Rose Wylie

Rose Wylie (b. 1934, Hythe, Kent) studied at the Royal College of Art 1979-81. In 2011, she received The Paul Hamlyn Award. Selected exhibitions include: Space K, Seoul (2016); One Day Something Happened: Paintings of People, curated by Jennifer Higgie, Arts Council touring exhibition (2015- 17); Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College Dublin; the Armoury and Cologne Art Fairs; 3 Yellow Paintings, Union Gallery, London; Thomas Erben Gallery, NY (2015); TalR Studio Space, Copenhagen, Stadtische Galerie, Wolfsberg (2014); John Moores Painting Prize, prize winner (2014); Union Gallery, London (2013); Focus, Tate Britain (2013); Thomas Erben Gallery, New York (2013);  Haugar Museum,Tonsberg, Norway (2013); After Daphne, Rosenwald Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia (2012); Big Boys Sit in the Front, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings (2012); Rosemount, Regina Gallery, Moscow (2012); One Painting and Six Works on Paper, Vous Etes Ici Gallery, Amsterdam (2011); Picture on the wall…, Michael Janssen Gallery, Berlin (2011); What with What, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York (2010); Film Note, Union Gallery, London (2010); Art Everywhere (2010); Rose Wylie & video with Savannah Miller, NMWA Washington DC & Union Gallery, London (2010); and Twenty8Twelve, London (2010). Wylie’s work is part of many collections, including: Tate Britain, Wolfsberg Cont. Art Museum, Hammer Collection, Jerwood Foundation, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC, Royal College of Art, London, Print Collection, Arts Council of England, University College, Oxford, and JCR amongst others.

Last updated: 15.02.2017


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