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Beijing’s Giacometti and Picasso Museum Has Been Delayed and More: Morning Links from May 1, 2020

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Art organizations in Pennsylvania are protesting Gov. Tom Wolf’s decision to freeze and redirect grant money previously awarded to them. [The Inquirer]

The launch of Beijing’s Giacometti and Picasso museum has been delayed indefinitely by the coronavirus. [The Art Newspaper]

Leadership at Ohio’s Akron Art Museum has long been accused of racism, retaliation, and mismanagement. The institution’s current financial crisis, in which it faced nearly one million dollars in lost revenue, has reignited those allegations. [ARTnews]

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Curator Germano Celant, who helped define the Arte Povera movement during the 1960s in Italy, died this week coronavirus-related causes. Here are his five most essential exhibitions. [ARTnews]

Allow Roberta Smith to introduce you to Alice Trumbull Mason, the unheralded Modernist painter who has just been issued her first monograph. [The New York Times]

In an interview with the New Yorker, Kim Gordon, visual artist and alt-rock icon, talks isolation, the Criterion Channel, and her art show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. [The New Yorker]

For Your Perusal 

Looking to do some armchair traveling to the galleries of Paris’ myriad cultural institutions? Frieze’s editor at large Jennifer Higgie has created a guide to the city’s best offerings. [Frieze Magazine]

Take a few minute to explore On Our Radar 2020, a digital collection of multimedia artworks that have advanced to the final round of Creative Capital’s emerging artists competition. [Creative Capital]

The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry has launched a video series featuring artworks from the actor’s renowned collection, all of which will be displayed at Marin’s private museum, The Cheech, when it opens in the fall of 2021. The first episode spotlights painter Yolanda Gonzalez. [Facebook]

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