Jessica Fuentes, William Sarradet, and Brandon Zech discuss memorable art happenings from 2022.
“In the past year, art-related issues and stories have been picked up more in popular media in a really interesting way.”
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—Glasstire’s Best of 2022
—ARTnews: The Defining Artworks of 2022
—ARTnews: The Defining Art Events of 2022
—ARTnews: The Defining Exhibitions of 2022
—NY Times: Best Art of 2022
—NY Times: How We Saw the Arts This Year: Best Photos of 2022
—New York: The Best New York Art Shows of 2022
—Artforum: The Artists’ Artists: Twenty-six artists reflect on 2022
—Artforum: Best of 2022
—LA Times: Best of 2022: The biggest art stories mattered more than soup thrown on a Van Gogh
—Artsy: The Best Public Art of 2022
—Dan Olson: Line Goes Up – The Problem With NFTs
—The Art Newspaper: State of the unions: why US museum workers are mobilising against their employers
—Glasstire: Art Dirt: Should AI-Generated Art Compete Against Human-Made Art?
—Podcast: Death of an Artist
—Glasstire: RIP Peter Schjeldahl, the Poet