Featuring a selection of works from a distinguished private Munich collection, this small and elegant volume presents 35 of Cy Twombly's most essential photographs. Published to accompany a studio exhibition at the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden it assembles the artist's famous and favorite subjects: the interiors of the New York Fulton Street studio he shared with Robert Rauschenberg in the 1950s, his beloved peonies, interiors, landscapes in Lexington, Virginia, and Gaeta, Italy, and his sculpture and painting details. Lavishly printed and with an essay by art historian Helmut Friedel, the book offers a most poetic choice from Cy Twombly's photographic oeuvre at an unmatched gift price.
Helmut Friedel ist Direktor des Lenbachhauses in München. Er hat zahlreiche Publikationen herausgegeben.