Issue 15 of Frieze D/E magazine features a review of Rose Wylie's work by Magdalena Kroner.
Article available in English and German.
UNION's May exhibition receives a comprehensive feature on the popular Arts and Lifestyle blog.
Rose Wylie: What Means Something
Seahyun Lee: New Works
17/5/14 - 16/6/14
Ms. van Riemsdijkweg 41A 1033 RC
A series of architecturally sensitive installations of contemporary art in the side chapels, confessionals and sacred space of the Votive Church in Vienna. The exhibition places art at the center of a critical dialogue between religious and non-religious perspectives on human sexuality, the body, desire and relationships.
25 April - 15 June
25 April - 7 June 2014
On May 14 2014, the Art Gallery of Ontario will debut Toronto’s largest Scott McFarland solo exhibition to date, featuring more than 25 large-scale photographs of rural and urban landscapes by the internationally acclaimed artist.
In conjuction with a display of her paintings at Tate Britain, artist Rose Wylie is in conversation with artist Cornelia Parker on her work, process and influences.
21-22 August 2013
The Eternal Idol: Photographing Eternity and Mortality
Kuwashima Tsunaki with Andi Sapey
64 The Close
Norwich NR1 4DH
ICA Culture Now - ROSE WYLIE
Artist Talk with Rose Wylie and TATE curator Clarrie Wallis.
Friday 26th July, 1pm at ICA , The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
THE NOTHING IS OUR STORY
20 Jun 2013 - 27 Jul 2013
GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC
7 RUE DEBELLEYME
K-MUSIC London's Festival of Korean Music
Uhuhboo Project + Pere Ubu
Sunday 16 June
275 Pentonville Road
In May 2013 Tate Britain will present an exhibition of new and recent work by painter Rose Wylie.
The exhibition will be displayed from May 2013 to Autumn 2013.
SW1P 4RG, London
Charles Mason 1962 - 2013
Please join the event to remember and celebrate Charles.
Sunday June 9th
7.30 - 9.30 pm
50-58 Vyner Street, London E2 9DQ
ANDREAS BLANK at CHOI&LAGER
20 April - 15 June 2013
Grundy Art Gallery
Tel: +44(0)1253 478170
HYUNJHIN BAIK at CHOI&LAGER Gallery, Cologne
24 February - 13 April 2013
For February 2013, Photomonitor is pleased to present a portfolio of images by Rut Blees Luxemburg, Black Sunrise - London Dust. "These photographs were taken in three cities between 2010 and 2012; New York, London and Belgrade. Thinking about the lumicity of each place, I tried to make visible certain connections and tensions, a visual knowledge, that reveals a potentially sinister and barred territory, yet also shimmers with the promise of a constructed desire, forever almost in reach."
Damon Packard's exhibition FOXFUR at Loris GbR, Berlin.
16 February - 16 March 2013
10115 Berlin - Germany