Gallery 2 at the DLWP is currently hosting Cy Twombly's Quattro Stagioni, a cycle of paintings by one of America's greatest painters. These large works are over three meters in height each and represent the four seasons. Twombly spent most of his working life in Italy and was inspired greatly by modern European art. Few other artists have so ably represented so much in terms of both object and feeling with such seemingly simple marks. Using line and paint with freedom and feeling he created some of the greatest paintings of the 20th century.
These four large works are displayed on the four walls of the gallery space and there will also be a talk by art historian Colin Pink on 28 Nov.
Exhibition runs 24 Oct 2015 - 10 Jan 2016, free entry. Talk 28 Nov, 2pm, £7/£5.