Alison Wilding

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    Alison Wilding, Crate 3, 2001 Gouache, inks and charcoal on paper, 55.5 x 76 cm © Alison Wilding 2013. All rights reserved. Courtesy of the artist and Karsten Schubert, London

Alison Wilding (b. 1948, Blackburn) lives and works in London. Wilding studied at Nottingham College of Art from 1967- 1968, Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, Bromley, Kent from 1968- 1971 and at the Royal College of Art, 1971- 1973. Alison Wilding was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1988 and 1992. Since 1999 she is a member of the Royal Academy. Her first major solo exhibition was held at Serpentine Gallery, London in 1985 and her first international solo show was held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1987. Recent solo exhibitions include venues such as Roche Court, Salisbury (2011), Karsten Schubert, London (2010; 2008), Rupert Wace Ancient Art, London (2006), North House Gallery, Manningtree, Essex (2006),  Henry Moore Foundation Studio, Dean Clough, Halifax (2000-01). Wilding’s work is part of important public collections including those of Arts Council of Great Britain, British  Council, Tate Britain, FRAC Pay de la Loire, France, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, Leeds City Art Gallery, Henry Moore Institute, Abboot Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Kendal.  

Last updated: 15.02.2017


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