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Wed–Sun 11am–7pm
Free Admission
1533 Sul Ross St.
Houston, TX 77006
713-525-9400

Menil

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Mapa Wiya (Your Map's Not Needed): Australian Aboriginal Art from the Fondation Opale

View the Exhibition
Sep 23, 2019
Five Houston museum must-see shows for fall by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle
Sep 20, 2019
Menil’s ‘Mapa Wiya’ show holds secrets and surprises by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle
Sep 17, 2019
Menil collection unveils first Aboriginal art exhibit by Areli Navarro Magallon
The Rice Thresher
Sep 17, 2019
Fondation Opale Glows Opalescent Fondation Opale Glows Opalescent by Jeremy Eccles
Aboriginal Art Directory
Sep 15, 2019
Houston’s first major museum exhibition of Australian Aboriginal art includes over 100 works
Art Daily
Sep 13, 2019
Houston Happenings: September 13 - 15
KHOU
Sep 13, 2019
‘Mapa Wiya’ (Your Map’s Not Needed) ‘Mapa Wiya’ (Your Map’s Not Needed) A monochromatic version of Mumu Mike Williams’s ‘Mapa Wiya’, which gives the Houston exhibition its name by Jeremy Eccles
Aboriginal Art Directory
Sep 13, 2019
5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Sept. 13–15 by Morgan Kinney
Houstonia Magazine
Sep 13, 2019
Australia’s Ancient History is Preserved by Contemporary Artists in “Mapa Wiya” by Susie Tommaney
Houston Press
Sep 12, 2019
11 eye-catching and vivid Houston art exhibitions for September by Tarra Gaines
CultureMap
Sep 12, 2019
Don’t Miss These Art Shows and Events This Fall by Will Heinrich
The New York Times
Sep 12, 2019
The Must List: Tinariwen, ‘Mapa Wiya’
Chron.com
Sep 3, 2019
September Art Shows by Susie Tommaney
Houston Press
Sep 2, 2019
The Eight Best-Designed Things of September
WSJ. Magazine
Aug 26, 2019
How the Menil Collection Preserves Its Artwork by Morgan Kinney
Houstonia
Aug 9, 2019
Houston museums explore the world, from Aboriginal Australia to modern Japan and beyond by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle
Feb 27, 2019
Menil expands horizons with Aboriginal, Caribbean art next season by Molly Glentzer
Houston Chronicle