Architectural / Monumental / Relief
Installation / Land / Site-specific
Julian Wild has exhibited at venues including: Chatsworth House (Sotheby's), Sculpture in the City, Canary Wharf, Modern Art Oxford, V22 and William Benington Gallery.
He has completed commissions for: Cate Blanchett, The University of Oxford, Modern Forms, Fidelity lnvestments, Cass Sculpture Foundation, Crest Nicholson, Wyeth Europa, Schroders Investment Management, Radley College, Oxford, Jerwood Sculpture Park, Sculpture in the Parklands in Ireland, Sir George Iacobescu, The Lightbox Gallery and Canary Wharf Group.
He was awarded The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Arts club Trust Studio Bursary from 2009-2012. He won an individual Arts Council Grant in 2011, in 2005 he was a finalist in the Jerwood Sculpture Prize and won the Millfield Sculpture Prize in the same year.
Julian Wild is a fellow of The Royal Society of Sculptors and was Vice-president from 2015-2019. He is Sculpture leader and a Senior Lecturer at The Art Academy London. He lives and works in Sussex, UK.
Julian Wild’s works allude to minimalist sculptures disrupted by interventions and gestures within their form. He often uses colour as an agent to exaggerate the contrast between interior and exterior or to give an object a presence in space.