14 July 2020

Gerry Judah: BENGAL The Four Elements Unveiled At Grizedale Forest Gallery

This solo exhibition brings together a striking body of work built over nearly a decade and originally commissioned by the Arts Council England. Visually forceful and sensitively crafted, Gerry Judah’s works poetically engage with prescient issues of climate change in India whilst also exploring the artist’s personal history.

29 June 2016


Artist Gerry Judah Creates Mega Sculpture For Goodwood Festival of Speed Centenary

Artist Gerry Judah was asked by BMW to come up with a sculpture, bigger and better than anything he’s done before, to commemorate the centenary at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in Chichester, West Sussex.  With over two hundred thousand visitors over one weekend, this is the global platform where the world’s most amazing motorsport machines are […]

30 June 2015


Gerry Judah Unveils Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 Sculpture

Gerry Judah’s the artist known for his relief sculptures of war torn zones and freestanding Indian shrines has again created the centrepiece at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which this year celebrates the Mazda Motor Corporation’s unique motorsport heritage with a powerful fusion of sculptural innovation and engineering precision. Locked in close contention, the rotary-engined 787B […]

20 March 2015


Gerry Judah: New Exhibition Engages With Pressing Geopolitical Issues of Conflict

Fragile Lands bring together a stunning collection of Gerry Judah’s highly acclaimed three- dimensional paintings with the newly created sculptural series Bengal. Visually forceful and sensitively crafted, Judah’s poetic works engage with pressing geopolitical issues of conflict and climate change, while remaining deeply personal. Judah has exhibited internationally in spaces ranging from the David Roberts […]

1 July 2014


Gerry Judah Creates Massive Sculpture For Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2014

The artist Gerry Judah has created a monumental motor racing themed sculpture for this years Goodwood Festival of Speed. Mercedes-Benz can trace its motorsport origins back through three centuries, to 1894, when Daimler engines powered the world’s first winners on the rough roads of France.  It’s appropriate then, that this year’s sculpture at Goodwood Festival […]

10 April 2014


Gerry Judah Unveils WWI Remembrance Sculptures At St Paul’s Cathedral

Gerry Judah’s has unveiled his much anticipated twin sculptures in the nave of St Paul’s Cathedral. The work has been installed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War.  Their white cruciform shapes evoking the meticulously maintained war graves of northern France and further afield, in fact represent an utterly […]

26 March 2014


Gerry Judah Installation Commemorates Great War Centenary At St Paul’s Cathedral

A major new memorial installation of two original sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist, Gerry Judah (b.1951), will be erected as part of St Paul’s Cathedral’s programme to commemorate the 2014 centenary of the beginning of the Great War (1914 – 1918). The two white cruciform sculptures, each over six metres high, will be installed on […]

12 September 2013


Artist Gerry Judah And Skateboarding Champion Rune Glifberg Create Joint Project

Combining art and skateboarding is not an easy task, but burn Yard, is going the extra mile. Pro skater Rune Glifberg and the world-renowned sculptor Gerry Judah are brought together for the first time to devise a piece of work that unites both their fields. Gerry knows nothing about skateboarding, but he’s learning fast. His […]

16 July 2013


Gerry Judah Creates Gravity Defying Sculpture For Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Goodwood is a name which is synonymous with the world of motor sport. It possesses a history dating back to the 1930s. This year the organisers of the festival have commissioned the London based artist Gerry Judah to create a sculpture for Porsche that represents speed and dynamism. The result is a spectacular gravity defying […]

13 May 2013


Gerry Judah Explores The Effects Of Global Climate Change In New Exhibition

A ‘tipping point’ is defined as the level at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable. This group exhibition centres on global climate change and showcases a range of artistic responses to the environmental and humanitarian issues associated with it, currently and in the future. TIPPING POINT is an exhibition which explores the ways that […]

21 March 2013


Simon Starling and Gerry Judah Explore Global Climate Change In New Exhibition

An exhibition exploring the effects of global climate change is to open at Wolverhampton Art Gallery on Saturday 11 May. Featuring artistic responses to this environmental issue, Tipping Point will include work by highly acclaimed international artists such as Turner Prize-winner Simon Starling and former Prize nominees Darren Almond and Anya Gallaccio, along with an […]

3 July 2012



It is 2012 and every year a different car company sponsors a centrepiece sculpture for the Goodwood Festival of Speed. This is the sixteenth in a row that Gerry Judah has designed and produced, and this year it is bigger, more daring and beautiful, and more spectacular than ever before. The sponsor this year is […]

28 December 2010


Gerry Judah First New York Solo Show

The English Artist Gerry Judah is exhibiting six large scaled monochromatic paintings/reliefs in his first New York show. This is the London-based artist’s first exhibition in the United States and will be on view until January 29 2011. The paintings are based on aerial photography, inspired by conflict – particularly in the Middle East, whether […]

7 July 2010



 Concept, design and production:  Gerry JudahConsultant Engineering: Capita Symonds  Fabrication and Installation: Littlehampton WeldingPhotography: David Barbour     The dramatic landscapes of India and the ornate architecture of its temples, mosques and synagogues with their theatrical rituals had a profound effect on Judah’s developing psyche which were later to resurface in his work. Austere, post-war London came […]