Rose Wylie

Born 1934 in Kent, England. Lives and works in Kent, England.

 

EDUCATION

1979-1981   Royal College of Art, London

1952-1956   Folkestone and Dover School of Art

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021   Rose Wylie, Museum Langmatt, Baden, Switzerland [catalogue] (March 2 – May 24)
               Rose Wylie: Which One, David Zwirner, New York [catalogue forthcoming] (April 29 – June 12)

2020   Rose Wylie: painting a noun..., David Zwirner, Hong Kong [catalogue] (January 9 – February 22)

               Rose Wylie: Let it Settle, The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida [catalogue] (January 28 –April 30)
               Rose Wylie: where i am and was, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado [catalogue] (July
1 – November 1)
               Rose Wylie: Hullo Hullo Following-on, Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul, South Korea (December 4,
2020 – March 28, 2021)
                                           [itinerary: Aram Nuri Arts Center, Goyang, South Korea (June 23 – September 26, 2021)]

2018   Rose Wylie, Tate Members Room, Tate Modern, London (opened March 27)
               Rose Wylie: History Painting, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, England (March 28 – May 26)

                                           [itinerary: Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Cornwall, England (June 9 – September15)]
               Rose Wylie: Lolita’s House, David Zwirner, London [limited edition zine] (April 20 – May 25)
               Rose Wylie: Hullo, Hullo, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, Spain [catalogue] (May 4
– September 9)
               Rose and Torey on Paper, The Journal Gallery, New York [two-person exhibition] (May 31 – June
26)

2017   Rose Wylie: Cupid & Fur Coat, Choi&Lager, Cologne, Germany (March 10 – May 7)
               Rose Wylie: Drawings, Christian Larsen, Stockholm (April 6 – May 13)
               Rose Wylie: Use What You’ve Got, Neue Galerie Gladbeck, Germany (May 5 – June 23)
               Rose Wylie: Yellow Sax, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy (May 31 – September 9)
                                           COLLISIONS: Fraser Taylor & Rose Wylie, Studio Pavilion, House for An Art Lover, Glasgow

                                           [two-person exhibition] [catalogue] (June 16 – July 16)
               Rose Wylie: The Curator is Present, Willas Contemporary, Oslo (August 24 – October 8)
               Rose Wylie: Quack Quack, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London [catalogue] (November 30, 2017 –
February 11, 2018)

2016   Rose Wylie, Turner Contemporary, Margate, England (January 12 – March 13)
               Rose Wylie: Tilt the Horizontal into a Slant, Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, Wales [catalogue] (February 13
– May 29)
               Rose Wylie: Queens & Chocs, Space K, Seoul (September 26 – November 30)
               Rose Wylie: Horse, Bird, Cat, David Zwirner, London (November 24, 2016 – January 7, 2017)

2015   Rose Wylie, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin [catalogue] (March 6 – May 13)
               Rose Wylie: Girl and Spiders, Thomas Erben, New York (April 2 – May 9)
               Rose Wylie: Yellow Desert Paintings, Union Gallery, London (April 3 – June 12)
               Rose Wylie: Yellow Bird and Leaves, NUNU Fine Art, Zhongzhen, Taipei (October 31 – December 6)

               Rose Wylie: Dressed to Kill, VW (VeneKlasen/Werner), Berlin (November 14, 2015 – January 16,2016)

               Galleri Star: Rose Wylie, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway

2014   Rose Wylie: What means something, Choi&Lager, Cologne (February 8 – March 29)
               Rose Wylie: What means something, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam (May 17 – June 14)
               Rose Wylie: Pink Girls, Yellow Curls, Nansensgade 62, Copenhagen (October 12 – November 13)

               Rose Wylie: Pink Girls, Yellow Curls, Staedtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Germany (October 14, 2014 – February 1, 2015)

2013   Rose Wylie, Woof-Woof, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway [catalogue] (January 19 – March 10)

               Rose Wylie - Works on Paper, Michael Janssen Gallery, Berlin (April 27 – June 1)

               Rose Wylie: Henry, Thomas, Keith & Jack, Union Gallery, London (May 11 – July 13)

               BP Spotlight: Rose Wylie, Tate Britain, London (May 14 – September 29)

2012   Rose Wylie: Rosemount, Regina Gallery, Moscow [catalogue] (February 3 – March 14)
               Rose Wylie, Big Boys Sit in the Front, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings [catalogue] (March 17 – July 1)

               Rose Wylie: After Daphne, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia University of the Arts Gallery(October 2 – November 20)

2011   Rose Wylie: Six Works on Paper and One Painting, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam (October 15 – November 27)

               Rose Wylie: Picture on the wall..., Michael Janssen Gallery, Berlin [catalogue] (September 9 – October 15)

               Evan Holloway, Rose Wylie, The Approach, London [two person exhibition] (September 2 – October 2)

2010   Rose Wylie: Film Notes, Union Gallery, London [catalogue] (January 30 – March 19)

               Rose Wylie: What with What, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York [catalogue] (October 14 –November 13

2008   Rose Wylie: Wear What You Like, Transition Gallery, London [catalogue] (October 11 – November 9)

2006   Rose Wylie: Paintings, Union Gallery, London [catalogue] (January 25 – March 25)

2004   Rose Wylie: Room Project - Twink & Ivy, Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England [catalogue] (February 7 – March 11)

               Roy Oxlade and Rose Wylie: Paintings, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, England [two person exhibition] (closed December 17)

1999   Rose Wylie: Lined Paper Paintings, Stephen Lacey Gallery, London [catalogue] (March 4 – April 10)

1998   Rose Wylie: Red Legs & Other Paintings, Abbotsbury Studios, Abbotsbury, Dorset, England (September 20 – December 17)

1995   Rose Wylie: Likeness in the Unlikeness, Reed’s Wharf Gallery / Stephen Lacey, London [two- person exhibition] [catalogue] (February 3 – March 4)

1985   Rose Wylie, Trinity Arts Centre, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021   The Turner Contemporary Open, Turner Contemporary, Kent, England (October 23 – February 20, 2022)

               Masterpieces in Miniature: The 2021 Model Art Gallery, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, United Kingdom (June 26 – Spring 2022)

               Drawing Biennial 2021, Drawing Room, London (June 21 – July 5)

               Mixing It Up: Painting Today, Hayward Gallery, London [catalogue] (September 9 –December 12)

               Comics Trip!, Collection Lambert, Avignon, France (February 20 – May 24)

2020   The Future is Female – Love Letters, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands (March 8 – September 13)

               Unbreakable: Women in Glass, Fondazione Berengo, Murano (September 5, 2020 – January 7, 2021)

               John Lennon’s Not Dead, The Stash Gallery, London (October 2 – October 26)
               Summer Exhibition 2020, Royal Academy of Arts, London (October 6, 2020 – January 3, 2021)

               20/20, David Zwirner, New York (October 29 – December 19)

2019   GIRL MEETS GIRL - KATHERINE BERNHARDT, KATHERINE BRADFORD, CAROLINE

                WELLS CHANDLER, ROSE WYLIE, Choi&Lager Gallery, Cologne (March 22 – April 28)

                Football Is Art, National Football Museum, Manchester, England (April 5 – October 27)

                GLASSTRESS 2019, Fondazione Berengo Art Space, Venice, Italy (May 9 – November 24)
                DAS KOLLEGIUM, Grafikstiftung Neo Rauch, Aschersleben, Germany (May 26, 2019 – May 3,
2020)
                Summer Exhibition 2019, Royal Academy of Arts, London (June 10 – August 12)
                Michael Jackson: On the Wall, EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Espoo, Finland (August 21,
2019 – January 26, 2020)
                Winter Group Show 2019/20, Linden Hall Studio, Kent, England [catalogue] (December 10, 2019 –
January 25, 2020)

2018   The Future is Female, Parts Project, The Hague [catalogue] (May 27 – July 15)

               250th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London (June 12 – August 19)

               ZÜNDUNG, Turps Gallery, London (July 21 – August 18)

2017   Drawing Island, The Journal Gallery, New York (February 16 – March 26)
                A New Subjectivity: Figurative Paintings after 2000, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York

               (February 24 – April 12) [itinerary: Fine Arts Center, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville,

                Arkansas (August 16 – September 22); Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University,

                Johnson City, Tennessee (October 16 – December 15)]

               Figure.Out: Charlie Billingham, Dale Lewis and Rose Wylie, Union Gallery, London [curated by William Gustafsson] (March 3 - April 15)

               31 Women, Breese Little, London (June 2 – July 31)
               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London (June 13 – August 20)

               Collateral Drawing 5, Beaston Projects, Folkestone, England (September 2 – November 5)

               Artist First | paper only | The Exhibition, Francis Boeske Projects, Amsterdam, Holland(September 10 – November 4)
               and per and Part XV: Louise Bourgeois & Rose Wylie, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (September 20
– 30)
               and per se and Part XVI: Rose Wylie & Frank Walter, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (October 11 –
21)

2016   The Conformist, Belmacz Gallery, London (February 23 – April 16)

               Imagine, Brand New Gallery, Milan (March 2 – April 2)
               RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London (April 8 - 15)

               Paper in Practice, Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles (April 9 – May 7)
               Aviary, Transition Gallery, London (April 23 – May 21)
               FOUND, Foundling Museum, London [curated by Cornelia Parker] (May 27 – September 4)

               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London (June 13 – August 21)
               Mixed Signals, Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm [curated by Shane Bradford]
(August 25 – October 7)
               Towards Night, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne (September 24, 2016 – January 22, 2017)

               Beyond the Cartoon, Cassina Projects, Milan (September 15 – October 29)
               Morten Viskum - Self Portraits, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway
(October 1 – December 30)

2015   Rose Wylie, Tom Anholt, Billy Childish and Ryan Mosley: The Islanders, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen (January 9 – February 21)

               Chantal Joffe Beside the Seaside, Jerwood Gallery, London (January 31 – April 12)

               Drawing Biennial 2015, The Drawing Room, London (March 5 – April 30)

               Demolition Derby, Fold Gallery, London (March 14 – April 18)
               Venice Biennale: Vita Vitale, Azerbaijan Pavilion, Venice (May 13 – November 26)

               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London (June 8 – August 16)

               Painting 1, 2, 3, Katherine Bernhardt, Rebecca Morris, Rose Wylie, Kate MacGarry, London(June 12 – July 18)
               Wet With Wet, The Observer Building, Hastings (July 19 – August 2)
               Boy Meets Girl: Zachary Armstrong & Rose Wylie, GYNP Artspace, Berlin
(September 12 – November 1)
               GIN3, 6Gins, Liverpool, England (September 25)
               One Day Something Happened: Paintings of People, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, England
[catalogue] (October 15 – January 8)
               Contemporary Drawings From Britain, Museum of Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, China
(December 1 – 6)

2014   Old tin cutlery before the invention of the fork, Breese Little, London (January 21 – February 22)

               All A Tremulous Heart Requires, ZieherSmith, New York (January 26 – August 15)
               30 x 2 / 40 x 2: Holy and Profane, NuNu Fine Art, Taipei (June 1 – August 17)
               Save Yourself!, Hannah Barry Gallery, London (June 26 – July 27)

               John Moores Painting Prize 2014, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England (July 5 – November 30)

               Art Everywhere, UK (July 21 – August 31)
               Collages by Modern British and Contemporary Artists, Wilson Stephens & Jones, London

              (October 15 – November 8)
              Show-Off, LeandaKateLouise, London (November 8 – 9)

2013   2Q13 Women Artists, Lloyds Club, London (September 18 – December 5)
               Characters: Portraits and People from the Arts Council Collection, The Holburne Museum,

               Roper Gallery, Bath, England (October 12, 2013 – January 7, 2014)


2012   Jonathan Meese, Peter Strauss, Rose Wylie, Ritter/Zamet Gallery, London (June 20 – August 4)

               Recent British Painting, Group Show, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam (October 18 – November 24)

2011   Drawing Biennial 2011, The Drawing Room, London (April 7 – May 18)

               15 Years Thomas Erben Gallery, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York (May 6 - June 4)

2010   Animated Matter, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York (February 25 – April 3)
               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 14 – August 22)

               Women to Watch–Body of Work: New Perspectives on Figure Painting, National Museum ofWomen

               in the Arts, Washington, DC (July 2 – September 12) In Dreams, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London (September 8 – October 2)

               Bart Wells Boutique, London (October 7 – 23)

2009   Drawing Biennial 2009, The Drawing Room, London (April 30 – May 20)
               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 8 – August 16)

               Turner Contemporary Open, Turner Contemporary, Margate, England (June 27 – September 6)

               The Figure Re-Figured, Christie’s, London (September)

2008   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 9 – August 17)

               Swans Reflecting Elephants, Kate MacGarry, London (July 5 – August 3)

2007   Drawing as Vital Practice: Drawings by Ten International Artists, Pitshanger Manor Gallery & House, London (January 19 – March 3)

               Project 4: Painted Ladies, The Surgery, London (March 10 – April 1)
               EAST International 2007, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England [catalogue] (July 14 – August 18)

               Multiple Discipline, Union Gallery, London [catalogue] (July 18 – September 8)

2006   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 12 – August 20)

               One Love: The Football Art Prize, The Lowry, Manchester, England (December 2, 2006 –March 25, 2007)

2005   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 7 – August 15)

2004   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 8 – August 16)
               EAST International 2004, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England [catalogue] (July 5 – August 21)

 

2003   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 2 – August 10)
 

2002   The Pizza Express Prospects, Essor Gallery Project Space, London (May 22 – June 1)
               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 11 – August 19)
               As it Seems, Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham, England (August 31 – October 13)

               Jerwood Drawing Prize 2002, University of Gloucester, Cheltenham, England (September 2 – 26)

               [itinerary: Jerwood Space, London (October 20 – November 10); mac birmingham,

               Birmingham (November 23, 2002 – January 5, 2003); Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow

               (January 14 –February 22, 2003); EICH Gallery, Hull (March 3 – April 4, 2003); Promenade

               Gallery, Salford Quays (April 12 –June 22, 2003)]

               Reverse Engineering, Pearl, London (November 22 – December 15)


2001   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 5 – August 13)

2000   Give and Take, Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston, England (April 15 – June 3)
               [itinerary: Jerwood Gallery, London (June 17 – July 30) and The Economist July 7 – August
20)]
               Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (May 29 – August 7)

               Not Enough, VELAN Center for Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy (opened November)

1999   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 7 – August 15)

1998   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 2 – August 16)

               Hullo Lawrence, Hullo Leo, Wrexham Arts Centre, Wales [itinerary: Aberystwyth Arts Centre,Wales]

1997   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 2 – August 16)

               Jerwood Painting Prize, Lethaby Galleries, Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design, London [catalogue] (September 30 – October 18)

1994   EAST International 1994, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England [catalogue] (July – September)

1993   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 6 – August 15)

1992   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 7 – August 16)

1991   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 9 – August 18)

               John Moores 17, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England (October 18, 1991 – January 19, 1992)

1990   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London (June 16 – August 19)

1988   Women & Water, Odette Gilbert Gallery London (November 2 – 28)


1982   Hayward Annual: British Drawing, Hayward Gallery, London (July 17 – August 30)

MONOGRAPH & SOLO EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

2021   Rose Wylie: Which One. David Zwirner Books, New York (exh. cat.) [forthcoming]
               Rose Wylie. Edited by Markus Stegmann. Museum Langmatt, Baden, Switzerland, and Hatje Cantz,
Ostfildern, Germany (exh. cat.)

2020   Rose Wylie: Let it Settle. The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, and the Royal Academy of Arts, London (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: painting a noun... Text by Michael Glover. David Zwirner Books, New York (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: where i am and was. Text by Judith Bernstein. Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado[digital publication] (exh. cat.)

2018   Rose Wylie: Hullo, Hullo... Texts by Fernando Francés and Alison Gingeras. CAC Malaga (Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Malaga), Malaga, Spain (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: Lolita’s House. David Zwirner Books, New York [limited edition zine] (exh. pub.) Rose Wylie. Text by Clarrie Wallis. Lund Humphries, London
                                           STEIDL-WERK No. 24: Collisions – Fraser Taylor & Rose Wylie. Edited by Alison Harley. Steidl,
Göttingen, Germany (exh. cat.)

2017   Rose Wylie: Quack Quack. Edited by Melissa Blanchflower and Agnes Gryczkowska. Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: Cupid & Fur Coat. Text by Karl H. Lötzer. Choi&Lager Gallery, Cologne, Germany (exh. cat.)

2016   Rose Wylie: Dressed to Kill. Veneklasen/ Werner, Berlin (exh. cat.)
               Rose Wylie: Tilt the Horizontal into a Slant. Texts by Cherry Smyth, Ben Rivers & Rose Wylie.
Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, Wales (exh. cat.)
               Rose Wylie: Queens & Chocs. Text by Liam Scully. Space K/ Kolon Industries, Seoul, South Korea
(exh. cat.)


2015   Rose Wylie. Texts by John Hutchinson & Sara Baume. The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (exh. cat.)

2013   Rose Wylie: Woof-Woof. Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway (exh. cat.)

2012   Rose Wylie: big boys sit in the front. Texts by Katie Kitamura, Phoebe Hoban & Rose Wylie. Jerwood Gallery, Hasting, England (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: Rosemount. Text by Tom Morton. Regina Gallery, Moscow (exh. cat.)


2011   Rose Wylie: Picture on the wall.... Text by Katie Kitamura. Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin (exh.cat.)

2010   Rose Wylie: Film Notes & Other Paintings, 2006 - 2009. Text by Martin Herbert. Union Gallery, London (exh. cat.)

               Rose Wylie: What with What, Paintings 1993 to 2010. Text by Luke Gottelier. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York (exh. cat.)

2008   Rose Wylie: Wear What you like. Text by Emma Dexter. Transition Gallery, London (exh. cat.)

2005   Rose Wylie: Some Drawings, 1987 - 2005. Union Gallery, London (exh. cat.)

2004   Rose Wylie: Twink & Ivy, and Other Paintings and Small Drawings: 1999 -2003. Text by Roy Exley.

                                           Interview with the artist by Giovanni de Paolo. Trinity Theatre (Gallery),Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England (exh. cat.)


1999   Rose Wylie: Lined Paper Paintings. Text by Jill Lloyd. Stephen Lacey Gallery, London (exh. cat.)

1995   Rose Wylie: Likeness in the Unlikeness. Reed’s Wharf Gallery, London (exh, cat,)

ARTIST’S TALKS & SPECIAL PROJECTS

2017   “Rose Wylie in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist,” Goethe-Institut, London, England
               “An Evening with Ben Rivers and Rose Wylie,” Tate Britain, London England
               “Only Artists: Rose Wylie and Stewart Lee,” BBC Radio 4

2016   “Rose Wylie, Ben Rivers, and Skye Sherwin in conversation,” The Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable, England

               “Rose Wylie in conversation with Alastair Sooke,” Turner Contemporary, Margate, England

               “Art in the City Talks - Rose Wylie,” Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts, Bristol, England

               “Contemporary Art Talks: Rose Wylie,” Goldsmiths University of London, London, England

2015   “Stanley Picker Lectures: Rose Wylie,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

2014   “Culture Now: Rose Wylie in conversation with Clarrie Wallis,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

               “John Moores Painting Prize: Talk Tuesdays with Rose Wylie,” Liverpool Biennal, Liverpool, England

2013   “Artist Talk: Rose Wylie,” Tate Britain, London
2010   “Rose Wylie and Savannah Miller in conversation,” Westbourne Grove Church, London

               [organized on the occasion of Women to Watch–Body of Work: New Perspectives on Figure Painting by

               National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, in association with Twenty8Twelve and Union Gallery, London]

SELECTED AWARDS

2019   Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

2015   Charles Wollaston Award

2014   Senior Royal Academician, Royal Academy of Arts, LondonJohn Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England

2011   Paul Hamlyn Prize for Visual Arts, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, London
2009   Columbia Threadneedle Prize [shortlisted]
2004   EAST International Print Commission
2002   Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Visual Arts, London [shortlisted]
2000   Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Visual Arts, London [shortlisted]
1999   The Sunny Dupree Family Award for a Woman Artist, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1998   Paul Hamlyn Prize for Visual Arts, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, London [nominated]

1997   Jerwood Painting Prize, Jerwood Visual Arts, London [shortlisted]Cheltenham Open Drawing exhibition [shortlisted]

1996   Cheltenham Open Drawing exhibition [shortlisted]

1993   Interiors, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, Joint First Prize


 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECITONS

Arts Council of England, London
British Council
David Roberts Foundation, London
Government Art Collection, UK
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Jerwood Foundation, London
Monsoon Collection, London
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC New Hall Collection, Cambridge, England

Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, United Kingdom
Royal College of Art, London
Space K, Seoul
Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Germany
Student Collection, Junior Common Room, University College Oxford, England Tate, London
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England
York City Art Gallery, York, England
Zabludowicz Collection, London