Gerry Judah was born in 1951 in Calcutta, India. He studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London in 1975 and Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London from 1975–77. Gerry Judah lives and works in London.
Gerry Judah has exhibited at the following galleries and institutions, amongst others: Saatchi Gallery; Copeland Gallery; St Paul’s Cathedral; Tipping Point with Simon Starling, Darren Almond, Anya Gallaccio, Heather and Ivan Morison, Katie Paterson, Lori Nix; Wolverhampton Art Gallery; Imperial War Museum; Hyatt Regency; Fitzroy Gallery; Flowers East Gallery; Wolverhampton Art Gallery; Shoreditch Town Hall; Belgravia Gallery; Louise T Blouin Foundation; British High Commission; Italian Cultural Institute; David Roberts Foundation Art Foundation with Anselm Kiefer, Anthony Gormley, Boyle Family, Hyungkoo Lee; Royal Institute of British Architects; Yorkshire Sculpture Park; Camden Arts Centre.
Judah’s work is strongly theatrical, drawing upon influences from the ornate Indian architecture seen during his youth as well as the time spent as an adult as a set designer and decorator. Working in film, television, theatre, and museums, he created settings for organisations and individuals including the BBC, Channel Four, British Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Imperial War Museum, Millennium Dome, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, Led Zeppelin, The Who, David Bailey, Sting and Ridley Scott Associates. He has also produced commissions at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed for Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Mercedes Benz, Renault, Ford, Rolls–Royce, Honda, Toyota, Land Rover and Alfa Romeo.