The Year in Review 2020
We asked artists to send an image that summed up their 2020 experiences—here's what we received
From coronavirus and lockdowns to US politics, this is a collection of postcards from "a year on the edge"
Art could have dwindled into insignificance in the upheaval of this year—instead it endured
Through the major shifts and moments of victory, art has proved itself to be cathartic, resistant and powerful
2020: the year in review
No shows: the biggest cancelled exhibitions of 2020
From the saga over a controversially delayed Philip Guston show to an under appreciated female Old Master whose big moment never came
The best and worst art world moments in 2020
It was tempting to simply put “everything and everyone” in the bad-year column. But even this most challenging of years was not entirely terrible
Museums 2020: the year of crashing revenues and anti-racism disputes
'One of the most shocking, tumultuous years on record': art market figures reflect on 2020—and guess at what 2021 might hold
The pandemic has ripped apart the industry as we know it this year but it has sparked innovation and conversation like never before
Art market 2020: the year of cancel culture and bricks-and-clicks
A year marked by wholesale event cancellations and job losses has also seen the art market innovate to keep businesses going.