[February 7 2022]
British artist Rose Wylie’s latest work highlights the interchange between painting and sculpture. In the past 5 years, Wylie’s move into sculpture derives from her dense handling of paint and frequent use of collage elements in her paintings. Working in three dimensions represents a further act of translation from original image to painting to sculpture that equally brings out the formal qualities of these shapes as well as their symbolic resonances, extending her distinctive visual language to the realm of the viewer.
On view now until February 19 at David Zwirner
24 Grafton Street, London
Views by Jack Hems