Hugo Wilson is a British artist who works across a range of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and printmaking. His work explores issues of faith and belief and the associated structures of power, incorporating his wide-ranging interests in science, religion, culture, history, and memory. While he reveres the virtuosi of the Western artistic canon, his work suggests both a devotion to and subversion of this tradition.
Wilson has been included in shows from South Korea to Hungary, and is in private and public collections internationally, including the New York Public Library, The Library of Congress, Washington, and the Deutsche Bank Collection. He has had solo exhibitions at Galerie Judin, Berlin, Parafin in London, Project B in Milan, and Mihai Nicodim Gallery in Los Angeles.