The Menil Collection main museum building located at 1533 Sul Ross Street, while a few satellite buildings are within a short walk on the 30-acre Menil Campus.
The satellite buildings include the Cy Twombly Gallery, the Byzantine Fresco Chapel, the Dan Flavin Installation at Richmond Hall, the new Drawing Institute, and the Rothko Chapel located in Menil Park.
Spanning the prehistoric era to the present day, the Menil’s collection of some 17,000 works includes arts of Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the Americas and Pacific Northwest as well as arts of the ancient world and collections of surrealism, medieval and Byzantine art, and contemporary works.
Read our review of the Menil Collection here. Spoiler alert: We loved it!
Innovative art made while Chryssa was living in New York City (late 1950s - early 1970s)
100+ portraits of friends and colleagues resemble Byzantine icons
Explores Asawa's lifelong daily drawing practice
Highlights a myriad of artistic approaches of the past decades.
Slanted planes or cube-like forms from different times and places
Explores three defining motifs of the artist’s work on paper
Abstract paintings made by Sobel during the 1940s
Showcases the breadth of approaches to abstraction since the mid-20th- century
Hallucinatory landscapes and cosmic spaces by the Chilean Surrealist
The fifth installment of the commissioned ephemeral wall drawing series