Houston seems to have a thing for bunker-like 'chapels' (see also the Rothko Chapel one block down the road) but while this building is somewhat prepossessing outside it currently has an excellent little exhibition inside: the Fabiola project. Start by looking at the video which explains the multi-layered intention behind the exhibition and then move on to the display cases of 'Fabiola' items before having a seat in front of the great wall of Fabiola. Fascinating ideas about the relationship between art and culture and where the boundary is between professional and amateur art. Certainly worth 20 minutes of your time. Makes a good double with the Rothko.
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