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The art world in 2022: big shows and market predictions

In this first episode of 2022, The Art Newspaper’s contemporary art correspondent Louisa Buck and the novelist and columnist at The Art Newspaper Chibundu Onuzo preview the year’s biennials, exhibitions and art fairs and our editor-at-large Georgina Adam has a stab at predicting the art market’s fortunes. 


Events discussed: 


Venice Biennale


Documenta 15


Biennale of Sydney


Berlin Biennale 


Whitney Biennial 2022


Carnegie International


Donatello: the Renaissance


Steve McQueen


Charles Ray: Sculpture Fiction


Worlds of Networks


The World of Stonehenge


Testament


Hew Locke: Tate Britain Commission 2022


Cornelia Parker


Surrealism Beyond Borders


In the Black Fantastic


Anthea Hamilton


Faith Ringgold: American People


Philip Guston: Now


Cézanne


50 Monuments in 50 Voices


Matisse: The Red Studio

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