoods through a collaboration between the MFAH and Houston Independent School District.
Through Autumn 2021
The process of enameling has captivated artists and collectors for 1,000 years. This exhibition showcases the use of enamel across time and continents.
Through Spring 2022
The Nancy and Rich Kinder Building is dedicated to the Museum’s international collections of modern and contemporary art. The third-floor galleries are devoted to thematic exhibitions, and the Kinder Building opens with Connecting Currents—five inaugural installations of art from the 1960s onward.
Through December 31, 2022
The Museum’s landmark partnership with the Kuwait-based al-Sabah Collection and the cultural institution Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah makes possible this installation featuring some 250 objects from the 8th to 18th century that present a comprehensive spectrum of Islamic art.