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University of Houston: Jeffie Brewer Kitty
Jeffie Brewer (b. 1971) "Kitty", 2019. Painted steel, part of the Color Fields exhibition at UH.  University of Houston courtesy photo
The Menil Collection presents "Silent Revolutions: Italian Drawings from the Twentieth Century"
The Menil Collection presents "Silent Revolutions: Italian Drawings from the Twentieth Century" at the Menil Drawing Institute beginning this month.  Photo courtesy of Studio Vandrasch Fotografia, Milan Lu
MFAH Kinder Building
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Nancy and Rich Kinder Building opens to the world in November.  Photo by Peter Molick, Thomas Kirk III
Rice University: Gonzo, Adding Value to the Moment
Rice University turned their new provisional campus facilities into art, including Gonzo's mural "Adding Value to the Moment."  Photo by Brandon Martin
UH Color Fields: Odili Donald Odita Negative Space
Odili Donald Odita's "Negative Space" part of Color Field exhibition at University of Houston.  University of Houston courtesy photo