A detail from a painting by Rose Wylie, titled Yellow Strip, dated 2006.

Rose Wylie

At Aspen Art Museum

Rose Wylie’s first museum exhibition in the United States features fourteen paintings from the late 1990s to the present day, as well as a selection of preparatory drawings, sketches, and ephemera illuminating her creative process, on view at Aspen Art Museum through November 1. 

Curated by Max Weintraub, the exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue featuring a 2017 interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist, a brief epigraph by former Tate director Nicholas Serota, and an essay by Judith Bernstein. 

Read a recent interview with the artist in Apollo magazine.

An installation view from the exhibition titled Rose Wylie: where i am and was, at Aspen Art Museum in 2020.
An installation view from the exhibition titled Rose Wylie: where i am and was, at Aspen Art Museum in 2020.
An installation view from the exhibition titled Rose Wylie: where i am and was, at Aspen Art Museum in 2020.
An installation view from the exhibition titled Rose Wylie: where i am and was, at Aspen Art Museum in 2020.

Images: Installation views, Rose Wylie: where i am and was, Aspen Art Museum, 2020
Cover image: Rose Wylie, Yellow Strip, 2006 (detail)

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