We Published More Than 3,000 Stories This Year. Here Are 22 of Our Favorites


So here we are, at the end of another long year that went by too fast.

A lot happened (when does a lot not happen?), from the emergence of NFTs (nothing dominated the conversations like those did) to the sputtering re-opening of galleries and museums worldwide.

We covered it all. Below, we present some of our favorite profiles, interviews, analyses, and op-eds of the year.

Damien Hirst with works from “The Currency.” Courtesy of the artist.

Meet the Bros Scooping Up Damien Hirst NFTs, What’s Behind Downtown’s Latest Artist-Gallery Split, and More Art-World Gossip

by Annie Armstrong

“The NFTs sold for a modest $2,000 a pop, but Hirst raked in over $22 million in the process. What he may not have anticipated is that the project would give birth to a new type of collector—one that knows next to nothing about art and a lot about finance.”

Artist Otto Muehl and his wife. MAK. Vienna. Photograph. 1998 Photo: Imagno/Getty Images.

Artist Otto Muehl and…

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