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Here we are, at the beginning of a new year, a time that, at least in the past, used to be full of hope and anticipation, but after the last two years requires a deep breath and a brace for impact. But, there are still many fascinating and encouraging developments underway all around us, and there’s an awful lot to be grateful for. We’re all grateful to work alongside an authentically magical human being, known to mere mortals as Tim Schneider, Artnet News’s art business editor.
As longtime listeners know, Tim undergoes a mystical transformation at the beginning of every new year to become a soothsayer capable of peering into the future to see what the months ahead hold for the art industry. Tim recently published his prognostications on Artnet News Pro, and this week he joins Andrew Goldstein to break out a few of the most pressing predictions he made, from Beeple’s potential gallery representation to the future of art fairs amidst the ongoing pandemic.
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