Curator Melissa Blanchflower will lead a guided tour of this exhibition of exuberant new paintings and works on paper by the celebrated British artist. “Few painters are more arrestingly, pleasingly odd,” Michael Glover writes in The Independent, “this show proves, at a stroke, quite conclusively, that . . . the future belongs to those women who have lived long enough to deserve it.”
The evening will include the launch of a special limited-edition zine published by David Zwirner Books to accompany the show. Titled Lolita’s House, the zine features Wylie’s animated brushstrokes on every page.
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