Choi&Lager Gallery (Cologne) showed work by Rose Wylie and Dale Lewis at Untitled Miami Beach 2017.
Wylie's work has been shown in innumerable museum shows over the past decade. She works with oil (mostly as far as I have seen) and in drawing. Art book publisher, Lund Humphries, are planning a monograph of Wylie's work. The book is to be "curated" (my term) by Tate curator, Clarrie Wallis. Read more about the artist at this piece in The Guardian.
Lewis often uses oil, acrylic and spray paints in his work. Murals reflecting the contemporary urban environment feature prominently in his collected works. While the style is obviously different there is something classical about his presentation. They call to mind religious work from the era between the Medieval and the Rennaissence. Imagine priests and saints instead of modern humans. He lives in London.