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Feb 28, 2020
Reading between the lines with master artist Brice Marden
Houston Chronicle
Jan 2, 2020
How Yves Klein Tricked the World with This Iconic Photograph by Jacqui Palumbo
Artsy
Jan 2, 2020
Spring Preview 2020
Glasstire
Jan 1, 2020
Previews: Think of Them as Spaces: Brice Marden’s Drawings by Barry Schwabsky
Artforum
Dec 31, 2019
The 10 stories that most captivated Houstonians in 2019 by Steven Devadanam
CultureMap
Dec 27, 2019
What to Do and See This Month, from Norman Rockwell to Lewis Black by Chris Gray
Houstonia Magazine
Dec 27, 2019
Austere Images Made by Hand by Brenda Cronin
The Wall Street Journal
Dec 27, 2019
10 best Houston museum shows of 2019 by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle
Dec 22, 2019
Art Dirt: The Best Art Exhibitions of the 2010s
Glasstire
Dec 19, 2019
Andy Warhola’s Religion by John J. Miller
National Review
Dec 13, 2019
Sale of Indigenous art expected to fetch up to $3.9 million at New York auction by Matthew Knott
The Sydney Morning Herald
Dec 4, 2019
2019 Best of Design Award for Cultural: Menil Drawing Institute
The Architect's Newspaper
Nov 26, 2019
Renzo Piano is the Italian high-tech architect by Amy Frearson
Dezeen
Nov 26, 2019
9 Weekend Getaways to Escape Dallas for a Few Days by Hayden Berstein
Thrillist
Nov 25, 2019
Deadline For Menil Drawing Institute Scholars Program is December 11
Glasstire
Nov 25, 2019
Feverish Architectural Fantasies at the Menil Drawing Institute by Chris Waddington
The Magazine Antiques
Nov 21, 2019
Menil Drawing Institute offers an eccentric eyeful with Jean-Jacques Lequeu show by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle
Nov 20, 2019
Lequeu, architect of the Revolution by Cristiana Campanini
Abitare
Nov 15, 2019
Apollo Awards 2019: Museum Opening of the Year
Apollo Magazine
Nov 7, 2019
In Houston, steel origami by Fabrizio Gallanti
Abitare
Nov 7, 2019
Feminisms in the Plural: A Planned Election-Related Art Wave by Erin Rubin
Nonprofit Quarterly
Nov 6, 2019
6 Can’t-Miss Cultural Attractions In Houston
Ezvid Wiki
Nov 6, 2019
Museums across the U.S. will organize feminist art shows in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election. by Wallace Ludel
Artsy
Nov 5, 2019
All-women exhibitions are taking over US museums ahead of 2020 elections
Dazed
Nov 4, 2019
50 US Museums Are Teaming Up to Organize Exhibitions of Female Artists in the Run-Up to the 2020 Election by Sarah Cascone
artnet
Oct 31, 2019
Meet The Eccentric Architect Who Envisioned The Outrageous Architecture of Las Vegas… During The French Revolution by Jonathon Keats
Forbes
Oct 26, 2019
Houston Making a Name for Itself as a Queer Destination by Paul Heney
Travel Pulse
Oct 24, 2019
Curation as Creation by Jason Farago
The New York Review of Books
Oct 21, 2019
Writer Jia Tolentino Spent Her Book Advance on a South America Cruise by Louis Cheslaw
Condé Nast Traveler
Oct 16, 2019
Paul Otremba celebrated at posthumous book launch by Lily Wulfemeyer
The Rice Thresher
Oct 16, 2019
The L.A. architects who design buildings that make you say, ‘Huh?,’ then ‘Wow!’ by Carolina Miranda
Los Angeles Times
Oct 14, 2019
When the Menil Collection opened its doors to the public
Chron.com
Oct 10, 2019
Jorinde Voigts Atelier leuchtet in zwölf verschiedenen Farben
Architectural Digest
Oct 3, 2019
Two exhibitions in the US explore the legacy and fragility of Gandhi By Sujeet Rajan
News India Times
Oct 1, 2019
A Panorama of Design: Great on Paper by Arlene Hirst
The New York Times
Sep 30, 2019
October Art: Rediscovered Masterpiece, a Visionary Architect, and Art Fair Fever by Susie Tommaney
Houston Press