Arts InSight

MFAH: Jesus Rafael Soto’s ‘Houston Penetrable’

This spectacular installation took almost a decade to fully realize.

Museum of Fine Arts Houston director Gary Tinterow talks about the late Venezuelan artist Jesus Rafael Soto’s last and most ambitious work (commissioned by the museum in 2004), which has taken almost a decade to realize. The spectacular, interactive installation presents the illusion of a giant yellow ellipse floating in space. On view through September 1.

You can see more on the Soto exhibit and other Houston arts every Thursday night at 7pm on Arts InSight, on TV 8.