Location: between New Haven, CT & San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nationality: Puerto Rican
Based between New Haven, CT & San Juan, Puerto Rico Gabriella (they/them) is a queer visual artist, documentary storyteller, and diarist based between New Haven, CT and San Juan, Puerto Rico. They focus on documenting intimate subjects:...
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This year, after a series of delays, many of the most anticipated exhibitions of the past few years, coincided, resulting in a bounty of art to see. Prime among them were recurring shows, like the Venice Biennale in Italy and Documenta 15 in Kassel, Germany, which lured hundreds of thousands of visitors with the promise of cutting-edge art.But, alongside those art festivals, which tended to hog the spotlight, a number of surveys and retrospectives continued to push at the limits of the canon and introduce new figures, all the while complicating the study of artists who are well-known. Many of these shows are still traveling and will continue to reshape art history as they venture to new venues.Below, a look at the 25 exhibitions that defined 2022.