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Morning Links: Nicolas Cage Edition

Splendour in the Grass' Nicolas Cage art installation. CONCRETE PLAYGROUND/TWITTER

Splendour in the Grass’ Nicolas Cage art installation.

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This year’s edition of Splendour in the Grass, a British music festival, features a number of wacky art installations, notably an inflatable version of Nicolas Cage’s head in a cage. [The Guardian]

Robert Wilson on the state of performance art today: “It is suddenly mainstream. It wasn’t always.” [The Observer]

Zev Greenfield is Issue Project Room’s new executive director. [Artforum]

Roberta Smith on Judith Bernstein’s show at Mary Boone Gallery. [New York Times]

Laura Owens at Capitain Petzel. [Contemporary Art Daily]

An exhibition at the Städel Museum, in Frankfurt, Germany, looks at German art from the ’80s. [Deutsche Welle]

The much-hyped Seattle Art Fair’s galleries are using art to target a tech-savvy audience. [The Art Newspaper]

A man who was going to make a museum devoted to women’s history changed his mind—he’s now going to make a museum devoted to serial killers instead. [The Cut]

The Museum of Modern Art has made metadata for 125,000 works of art available. [Medium]

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