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BEIRUT: "Cy Twombly: Photographs," the latest photography exhibition at the Sursock Museum, presents 30 snaps from the late artist's archive. Captured between 1985 and 2008, the photos are typical of Twombly's work, showing landscapes and other natural subjects as well as intimate rooms and other interiors.In the 1990s Twombly began using specialized copiers to enlarge his Polariod snaps, creating a blurry, distorted quality that became synonymous with his work.The foundation currently has several hundred of Twombly's photos, left to Del Roscio after Twombly's death.Twombly often produced several editions of the same photograph, Del Roscio noted, trying out different versions until he found one he liked, discarding some others altogether. "Cy Twombly: Photographs" is up at the Sursock Museum through May 7, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more, see sursock.museum.
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