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  1. Homelands and Histories: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh

    This exhibition celebrates a major MFAH acquisition of 75 photographs spanning the artist’s career. Sheikh, an award-winning photographer, was born in New York City in 1965.

  2. A Feast for the Eyes! Beautiful Tableware from Bayou Bend & Rienzi

    Nov 19, 2018 - Caldwell & Co., Sauceboat, 1860–75, silver Location: Bayou Bend What’s a Thanksgiving turkey without gravy? Gorham Manufacturing Company, Berry Spoon, c. 1868–75, silver and silver gilding Location: Bayou Bend As America’s middle class grew in the middle of the 19th century, so did the demand for luxurious goods like the extravagant

  3. Georges Braque: A Retrospective

    This definitive retrospective of the career of Georges Braque (1882–1963) presents more than 75 significant works of art.

  4. A Feast for the Eyes

    Oct 17, 2019 - from the exquisite Court Scene is punctuated by vessels of various shapes, materials, and colors, including a slender-necked wine bottle and cups that underscore the importance of drinking wine during such feasts. 1850–75

  5. “David Levinthal: Photographs 1972–2016” Explores Themes Central to American History, Identity, and Consciousness

    Sep 27, 2017 - The exhibition David Levinthal: Photographs 1972–2016 will feature images from the following series: Bad Barbie (1972) Hitler Moves East (1972–75) Modern Romance (1983–85) Wild West (1986–2002) American Beauties

  6. Portraits of the displaced on view in “Homelands and Histories: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in May

    Apr 3, 2017 - In May, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, celebrates a major acquisition of 75 photographs spanning the artist’s career, made possible by a generous grant from Jane P. Watkins.

  7. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, announces major cornerstone acquisitions for a new gallery of Medieval art

    Oct 8, 2018 - These included a bifolio from a Qu’ran (8th or 9th century); a Boston side chair with rare “hairy paw” feet (1755–75); the William J.

  8. New Year Reflections

    Dec 30, 2011 - However, 75% of institutional record series are now generated electronically (which thankfully puts us a little behind the 90% curb).

  9. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is Sole U.S. Venue for Georges Braque Retrospective

    Sep 25, 2013 - A selection of 75 defining works will be displayed, ranging from the artist’s early, bold Fauvist paintings, to the radical Cubist compositions that shaped the course of modern art, to the lyrical still lifes and landscape abstractions

  10. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, to Open Its Steven Holl–Designed Nancy and Rich Kinder Building in Fall 2020

    Nov 6, 2019 - With more than 100,000 square feet of space, or 56 percent, dedicated to the presentation of works of art, the Kinder Building increases overall MFAH exhibition space by nearly 75 percent.