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Gerry Judah

 

Gerry Judah (b.1951)

 

Born in 1951, Calcutta, India

Lives and works in London, UK

 

EDUCATION

1975–1977 - MPhil, Sculpture; Slade School of Fine Art, UCL

1972–1975 - BA, Fine Art; Goldsmiths College, University of London

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 - Fragile Lands, Encounter Contemporary, Westbourne Grove, London UK

2015 - Fragile Lands, Encounter Contemporary, Copeland Gallery, London UK

2014 - Great War Sculptures, St Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK

2010 - The Crusader, Imperial War Museum, Manchester, UK

2010 - Country, Fitzroy Gallery, New York, USA

2009 - Babylon, Flowers East Gallery, London, UK

2009 - Country, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, UK

2007 - Motherlands, Louise T Blouin Foundation, London, UK

2007 - Angels, British High Commission, Delhi, India

2006 - Angels, Royal Institute of British Architects, London, UK

2005 - Frontiers, Timber Yard, London, UK

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 - Dead: the celebration of mortality, Saatchi Gallery, UK

2013 - Tipping Point with Simon Starling, Darren Almond, Anya Gallaccio, Heather and Ivan Morison, Katie Paterson, Lori Nix, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK

2010 - Perspectives, Hyatt Regency, London, UK

2009 - Small is Beautiful, Flowers East Gallery, London, UK

2009 - Meltdown, Flowers East Gallery, London, UK

2009 - Metro-Land, Merriscourt Gallery, Oxford, UK

2008 - Concrete and Glass, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, UK

2008 - Art and Architecture, Belgravia Gallery, London, UK

2007 - Mediteraneo, Italian Cultural Institute, London, UK

2007 - David Roberts Foundation Inaugural Exhibition with Anselm Kiefer, Anthony Gormley, Boyle Family, Hyungkoo Lee, One One One Gallery, London, UK

2007 - Avatar of Sacred Discontent, Hillgate Gallery, London, UK

1979 - Wood, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK

1978 – Succah, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK

1977 – Group Exhibition, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK

 

COMMISSIONS

2015 - Mazda, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2014 - St Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK

2014 - Mercedes Benz, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2013 - The Coca–Cola Company, burn Yard, Budapest, Hungary

2013 - Porsche, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2012 - Lotus, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2012 - BT ArtBox, Tower of London, UK

2012 - Red Knight, St Mary Brookfield, London, UK

2011 - Jaguar, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2010 - Alfa Romeo, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2009 - Audi, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2008 - Land Rover, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2007 - Toyota, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2005 - Honda, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2004 - Rolls Royce, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2003 - Ford, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2002 - Renault, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2001 - Mercedes-Benz, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2000 - Atrium Sculpture, Sterling Square, London, UK

2000 - Jaguar, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

2000 - Sustrans and London Borough of Greenwich, Linkbridge,

Woolwich Dockyard, London, UK

1999 - Audi, Goodwood Festival of Speed, UK

 

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Charles Saatchi Collection, London, UK

Aditya and Megha Mittal, London, UK

David Roberts Foundation, London, UK

Anita and Poju Zabludowicz, London, UK

Eskander and Fatima Maleki, London, UK

David and Francoise Winton, London, UK

The Earl of March, Goodwood, UK

Roger and Susan Walters, London, UK

Chris Drake, Sussex, UK

Zaza Jabre, Beirut, Lebanon

Gilad and Cheryl Hayeem, New York, USA

Irena Hochman, New York, USA

Bobby Kapoor, Delhi, India

Joe Blum, London, UK

Richard Harrington MP, London, UK

Dennis Krings-Ernst, London, UK

Dipak Tanna, London, UK

 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS 

Arts Council England, UK

Imperial War Museum, London, UK

Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia

Cass Sculpture Foundation, UK

Centre for Arts, Tel-Aviv, Israel