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Morning Links: John Cage Edition

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John Cage.

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“Muse of Art Criticism Reportedly Hospitalized for ‘Nervous Exhaustion.'” This story was not originally reported by Reuters. [The Huffington Post]

Creator of the world’s most difficult maze, Kazuo Nomura, has drawn up a new maze (version 2.0) after a 30-year break. [CNET]

“Making the Right Choices: A John Cage Celebration,” a comprehensive—and free—online archive of John Cage performances throughout the composer’s career, just launched. [Hyperallergic]

Art Production Fund will be raising funds for public art projects via a new collaboration with Barney’s, which will include glassware, bedding, candles, leather tote bags, clutches, and scarfs designed by Alex Katz. Art Production Fund x Barney’s x Alex Katz launches on May 1. [Blouin Artinfo]

This tree, drawn in 1940, succinctly maps the history of modern art. [Vox]

The Rubin Foundation has tapped Sara Reisman as its new artistic director. [Blouin Artinfo]

The Indianapolis Museum of Art will open a preschool this fall. [Indianapolis Business Journal]

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