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Apollo awards 2022 shortlists announced

Apollo announces the Shortlists for the Apollo Awards 2022

Now in their 30th year, the Apollo Awards celebrate major achievements in the art and museum worlds, commending remarkable work by individuals and institutions in both historical and contemporary fields. The winners of the 2022 Awards and the Apollo Award for Personality of the Year will be announced at a ceremony in London on the evening of 6 December, when they will also be published online. All the winners and the shortlists will be featured in the January issue of the magazine.
Francis Alÿs
Anselm Kiefer
Simone Leigh
Hew Locke
Charles Ray
Faith Ringgold
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Museum Opening
Bibliothèque nationale de France – Richelieu
Courtauld Gallery
Musée de Cluny
National Gallery of Umbria
National Museum
Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp

‘Donatello, the Renaissance’
Palazzo Strozzi and Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence
‘Inspiring Walt Disney’
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
‘Matisse: The Red Studio’
MoMA, New York
‘Oskar Kokoschka: Enfant terrible in Vienna’
Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris
National Gallery, London
‘William Kentridge’
Royal Academy of Arts, London

Digital Innovation
Ars Publicata
Art UK Sculpture
Factum Foundation
United States National Herbarium
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English Garden Eccentrics
Todd Longstaffe-Gowan
Everyday Rococo: Madame de Pompadour and Sèvres Porcelain
Rosalind Savill
Luxury after the Terror
Iris Moon
Picasso’s War: How Modern Art Came to America
Hugh Eakin
The Real and the Romantic
Frances Spalding
The Sun King at Sea
Meredith Martin and Gillian Weiss
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300 Chinese works from Sir Joseph Hotung’s collection
British Museum, London
Gordon Parks Legacy Collection
Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Virgin and Child by Atelier of Saint-Léger, Troyes
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
Roundel by Gian Marco Cavalli
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Christ Among the Doctors by Luca Giordano
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Silver casket
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
900 Japanese cloisonné enamels from Frederic T. Schneider’s collection
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem
The Standard Bearer by Rembrandt
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Personality of the Year
Will be announced on 6 December
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