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4 Reasons to Collect Rose Wylie, Currently on View at The Serpentine


4 Reasons to Collect Rose Wylie, Currently on View at The Serpentine
Rose Wylie. Image via

Four reasons to collect the work of Rose Wylie:

1. Finding recognition for her paintings later in life, Rose Wylie (born 1934, UK) currently has a solo exhibition at The Serpentine. The exhibition, "Quack Quack," was accompanied by a slew of programming, including a conversation with super-curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, and a publication that featured texts by artists like Tal R, Alvaro Barrington, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. 

2. “The freedom and courage of Rose Wylie shows a way forward for painting in this century,” writes The Guardian.

3. Comedian Stewart Lee spoke with Rose Wylie on BBC Radio 4. Listen to it here!

4. Wylie’s paintings are inspired by a range of sources—from the Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill to a soccer game—and also draw from her own daily encounters and memories.

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