About this exhibition

The colours that Wild uses reference the painted sculptures of modernists such as Judd and Caro. Drawing plays an important part in Wild’s practice; in his sculptures linear, coloured elements, articulate through space to describe form.

Julian Wild has been making sculpture for 30 years. After graduating from Kingston University, Wild worked as an assistant to Damian Hirst before developing his own career path. Wild has exhibited at venues including: Chatsworth House (Sotheby’s), Sculpture in the City, Canary Wharf, Modern Art Oxford, William Benington Gallery, V22 and The Saatchi Gallery.



He has completed commissions for: Cate Blanchett, The University of Oxford, Modern Forms, Cass Sculpture Foundation, Radley College, Oxford, Jerwood Sculpture Park, Sculpture in the Parklands in Ireland, Sir George Iacobescu, The Lightbox Gallery and Canary Wharf Group, to name a few.

Julian Wild is a fellow of The Royal Society of Sculptors and was Vice-president from 2015-2019. He is the Sculpture Pathway leader and senior lecturer at The Art Academy London. He lives and works in Sussex, UK.