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Art Exhibitions You Don’t Want to Miss in 2022

SINGULART presents its shortlist of the most eagerly awaited exhibitions of 2022. Why not take the opportunity to visit the cities hosting these events while you discover the exhibitions ?

Pioneers : Female Artists in Paris of the Roaring Twenties

© Droits réservés / Photo (C) Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Gérard Blot

This exhibition showcases women who liberated themselves from the constraints of their era to demonstrate the full extent of their talent. They are pioneers because they were the first to gain access to art schools and become the first women to be recognised as artists. This exhibition reasserts and celebrates their contributions.

Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, from March 2 to July 10, 2022

Henri Matisse: The Red Studio

© 2022 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

A selection of works closely linked to Matisse’s iconic work, The Red Studio, illustrates and contextualises the story behind the painting. This exhibition features letters, photographs and other materials to demonstrate the international influence of this unique work of art.

MoMA in New York through Sep 10 and SMK in Copenhagen, from October 13 2022 to February 26, 2023

The EY Exhibition: Cézanne

© The Art Institute of Chicago

This exhibition attempts to understand the great master, focusing on the tension he experienced from his desire to join the emerging impressionist movement, before finding his unique style.

Tate Modern, London, from October 6, 2022 to March 12, 2023

Objects of Desire: Surrealism and Design from 1924 to the Present

© Vitra design museum

Surrealism expands our reality by playing with our senses and perception. This exhibition offers a comprehensive look at the dialogue between Surrealism and design. It displays how the movement has been instrumental in reinventing everyday objects.

The Design Museum, London, from October 14, 2022

Immersive Frida Kahlo, on tour in the United States in 2022

© Michael Brosilow

This exhibition is inspired by the recent trend of immersive art exhibitions, where works of art come to life through digital screens. The exhibition highlights Frida Kahlo’s most iconic works and will tour several major cities in the United States.