Frances Morris, Director, Tate Modern
|Medium||biro and coloured pencil on paper|
|Dimensions||29.7 x 21 cm|
|Bidding Open||Wed 12 April, 2017 at 10:00am|
|Bidding Ended||Wed 26 April, 2017 at 9:00pm|
Rose Wylie (b. 1934, Hythe, Kent). Studied at the Royal College of Art (1979-81) and the Folkestone & Dover School of Art. Awards include The Paul Hamlyn Award (2011); the John Moores Painting Prize; and the Wollaston Award. Select exhibitions include David Zwirner Gallery, London (2016); Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, UK (2016); Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK (2016); 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 (2015); Thomas Erben Gallery, NY (2015); Veneklasen/Werner, Berlin, Germnay (2015); NUNU Fine Art, Taipei (2015); Union Gallery, London, UK (2015); TalR Studio Space, Copenhagen, Stadtische Galerie, Wolfsberg (2014); Chou & Lager, Cologne (2015); 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 held in public collections including The British Council; 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; Walker Art Gallery-Liverpool; Zabludowicz Collection London; The Tulip Collection; David Roberts Foundation, London; Monsoon Collection; The New Hall Collection; York City Art Gallery; The Depart Foundation; Arrario Museum; Space K Foundation; University College, Oxford; and JCR.