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  1. Miguel Ángel Ríos: On the Edge

    The final top stands victorious, if only for a moment—it, too, succumbs to the forces of gravity. The allegory of life and death skillfully and creatively plays out in On the Edge.  The use of multiple cameras allows a seamless interplay of motion—a white top, for example, gliding gracefully in front of a row of black tops in single file. The video projection On the Edge is the follow-up to Ríos’s first video, the 2003 installation A morir (’til Death), which shows a group of black tops spinning.

  2. Corn’s-A-Poppin’

    Corn’s-A-Poppin’Directed by Robert Woodburn(USA, 1958, 35mm) A quirky featurette that evokes 1950s Midwest Americana through musical comedy, Corn’s-A-Poppin’ was made by independent filmmakers in Kansas City from an early screenplay A reel of popcorn advertisements precedes the screening! Corn’s-A-Poppin’ was preserved by the Chicago Film Society with funding from the National Film Preservation Foundation.  A risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public setting. In the interest of your personal safety and community health, please observe all precautions set forth by the MFAH—learn more here.

  3. To Catch a Thief

    The debonair Grant plays John “The Cat” Robie, a notorious retired jewel thief who sets out to prove his innocence when accused of a string of burglaries. To Catch a Thief Directed by Alfred Hitchcock(USA, 1955, Digital) Tickets available soon! Alfred Hitchcock memorably pairs Cary Grant and Grace Kelly in this lively thriller, set on the sunny French Riviera. A risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public setting. In the interest of your personal safety and community health, please observe all precautions set forth by the MFAH—learn more here.

  4. A Second Look

    This series offers another opportunity to see acclaimed films that played briefly in Houston earlier this year. …

  5. Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings

    Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings is the first major retrospective of the celebrated artist’s career. Featuring over 120 images organized into five sections—family, landscape, battlefields, legacy, mortality—A Thousand Crossings shows how the American South emerges within Mann’s work as a powerful and provocative force that continues This internationally traveling exhibition investigates how Mann’s relationship with her native Virginia, a place rich in literary and artistic traditions yet troubled by history, has shaped her work.

  6. When a House Is More than a Home: Installations by Daniel Joseph Martinez

    Dec 15, 2017 - Each of the enigmatic, towering wheels features 11 sides imprinted with the shapes of real homes drawn from a 1940s architectural experiment to create planned housing in Irvine, California. The housing plans later had a second life outside of the United States—in the disputed West Bank settlements. Martinez describes the wheels as “essentially machines that make settlements.” . © Daniel Joseph Martinez In the final gallery of HOME—So Different, So Appealing, The House America Built also addresses how a seemingly innocuous American ideal can have unintended implications.

  7. A Noir to Remember

    Sep 17, 2018 - On Saturday mornings, the theaters would show cartoons and a feature film that was usually a Western. It was very folksy, with competitions on stage like yo-yo contests and bubble-gum-blowing contests. I also remember my parents taking me to a matinee of Gone with the Wind at the downtown Loews Theater when I was about 10! We’ve heard that you met the star of Laura, Gene Tierney, a few times when she lived in Houston! When I first saw Laura, I was 15 years old and a sophomore at Lamar High School. I thought it was the most sophisticated, glamorous movie I’d ever seen!

  8. A “Cloud Column” Anniversary

    Mar 27, 2020 - Two years ago today, a team of engineers and MFAH art handlers gently settled Houston’s now-iconic Cloud Column into place—all 21,000 pounds of it. Watch and listen as artist Anish Kapoor’s project manager describes how the monumental sculpture completed its journey, which started with an Atlantic crossing from England; continued with careful transport by truck in a custom-made

  9. 3 Questions for Artist Dario Robleto

    Aug 12, 2019 - Discussing how a DJ puts together a playlist, you said, “A sampler is not just to make music with but a way to understand the world, a way to creatively filter and reconfigure it.” How does this apply to your work? I am particular in the materials I use because I am counting on the meaning embedded in a material in one state (a vinyl record, a love letter, a fossil, etc.) to be entirely transported into a new physical state (the sculpture With deejaying and sampling, there is a subversive element that nothing is ever trash or the final say on a matter but rather calls that attitude out as a failure of the creative imagination.

  10. A Spring of Songs! A Salute to Rienzi’s Founders and Their Love of Music

    Jan 11, 2019 - His music has a warm, cascading, full-string sound perfect for setting a mood or atmosphere while entertaining. On Broadway The Mastersons produced several plays and a Broadway musical titled Bajour. The hi-fi is located in a built-in space of the Living Room, along with a turntable and LP records, which were the focus of the project. The hi-fi, normally behind a closed door in the Living Room, is on display during Rienzi’s Behind-the-Scenes Tour on April 10!