Taniguchi Takes Off


It%26rsquo;s a big architecture month, as Yoshio Taniguchi%26rsquo;s first freestanding building in America unveils April 12 through 15. Revel in the quiet, contemplative splendor of the new $48.4 million Asia Society Texas Center, one of the most important art stories from Houston since The Menil Collection opened in 1987. A major destination in the heart of the Houston Museum District, the museum%26rsquo;s inaugural show highlights the storied collection of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Rockefeller 3rd (through September 16, 2012). Stay tuned for our complete coverage coming in May. 1370 Southmore Blvd., 713.496.9901; asiasociety.org/texas.

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Yoshio Taniguchi%26rsquo;s Asia Society Texas Center, opening April 2012. Photo by Paul Hester.

The second floor looking toward the Elkins Foundation Water Garden. Photo by Paul Hester.

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