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Photos Of A Legacy

Photos of a Legacy: Amazing exhibit of master works salutes curator's life in photography

By Tarra Gaines

If Houston seemed just a little bit more photogenic than usual last week, that might be because by mayoral proclamation June 23 was officially declared Anne Wilkes Tucker Day throughout the city. ...

To Paris And Beyond

A surprise new art space: MFAH's new photo guru is changing how Houston looks at pictures in the hall

By Tarra Gaines

Malcolm Daniel, the new curator in charge of the Department of Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, appears so enamored with Houston that he’s already planning our future together and has ...

Say Cheese

FotoFest opening night party draws photo-loving crowd from around the world

By Joel Luks

Blame it on the camera-equipped smartphone — everyone is a photographer nowadays. But only a select few have the eye to transform the fast growing populist genre into fine art that stops view ...

Shelby's Social Diary

Works by Ansel Adams, William Wegman are biggies at Houston Center for Photography auction

By Shelby Hodge

With works by renowned photographers such as Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ansel Adams and Geoff Winningham on the auction block, Houston Center for Photography (HCP) raised close to $193,000 at the annual Pri ...

MFAH onboard

Center offers controversial iPhone photography class, raising questions of what is art

By Joel Luks

It used to be that to delve in photography meant having to invest in pricey equipment while mastering of all sorts of scientific terms and processes. Understanding cameras, lenses, focal length, fi ...

Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — Supreme justice included

By Joel Luks

If it feels like end-of-the-year festivities are as far back in that past as, well, last year, then you are feeling the crunch of January taking off like a wild, lustful bull amid a field grazed by ...

Conversations in art and music

Music inspired by life in the trenches: MFAH concert series explores the sounds of war

By Joel Luks

The relationship of art to music is as inextricable as the relationship of war to art and war to music. In music, whether tunes stem from a classical or folk environment, there's a legacy t ...

hawks and doves

War and Remembrance: Haunting images from MFAH's spectacular War/Photography exhibit

By Tyler Rudick

After a decade in the works, the MFAH's long-awaited War/Photography explores the relationship between photography and armed conflict. ...

Gift of John R. Eckel, Jr.

Welcome to the set of Mad Men: Spirit of Modernism lives on in MFAH exhibit

By Joseph Campana

The ghost of the past never looked so new. Last month witnessed the unveiling of The Spirit of Modernism at the Museum of Fine Arts, a show built around a major gift of 73 mid-century modern wo ...

State of the Arts

Why the arts are important: Houston arts leaders have their say

By Joel Luks

Houston arts leaders and advocates believe that, even in the tough economy, it's important to make a strong case for supporting the arts. They share their thoughts.   ...

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