THE BLANTON MUSEUM OF ART
“Go West! Representations of the American Frontier” now-Sept. 23: Works from the C.R. Smith Collection of art of the American West. “American Scenery: Different Views in Hudson River School Painting” now-May 13: More than 110 paintings by 71 artists of the Hudson River school.
THE HARRY RANSOM CENTER
“The King James Bible: Its History and Influence” now-July 29: Materials from the Ransom Center and the Folger Shakespeare Library explore this book and its influence on the humanities even in the present day.
DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART
“Face to Face: International Art at the DMA” now-June 10: Works from the collection shown in pairs that suggest some similarities between the cultures and traditions. “Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties” now-May 27: A wide-ranging examination of works from the end of World War I to the start of the Great Depression, through painting, sculpture and photography.
KITTRELL/RIFFKIND ART GLASS GALLERY
“Jared and Nicole Davis, Lea de Wit, Chris Hawthorne and April Wagner” March 10-April 7: New works from five glass artists.
THE TRAMMELL AND MARGARET CROW COLLECTION OF ASIAN ART
“Fabled Journeys in Asian Art: East Asia” now-Aug. 5: Paintings, fans, sculpture and desk furniture that depict journeys. “David Gibson: Toward Kasuga Shrine along a Pathway of Lanterns” now-April 29: Photographs that evoke the peaceful spirit of the lanterns along the paths leading to the Shinto-Buddhist shrine in Nara.
KIMBELL ART MUSEUM
“The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark” now-June 17: Exhibition of 72 paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass.
CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM HOUSTON
“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991” now-April 15: A survey of leading women artists that examines the feminist contribution to the deconstructionist movement. “Perspectives 177: McArthur Binion” now-April 1: Works by the Chicago-based painter who is interested in the expressive qualities of abstraction.
HOUSTON CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY CRAFT
“Bride 11: Lia Cook” now-May 13: Large-scale woven images of human faces, woven on a digital jacquard loom, inspired by her imaging work in psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. “Transference: Andy Paiko & Ethan Rose” now-May 13: Exhibition that explores the aural potential of glass vessels.
THE MENIL COLLECTION
“Imprinting the Divine: Byzantine & Russian Icons From the Menil Collection” now-March 18: More than 60 works that span 600 years. “Richard Serra Drawings: A Retrospective” now-June 10: The artists first drawings retrospective that traces Serra’s use of drawings both as artwork and as it applied to his sculpture. “This World Is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs” March 30-July 29: Forty-five photographs that trace the artist’s career by a leading figure in the American street photography movement.
THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON
“Tutenkhamen: The Golden King and the Great Pharoahs” now-April 15: More than 100 works featuring spectacular treasures. “Revelation: The Major paintings of Jules Olitski” now-May 6: Thirty-five paintings by a pioneer in Color Field Painting. “Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection” now-June 3: Almost 200 ceramics and works on paper from the collection, acquired by the museum in 2007.
IRVING ARTS CENTER
“27th Annual Texas & Neighbors Regional Art Exhibition” April 21-May 26: Juried exhibit features artwork by artists from Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
MCNAY ART MUSEUM
“Andy Warhol: Fame and Misfortune” now-May 20: More than 150 objects in all media exploring the artists obsession with fame and disaster.
SAN ANTONIO MUSEUM OF ART
“Imagenes del Pueblo: Spanish Popular Graphics from the Permanent Collection” now-June 28: Works from the museum’s collection of more than 100 pieces of Spanish graphic art from the 18th and 19th centuries. “San Antonio Collects: African American Artists” now-May 6: Works reflecting the struggles and triumphs of the African American artistic community.