In 1991, a major retrospective of Wilding's work, Alison Wilding: Immersion – Sculpture from Ten Years, was held at Tate Liverpool. She was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1988 and 1992, and made a Royal Academician in 1999. Her only large-scale public artwork "Ambit" was installed in the River Wear at Sunderland in 1999, taking the form of a necklace of stainless-steel tubes floting in the river, and lit up from underwater at night. It was subsequently exhibited in the Manchester Ship Canal and is now in storage.
Alison Wilding: Art School Drawings from the 1960s and 70s , published by Ridinghouse to coincide with her exhibition of the same title at Karsten Schubert, London (9 June - 29 July 2011). Karsten Schubert is the artist's main agent.
Alison Wilding: Tracking , featuring essays by Judy Collins, Sam Porritt and Rod Mengham. Published by Ridinghouse.