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  1. Jennifer Steinkamp: The Seasons

    Jennifer Steinkamp has transformed the landscape of contemporary art with her profoundly beautiful light-based installations that celebrate the ebb and flow of the natural world. In 2007, Steinkamp embarked on an extended …

  2. Virtual Cinema | Signs of the Times: “Cinetracts ’20”

    Nov 7, 2020 - In 2019, the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, commissioned short films from 20 filmmakers around the world. Virtual Cinema presents the result: Cinetracts ’20, and you can watch it for free. She plans to expand her footage into a larger future project. • Cinetracts ’20 WATCH HERE This Virtual Cinema presentation is available for free through November 25.

  3. Major Rothko Retrospective opens at the MFAH September 20

    Jul 20, 2015 - Mark Rothko: A Retrospective will be on view in Houston from September 20, 2015, to January 24, 2016, following presentations at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, the Netherlands; and the Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul, South Korea Exhibition Schedule This exhibition debuted at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, the Netherlands, where it was on view from September 20, 2014, to January 18, 2015; and opened on March 13, 2015, at the Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul

  4. “Philip Guston Now,” First Retrospective in Nearly 20 Years of Influential Artist’s Work, Arrives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in October

    Jul 28, 2022 - Works touching on what the artist called the “brutality of the world” and the deep joy of painting will be on view October 23, 2022, through January 16, 2023 HOUSTON–JULY 28, 2022–Across 50 years, Philip Guston continually …

  5. MFAH to Inaugurate the Glassell School of Art and Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza on Sunday, May 20, 2018

    Feb 8, 2018 - Media Preview: Monday, May 14, 2018, from 10 a.m. to noon Houston—February 8, 2018—The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, today announced that a community day on Sunday, May 20, 2018, will mark the public inauguration of the new The campus transformation is projected to have a significant impact on the city: in the near term through job creation, and in the long term by generating nearly $334 million in economic activity over 20 years, with more than

  6. Honoring the Global Refugee Population

    June 20–26, 2022 Since 2001, June 20 has been designated as World Refugee Day to honor the global refugee population. On Monday, June 20, a mobile refugee shelter made out of discarded billboard tarps goes on view at the MFAH in Cullen Sculpture Garden, where you can see it through Sunday, June 26.

  7. Make an Appointment

    The study center is available for groups of up to 20 to view works from the MFAH collections of photography and works on paper. Groups with more than 20 people can usually be accommodated, but please be sure to contact the Museum’s office for group visits. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting or 713.639.7751.

  8. Virtual Cinema “Corpus Christi” and “Someone Somewhere”

    May 17, 2020 - The 2020 Oscar nominee for Best International Feature follows 20-year-old Daniel after he is released from a Warsaw detention center and sent to a remote village to work as a manual laborer. Nominated for 2019 Best Foreign Film by the Houston Film Critics Society. • Corpus Christi | WATCH (May 20–26) Your purchase ($12) supports the MFAH and provides access to the film for three days. Someone Somewhere spins a delicate “what if” from their compartmentalization, exploring today’s increasingly hermetic modern urban life. • Someone Somewhere | WATCH (May 20–26) Your purchase ($10) supports the MFAH and provides

  9. Shooting the Moon: Photographs from the Museum’s Collection 50 Years after Apollo 11

    On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, the MFAH presents Shooting the Moon: Photographs from the Museum’s Collection 50 Years after Apollo 11. Shooting the Moon: Photographs from the Museum’s Collection 50 Years after Apollo 11 | July 20–September 2, 2019 Shooting the Moon: Photographs from the Museum’s Collection 50 Years after Apollo 11 is organized by the Museum

  10. Virtual Camp at Bayou Bend: Where Art & History Inspire

    Jul 8, 2020 - Campers can enjoy at-home adventures in art, history, and gardening for free during the weeks of July 20–24 and July 27–31. Recommended for ages 9 to 12. Offered Monday through Friday, July 20–24 and July 27–31, the program features morning sessions beginning at 10 a.m. and afternoon sessions that begin at 2 p.m. Learn more and register here. Have fun!