Starved for the communal experience of viewing art for much of the pandemic, museum lovers can feed their habit again, with many eagerly anticipate­d and oft-postponed exhibits slated to open in 2022. The most comprehens­ive showing of her work in 20 years, conceptual artist Barbara Kruger’s Thinking

of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You will be at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) from March 20 to July 17, showcasing her signature interactio­n of pictures and words with media. The saturated color and texture of Paul Cézanne, often referred to as the “Father of Modern Art,” will be on display at the Art Institute of Chicago from May 15 to September 5, the first major retrospect­ive of his work in the U.S. in more than a quarter of a century. Also scheduled: Mind/mirror, the most extensive showing ever of Jasper Johns’ work, with dual exhibition­s at the Whitney in New York City and the Philadelph­ia Museum of Art (through February 13) and a Francis Bacon exhibit Man and

Beast at London’s Royal Academy (January 29-April 17).—M.W.S.

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