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Un/veiled
Cy Twombly, Music, Inspirations

May 20–June 11, 2022
Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio, Rome
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Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio, in collaboration with Cy Twombly Foundation, is presenting Un/veiled: Cy Twombly, Music, Inspirations, a program of concerts, video screenings, piped music, and a series of works by Cy Twombly. The presentation is the result of an extensive three-year survey by Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio, at the behest of Nicola Del Roscio, that aims to collect, document, and preserve compositions by musicians from around the world who have been inspired by the work of Twombly or to establish an artistic dialogue with them. To visit the exhibition, e-mail roma@fondazionenicoladelroscio.it. To attend the concerts, access the schedule and bookings links at fondazionenicoladelroscio.it.

Cy Twombly, Roses (Gaeta), 2004 © Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio

Cy Twombly, Roses (Gaeta), 2004 © Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio

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