Morning Links: Grateful Dead Edition

Eli Broad has skipped out on his scheduled payments to L.A. MOCA because the museum has $2.1 million it hasn’t used for exhibitions. [Bloomberg]

The work of Cleveland outsider artist extraordinaire, Reverend Albert Wagner, who died in 2006, will be auctioned off in the fall. [ArtDaily]

Artist Susan Philipsz runs a national anthem hum-athon. [Guardian]

John Cage can happen anywhere. [NYT]

Adam Lindemann’s Montauk coast statues offend some local residents. [Page Six]

Wes Lang tapped to make the art for a new Grateful Dead box set. [Rolling Stone]

Was Robert Hughes the most feared art critic of his time? [WSJ]

Morning Links: Grateful Dead Edition