Launching its 2020 season, Somerset House will invite visitors to explore the fascinating world of mushrooms in a new exhibition from curator and writer, Francesca Gavin.
A new exhibition of Cy Twombly’s sculptures at Gagosian in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation marks the publication of the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of sculptures
Writings on the Wall examines the significant influence of ancient and contemporary graffiti on the practice of a group of mid-twentieth-century artists Brassaï, Vlassis Caniaris, Jean Dubuffet, Manolo Millares, Antoni Tàpies and Cy Twombly
This week instead of writing about Frieze I’m here to offer a refreshing break from the madness that is London with my first column from Milan.
After the Old Wine Storehouse opened in 2015 and Renzo Piano’s Pavillon d’Exposition in 2017, Château La Coste has now opened a third exhibition space in La Bastide, the original house on the property dating from 1682. On the 26 of August and until the 31 October 2018, the property will be presenting 3 solo exhibitions by: Cy Twombly, Thomas Dozol and Guggi.
One of the works offered by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery that struck me was Tacita Dean’s Quarantania (2018) – a stunning work on seven panels depicting a mountain against a rusty pink graduated sky, reminiscent of Ed Ruscha.
This exhibition will be first career-spanning exhibition of drawings and works on paper by Cy Twombly, organised in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation.
Cy Twombly’s Leda and the Swan, 1962 will be a highlight of Christies May 17th Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale.
LUX is the first exhibition of Cy Twombly’s photographs in Ibiza, at the Museu d’Art Contemporary d’Eivissa (MACE).
Gagosian’s New London gallery opens next week
Gagosian to open new gallery in London…
There is a great eclectic exhibition at Pace London titled ‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’that takes as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser, curated by Brian Clarke.
The Tate has this week received its most valuable and exciting bequest in quite some years: Sir Nicholas Serota announced a donation of three stunning paintings from the Bacchus series by Cy Twombly.
There it is. I have shown it to you. It has been done. It is being done. And because it can be done, it will be done.
Rauschenberg’s works are a visual equivalent of the great American novel, hinting in coded form at his affairs with the artists Jasper Johns and Cy Twombly
It gladdens my heart to see a speight of new gallery openings across London’s West End; Ronchini this week, Ordovas going from strength to strength with a second excellent show, Gazelli Art House, and the London branch of Eykyn Maclean, joining New York on their property portfolio.
Cy Twombly at Eykyn Maclean London
New Gallery to launch with Cy Twombly show.
An exhibition of Monet, Turner and Twombly at Tate Liverpool will include two water lilies paintings never seen in the UK
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