BiographyRose Wylie (British, born 1934) studied at the Royal College of Art. Wylie represented Great Britain in Women To Watch, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C, 2010. Her first retrospective exhibition was held at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, 2012, and was followed by her BP Spotlight exhibition at Tate Britain, 2013, which led to museum shows in Philadelphia; Tonsberg, Norway; Städische Galerie, Wolfsberg, Germany; Tal R’s Project Space, Copenhagen; and the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin. In 2011, she was given the Paul Hamlyn Award, in 2014, she won the John Moores Painting Prize and in 2015 the Royal Academy Award. Wylie has work in private and public collections including Tate Britain, the Arts Council Collection, Jerwood Foundation, Hammer Collection, and York City Art Gallery.
Rose Wylie, VW (VeneKlasen/Werner), Berlin
What means something, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam
Rosemount, Regina Gallery, Moscow
After Daphne, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia University of the Arts Gallery, Philadelphia
Six Works on Paper and One Painting, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam