Eleonora Di Erasmo
Eleonora Di Erasmo is an art historian and curator. Since 2008 she has been working for the Cy Twombly Foundation, focusing in particular on the catalogues raisonnés of Twombly’s drawings (vols. 1–8) and sculpture (vol. 2). She runs the Foundation’s office in Rome and together with Nicola Del Roscio she recently curated the project Un/veiled: Cy Twombly, Music, Inspirations.
Cy Twombly: Imperfect Paradise
Eleonora Di Erasmo, cocurator of Un/veiled: Cy Twombly, Music, Inspirations, a program of concerts, video screenings, and works by Cy Twombly at the Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio, Rome, reflects on the resonances and networks of inspiration between the artist and music. The program was the result of an extensive three-year study, done at the behest of Nicola Del Roscio in the Rome and Gaeta offices of the Cy Twombly Foundation, intended to collect, document, and preserve compositions by musicians around the world who have been inspired by Twombly’s work, or to establish an artistic dialogue with them.