Julian Wild

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Julian Wild has exhibited at venues including:

Chatsworth House (Sotheby’s), Sculpture in the City, Modern Art Oxford, Maddox Arts, William Benington Gallery, V22 and The Saatchi Gallery .

He has completed commissions for: Cate Blanchet, 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 Chelsea Arts club Trust Studio Bursary from 2009-2012. He won an individual Arts Council Grant in 2011, inn 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 The Royal Society of Sculptors was Vice-president from 2015-2019. He is the Sculpture Program Leader and Co-ordinator at The Art Academy, london. 

Julian lives and works in London and Sussex.


Essay by George Marsh and an interview by David Worthington for ‘Origin’ : a publication about the Sculpture commission for The University of Oxford 2017


Essay By Anne Elliott for the Exhibition ‘Stripping the Willow’, Canary Wharf, London 2015


Essay by Robert Clark, essay and interview with Dr. Michael Shaw for the exhibition ‘Incomplete Systems’, Burghley House, Lincolnshire, UK 2011.



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