Art does not seek to describe but to enact. —Charles Olson

Ulman in Mexico

From June 5 to October 12, the Museo Jumex in Mexico City is home to the first retrospective of the great Cy Twombly’s work in Latin America. As part of this occasion, Poto’s Erik Ulman is being honored with a portrait concert, which will be given at the museum on August 1 at 8 PM, and again on the afternoon of August 2 (time to be determined). Five works will be performed: Study for Eurydice, L’Extase de M. Poher, and Lacrimosa, the last of which is the “flute requiem” requested of Erik by Twombly; and the world premieres of Woodland Glade, dedicated to Twombly and named for two of his paintings, and Sinfonia Concertante, a large new work for nine instruments, which is inscribed to his memory. Several other members of the Poto community are taking part: Juan Cristóbal Cerrillo has been organizing the event, and cellist Séverine Ballon and pianist John Mark Harris will perform in the concert. There is little information as yet at the museum’s website:

Announcement in La Tempestad:

we will post more details here as they become available.