New Year / 2023
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Once again we arrive at the turning of another year. 2022 was a year unsparing of tension and conflict, uncertainty, and the highs and lows of human struggle. In short, it was a year much like any other. Welcome to the New Year Prescription and our look back on 2022.

Some landmark events included William Klein’s exhibition YES featuring photographs, paintings, and films from 1948–2013 at ICPDeana Lawson’s first museum survey Exhibition organized by ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston and MoMA / Museum of Modern Art, with additional venues including High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Loo & Lou Gallery’s group exhibition Nature // Natures, Bernd & Hilla Becher at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s international touring mid-career retrospective Fly in League with the Night. We covered Magnum’s Updates from Ukraine, Thierry Clech’s book Sunset on Ukraine, and profiled Ukrainian artists Kristina Podobed. Igor Chakachkov, Louise Nevelson, and the poet Natalka Bilotserkivets, as well as festivals and events such as Rencontres d’Arles 2022, Paris Photo 2022, World Press Photo 2022, and the Venice Biennale’s 59th Edition.

Artpil earlier this year celebrated its 5 Year Anniversary and recently launched the online Collections and Works available for sale entering into new collaborations with artists, curators, and galleries.

We saw the passing of our dear friend and artist César Cuspoca and presented his Online Exhibition of Afterglow / Korebaju While the Earth Remains in his memory.