Of the numerous exhibitions and events marking the centenary of John Cage’s birth, “The Sight of Silence” is the only New York exhibition devoted to his visual art. Some 60 works constitute a fine overview of an influential thinker, who was inspired by Zen mysticism and the laws of chance. Don’t miss the archival material here featuring several videos of Cage at work—including a 1960 guest appearance on “I’ve Got a Secret”!
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