19 June-14 Sept 2008. The Tate Modern dedicates a solo retrospective to Cy Twombly, providing an overview of his work from the 1950s to the present. Twombly emerged at the height of Abstract Expressionism and moved from the States to Italy in 1957, where he was inspired by the European literature and classical culture. The show focuses on those paintings, which explore the cycles associated with seasons, nature and the passing of time. Several key groups are brought together for the first time, such as Tate
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Cy Twombly: Cycles and Seasons.
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