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Free Admission
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Houston, TX 77006
713-525-9400

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Dec 7, 2020
Meet Virginia Jaramillo, a Pioneering Minimalist Who Fuses Cosmology and Science Fiction
Hyperallergic
Dec 4, 2020
5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, Dec 4–6
Houstonia
Nov 27, 2020
Houston gets the nation’s first show of Italian drawings from the 20th century
Houston Chronicle
Nov 9, 2020
8 vivid and eye-catching November art events no Houstonian should miss
CultureMap
Nov 2, 2020
5 Artists on Our Radar This November
Artsy
Oct 23, 2020
Shows by two powerhouse Latinas lead Houston’s art scene this fall
Houston Chronicle
Oct 19, 2020
‘Silent Revolutions: Italian Drawings from the Twentieth Century’ to debut at The Menil
Houston Chronicle
Oct 18, 2020
Il disegno italiano del 20/o secolo in mostra a Houston
ANSA ViaggiArt
Oct 16, 2020
The Menil is a spellbinding blend of sculpture, sound and light
Houston Chronicle
Oct 9, 2020
Studio Visit: Artist Duo Allora and Calzadilla on Steering Installations Remotely and the Benefits of Eschewing Social Media
artnet
Oct 8, 2020
A Gallery Resurgence in Chelsea
The New York Times
Oct 5, 2020
Menil Collection Exhibe Pinturas Curvilíneas De Virginia Jaramillo
Arte al Día
Oct 1, 2020
No. 465: Virginia Jaramillo
The Modern Art Notes Podcast
Sep 28, 2020
The Menil Collection reopens with ‘awe-inspiring’ exhibits by LatinX artists
KTRK, ABC13
Sep 25, 2020
A Painter Who Puts It All on the Line
The New York Times
Sep 23, 2020
Time, Energy and Bat Guano: A New Exhibit of Overlooked Connections
The Wall Street Journal
Sep 3, 2020
Top Five: Fall Preview 2020
Glasstire
Sep 3, 2020
The Menil Collection announces reopening date
Houston Chronicle
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 1, 2020
Previews: Think of Them as Spaces: Brice Marden’s Drawings by Barry Schwabsky
Artforum