On display, for the first time, a Cy Twombly sculpture made at his seaside home in Gaeta in 2005.
The film that traces the life and work of Cy Twombly, produced by Good Day Films and Sky Arte, will be presented at special venues, and on TV channels, throughout Europe and in the US.
The Foundation for Contemporary Arts announces the recipient of the 2020 Cy Twombly Award for Poetry.
Cy Twombly’s painting Vengeance of Achilles is part of the new exhibition that highlights objects, artefacts and works of art inspired by the epic Trojan war and its legends.
At the National Portrait Gallery in London, a display of works that reveal the importance of classical art and figuration within Cy Twombly’s ouvre.
An evening dedicated to Cy Twombly, celebrating the publishing of the two most recent catalogues by Verlag Schirmer / Mosel and the screening of the film Cy Dear.
A conversation between Edmund de Waal and Christine Kondoleon will be held as part of the Frieze Masters Talks program.
The exhibition, in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation, marks the publication of the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of sculptures, edited by Nicola Del Roscio and published by Schirmer/Mosel.
Edited by Nicola Del Roscio, volume II presents the sculptures created between 1998 and the artist's death in 2011.
As part of the symposium, researcher Anthi-Danaé Spathoni will present her paper “33 meters of immortality”, Cy Twombly’s Ceiling for the Louvre.
A conversation between Carlos Basualdo and David R. Baum to present Cy Twombly: Fifty Days at Iliam, recently published by Yale University Press.
We are proud to announce the world premiere of CY DEAR on March 20th, as part of the International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA), in Montreal.
Cy Twombly’s 1962 painting Dutch Interior is exhibited alongside works from The Met collection.
The series of paintings The Four Seasons, along with two sculptures, are displayed on the fourth floor of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
The show is comprised of thirty photographs, taken between 1985 and 2008, variously depicting intimate spaces, landscapes, and natural subjects.
For the first time in Lebanon, an exhibition of photographs by Cy Twombly.
The exhibition, organized in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation, marks the completion of the Cy Twombly: Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings, with the eighth and final volume.
Cy Twombly’s epic painting is back on display at Gagosian 980 Madison Avenue after being shown there for the first time in 2000.
An annual grant to the Foundation for Contemporary Arts is supported by a multi-year gift from the Cy Twombly Foundation in memory of the artist who was influenced and inspired by poetry throughout his lifetime.
Volume 8 brings the Catalogue Raisonné of Cy Twombly Drawings, edited by Nicola Del Roscio, to completion. Spanning the years 1990 to 2011, this last volume covers the artist's final years.
An exhibition that revolves around the tale of Hero and Leander is on view at the gallery in Zurich, along with a show of photographs capturing the artist in the early 60s.
Works by Cy Twombly, inspired by Greek mythology, are presented side by side with ancient artefacts at the Museum of Cycladic Art, in Athens.
An exhibition of Cy Twombly’s photography, to coincide with “Divine Dialogues” at the Museum of Cycladic Art, is on view at Gagosian, Athens.
The seventh, and penultimate, volume of the Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings is now published and it covers the years 1980 to 1989, when the artist moved his main residence to Gaeta, Italy. During these years, places, landscapes, and plants became the principal subjects of his art.
The exhibition of photographs by Sally Mann is on view at Gagosian, Paris.
Cy Twombly, on view on the top floor of the Centre Pompidou, brings together some 140 works of the artist, from his early works of the 50s until his latest works in 2011.
The exhibition coincides with the retrospective Cy Twombly opening at the Centre Pompidou, in Paris, on Nov. 30th 2016
Five bronze sculptures by Cy Twombly have entered the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art as a gift of the Cy Twombly Foundation.
The Museu d'Art Contemporani d’Eivissa - MACE presents the exhibition of photographs: "LUX" by Cy Twombly.
This long-awaited exhibition brings to Japan a large selection of some 100 Twombly photographs spanning over six decades from 1951 to 2011.
The group show Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible addresses a subject critical to artistic practice: the question of when a work of art is finished.
An exhibition of photographs by Cy Twombly at Gagosian London on Davies Street, to coincide with paintings, sculptures, and works on paper at the new Grosvenor Hill gallery.
An exhibition of paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Cy Twombly for the opening of the new gallery at Grosvenor Hill in Mayfair.
The first retrospective in Italy of photographs by Cy Twombly, this focused exhibition features work spanning over fifty years.
This exhibition showcases the artist’s monumental painting Treatise on the Veil (Second Version), executed in Rome in 1970, and its related drawings, all from the Menil Collection in Houston.
The works made by Cy Twombly in Capri during the summer of 1970 are on display in Villa Malaparte for only one evening.
The first major solo exhibition in Japan by Cy Twombly. This exhibition was first held in 2003 at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Cy Twombly's work returns to Venice with a major monographic exhibition at Ca' Pesaro.
The exhibition, presented in collaboration with the Cy Twombly Foundation, comprises a group of the last paintings and sculptures of the late Cy Twombly, many of which have never been seen publicly.
Following the wishes of the American artist Cy Twombly, who died in 2011, the Cy Twombly Foundation has made a major gift of works to Tate.
Solo show at Museum Jumex Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.
An exhibition curated by Jeremy Lewison and organised by Moderna Museet in collaboration with Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and Tate Liverpool.
Cy Twombly was given the honor of designing a painting for the Salles des Bronzes Antiques, one of the Louvre’s largest galleries.