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Fine Arts Paris and Art Cologne Cancel 2020 Editions, Tyler Mitchell Photographed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Vogue, and More: Morning Links from October 30, 2020

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News

John W. Hinckley Jr., the man who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan, has been granted permission to display his painting, photographs, and other artwork. [The New York Times]

After 10 years as chair of the MoMA PS1 board, Agnes Gund will step down from her post to become the chair of PS1’s diversity, equity, and inclusion committee. [ARTnews]

As coronavirus cases surge across Europe, museums in France and Germany are again ordered to close their doors until further notice. [ARTnews]

Fine Arts Paris and Art Cologne, both slated to take place in November, have cancelled their 2020 editions amid a second round of lockdown measures. [The Art Newspaper]

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Katsuhiro Yamaguchi Vitrine, 1958.

Market

This second edition of Art Basel’s online digital fair, “OVR,” saw slower sales on its first days compared to the first edition. [ARTnews]

In Photos

Tyler Mitchell photographed Vogue’s latest cover star, congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. [Vogue]

The Met’s Costume Institute has been lauded for its new show, a celebration of the museum’s 150th anniversary. Read a review, and see images of the exhibition’s most sumptuous pieces, here. [The New York Times]

Artists & Art

A spate of exhibitions is telling a different story of Minimalism, one that foregrounds the female artists who worked in, and around, the movement. [Artsy]

At the Forbes Pigment Collection at the Harvard Art Museums, conservators, preservationists, and historian’s have the chance to analyze the precise paint colors used by history’s most famous painters. [NPR]

Three new, post-lockdown exhibitions at the Queens Museum consider the institution’s role in the life of its multiethnic neighborhood. [The New York Times]

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