I went to go see the Garrett Bradley "American Rhapsody" exhibit. The exhibit was good. Not what I expected, but better. It is worth coming back especially for me since I have trouble with contemporary art. There are three of her short films on display. on the first floor. On the second is some of the work of Will Boone featuring his "The Highway Hex," his personal, hand-made, battery operated juke box, and a few of his large hanging paint-sculptures. Our tour guide was Rosemary. She was good and very pleasant. On the phone, I spoke with Adriana a few times and she was very nice and helpful each time. The staff, as far as I can tell, is great. I will definitely be back.
Small by any standard for a museum, they had three video style exhibits running on the top floor, and the lower level in flux when I went. Diversity in art does not mean just make room for disadvantaged artists. Curator could have scheduled top floor much better during construction project below.
You MUST see The Norman Rockwell exhibit at The Museum of Fine Art Houston. IT BROUGHT ME TO TEARS !!! Franklin Roosevelt's freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear, & freedom from want were his reasons to fight WWII. After Sat. Eve. Post work, Norman Rockwell devoted his talents to the Civil Rights themes. Commentary from Ruby Bridges, 6 year old pioneer in Louisiana integration. I've seen FORTY major exhibits in my life. If in Houston, DON'T MISS THIS ONE !!!
Funky little place and a nice change from some of the other museums in the area. Free to enter. Wasn't impressed with the exhibit they had at the time, but exhibits change regularly
Always an interesting subject/topic going on here. Every 3-4 months there is a new theme, new artist's to appreciate their self abstract creations..
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