Morning Links: Columbus Edition

The statue of Columbus enshrouded by the installation of Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi was spared during Hurricane Sandy. [NYT]

The Columbus Museum of Art has laid off six staffers. [Artforum]

The Museum of Latin American Art in L.A. lays off its chief curator and cuts budget. [L.A. Times]

The $40-million Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum opens at Michigan State University. [Detroit Free Press]

Greenpoint artists hit hard by Sandy. [DNA Info]

Michael Werner’s Gordon VeneKlasen has a pretty good life. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Columbus Edition