Natalia de Wilde is an exhibition and book designer living in London. Renowned for her stylish and thoughtful approach, she has worked with a range of exceptional clients, world class artists, curators, museums, galleries and publishers. Among these are: The Royal Academy of Arts, the V&A, the National Portrait Gallery, Barbican, The Photographers’ Gallery, Gagosian, MoMA, Thames & Hudson and Little Sparta Trust.


Natalia designed the acclaimed exhibition Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things at the National Portrait Gallery in 2020, working alongside independent curator and writer Robin Muir. She believes in a research-led creative process to her work and approaches all of her projects in the same way, whether she is designing books or exhibitions. Natalia studied at Camberwell College of Arts and at the Royal College of Art and has worked in-house as a designer at Thames & Hudson, the V&A and the National Portrait Gallery.



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