28 September 2016

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Gerald Laing Honoured With First Posthumous Retrospective At Fine Arts Society

The first posthumous exhibition of the leading British Pop artist and sculptor Gerald Laing (1936 – 2011) has opened at The Fine Art Society in London on the fifth anniversary of his death. The exhibition features over 70 paintings and sculptures, including many of his most important works, the exhibition traces the entire trajectory of the artist’s career. Part […]

25 February 2012

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Stolen Gerald Laing Bronze Sculpture Recovered

We reported last week that a bronze statue by the late Pop Artist gerald Laing was stolen from the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow,in a opportunistic robbery. Well a member of the public has now found the artwork. Strathclyde Police confirmed on Friday that an anonymous tip-off from a member of the public led to […]

22 February 2012

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Gerald Laing Sculpture Latest Victim In Metal Theft Spree

A bronze sculpture by key British pop artist Gerald Laing has been stolen from Scotland’s most popular gallery – the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum  ‘Dreaming’, worth an estimated £20,000, was arf-inched from the first floor of the museum on Sunday at around 4.30pm. And it wasn’t until museum staff conducted their routine evening checks […]

27 October 2011

Affordable Art Fair Moves North

  From Battersea to Hampstead AAF proves art has mass appeal   Last night, the Affordable Art Fair broke into new London territory with the opening of its first ever fair on Hampstead Heath. This new fair – the fourth in the UK, and set to run from 27th to the 30th October – brings together 90 […]

11 October 2011

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Amy Winehouse Gerald Laing’s Pop Art Tribute

New exhibition explores Winehouse through the eyes of the media Gerald Laing’s current exhibition of paintings and drawings executed in 2008 document the public image of the late singer Amy Winehouse. Drawn to her celebrity by seeing the media depiction of the troubled singer, Laing says: “My work is concerned with the myth, and portrays […]