Cy Twombly

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Straw­ber­ries, tulips and lemons – sub­jects pho­tographed by Cy Twombly from 1985 to 2008 in Rome and Gaeta – re­veal how the cel­e­brated Amer­i­can artist cap­tured mo­ments of day-to-day life with such earnest­ness even when he was a stu­dent, at the Gagosian Gallery through July 29. Be­gin­ning in the early 1990s, Twombly used spe­cial­ized copiers to en­large his Po­laroid im­ages on matte pa­per, re­sult­ing in sub­tle dis­tor­tions that ap­prox­i­mate the time­less qual­i­ties of his paint­ings and sculp­tures. Open­ing hours are Tues­dayFri­day 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Satur­day 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Gagosian Gallery, 3 Mer­lin, Kolon­aki, tel 210.364.0215,

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