Catalogue Raisonnés


Mario Amaya, Pop as Art: A Survey of the New Super Realism, Studio Vista, London, 1965. chevron_right
Mario Amaya, Pop Art… And After, Viking Press, New York, 1965. chevron_right
Lucy R. Lippard, Pop Art, Thames and Hudson, London, 1966. chevron_right
Christopher Finch, Pop Art: Object and Image, Studio Vista, London, 1968. chevron_right
Christopher Finch, Image as Language: Aspects of British Art 1950–1968, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1969. chevron_right
Michael Compton, Pop Art, Hamlyn, London, 1970. chevron_right
Van Deren Coke, The Painter and the Photograph: From Delacroix to Warhol, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1972. chevron_right
Gerald Laing, Kinkell: The Reconstruction of a Scottish Castle, Latimer New Dimensions (1st edition 1974) and Ardullie House (2nd edition 1984), London (1974) and Dingwall (1984), 1974. chevron_right
Udo Kultermann, The New Painting, Westview Press, trans. by Wesley V. Blomster, Boulder, 1977. chevron_right
Edward Lucie-Smith, Art Now: From Abstract Expressionism to Superrealism, William Morrow, New York, 1977. chevron_right
David L. Lewis and Laurence Goldstein (eds.), The Automobile and American Culture, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1983. chevron_right
The Tate Gallery 1982–84: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, Tate Gallery, London, 1986. chevron_right
Marco Livingstone, Pop Art: A Continuing History, Thames & Hudson, London, 1990. chevron_right
Timothy Clifford and Fiona Pearson, Virtue and Vision: Sculpture and Scotland 1540–1990Edinburgh, 1991. chevron_right
William Chapin Seitz, Art in the Age of Aquarius, ed. by Marla Price, Washington D.C., 1992. chevron_right
Judith Goldman, The Pop Image: Prints and Multiples, Marlborough Graphics, New York, 1994. chevron_right
Anthony Haden-Guest, True Colors: The Real Life of the Art World, Atlantic Monthly Press, New York, 1998. chevron_right
Lesley Astaire and Roddy Martine, Living in the Highlands, Thames & Hudson, London, 2000. chevron_right
James Meyer, Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2001. chevron_right
John A. Walker, Art and Celebrity, Pluto Press, London, 2002. chevron_right
Philip Ward-Jackson, Public Sculpture of the City of LondonLiverpool, 2003. chevron_right
Dean Sobel, One Hour Ahead: The Avant-Garde in Aspen, 1945–2004, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, 2004. chevron_right
Mark Francis and Hal Foster (ed.), Pop, Phaidon, London, 2005. chevron_right
Lindsey Ingram and Rupert Halliwell (eds.), Gerald Laing Prints and Multiples: A Catalogue Raisonné, Sims Reed Ltd, London, 2006. chevron_right
Mark Lennox-Boyd, Sundials: History, Art, People, ScienceLondon, 2006. chevron_right
Eric Richards, Debating the Highland Clearances, Oxford University Press, Edinburgh, 2007. chevron_right
Julia Bigham, Pop Art Book, Black Dog Publishing, London, 2007. chevron_right
James Holland-Hibbert, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert: Modern British ArtLondon, 2007. chevron_right
David Bindman (general ed.), Chris Stephens (ed.), The History of British Art: 1870–Now, Yale Center for British Art, London, 2008. chevron_right
Diana Newall/Grant Pooke, Art History: The Basics, Routledge, 2008. chevron_right
James Holland-Hibbert, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert: Modern British ArtLondon, 2009. chevron_right
Craig Richardson, Scottish Art Since 1960: Historical Reflections and Contemporary Overviews, Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, 2011. chevron_right
Howard L. Malchow, Special Relations: The Americanization of Britain?, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 2011. chevron_right
Grant Pooke, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction, Routledge, London, 2012. chevron_right
Patrick Collins, Among the Fans: From Ashes to the Arrows, a year of watching the watchers, Bloomsbury Publishing, London, 2012. chevron_right
Carving in Britain from 1910 to Now, The Fine Art Society, London, 2012. chevron_right
Christopher Bray, 1965: The Year Modern Britain was Born, Simon and Schuster, London, 2014. chevron_right
Catherine Jolivette (ed.), British Art in the Nuclear Age, Ashgate, Burlington, 2014. chevron_right
James Hunter, Set Adrift Upon the World: The Sutherland Clearances, Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh, 2015. chevron_right
David Knight (ed.), with essays by Michael Findlay, Lyndsey Ingram, David Knight and Marco Livingstone, Gerald Laing: Catalogue Raisonné, The Estate of Gerald Laing in association with Lund Humphries, London, 2017. chevron_right
John J. Curley, Global Art and the Cold War, Laurence King, 2019. chevron_right

Exhibition Catalogues

Paintings by Schmuel Dresner and Gerald Laing, St Martin’s Gallery, London, 16th July 1962London, 1962. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1963. chevron_right
Contemporary British Painting and Sculpture from the Collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, 1964. chevron_right
Four Young Artists, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1964. chevron_right
Highlights of the 1965–66 Art Season, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, 1966. chevron_right
Kynaston McShine, Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors, The Jewish Museum, New York, 1966. chevron_right
26th Annual Exhibition of the Society for Contemporary American Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, 1966. chevron_right
Wim Crouwel, Vormen van de kleur/New Shapes of Color, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1966. chevron_right
University of Illinois, Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1967. chevron_right
Nuove Tecniche d’Immagine, Palazzo dei Congressi, San Marino, 1967. chevron_right
Englische Kunst, Galerie Bischofberger, Zürich, 1967. chevron_right
Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture 1969, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 1969. chevron_right
Gerald Laing - Solo Exhibition, Galerie M.E. Thelen, Essen, 1969. chevron_right
1968 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1969. chevron_right
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, The Highway, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1970. chevron_right
Monumental Art, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1970. chevron_right
Gerald Laing and Alasdair Hamilton, 1971: Gerald Laing, The Scottish Arts Council, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 1971. chevron_right
Laing Mylius Scobie: Sculpture at Cleish, Cleish Castle, near Kinross, 1975. chevron_right
An Exhibition of Sculpture by Gerald Laing at the Edinburgh Festival 1978, Nevisprint Ltd., Gladstone Court, Edinburgh, 1978. chevron_right
Objects and Constructions: Selected Scottish Sculpture, Edinburgh College of Art, 1978. chevron_right
Sculpture in the Highlands: Landmark and Glenshee, The Landmark Sculpture Park, Carrbridge, 1980. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Paintings & Sculpture 1963–1983, Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, 1983. chevron_right
Robert Rosenblum, Gregory Hedberg and Emily Tremaine., The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters, The Spirit of Modernism, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, 1984. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: A Retrospective 1963–1993, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 1993. chevron_right
David Mellor, The Sixties Art Scene in London, Phaidon Press Ltd., Barbican Art Gallery, London, 1993. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Portraits, Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd, London, 1993. chevron_right
Images from Space, Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1995. chevron_right
David Mellor, Laurent Gervereau and others (eds.), The Sixties: Britain and France, 1962–1973: The Utopian Years, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 1997. chevron_right
Marco Livingstone, Pop 60s: Travessia Transatlântica/Transatlantic Crossing, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, 1997. chevron_right
Jasmine Moorhead (ed.), Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from the Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1999. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Sculpture 1968–1999, The Fine Art Society, London, 1999. chevron_right
David Brauer, Jim Edwards, Christopher Finch, Walter Hopps, Pop Art: U.S./U.K. Connections, 1956–1966, The Menil Collection, Houston, 2001. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Sculpture at Chisenbury Priory, Chisenbury Priory, 2002. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: From 1963 to the Present, Bourne Fine Art, Edinburgh, 2004. chevron_right
Marco Livingstone and Walter Guadagnini, Pop Art UK: British Pop Art 1956–1972, Galleria Civica di Modena, 2004. chevron_right
Chris Stephens and Katharine Stout (eds.), Art & the 60s: This Was Tomorrow, Tate Britain, London, 2004. chevron_right
Marco Livingstone, British Pop, Museo De Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao, 2005. chevron_right
Space, Speed, Sex: Works from the early 1960s by Gerald Laing, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London, 2006. chevron_right
Space, Speed & Sex: Prints & Multiples 1965–1976, Sims Reed Gallery, London, 2006. chevron_right
Walter Guadagnini, Pop Art 1956–1968, Scuderie de Quirinale, Rome, 2007. chevron_right
Paul Moorhouse, Pop Art Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, London, 2007. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: New Paintings for Modern Times, ocontemporary Gallery, London, 2008. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Sculpture 1965–1978, The Fine Art Society, London, 2008. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Graphics, Morton Metropolis, London, 2010. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Drawings 1942–2010, Sims Reed Gallery, London, 2010. chevron_right
Gerald Laing: Prints and Multiples, Sims Reed Gallery, London, 2012. chevron_right
Carving in Britain from 1910 to Now, The Fine Art Society, London, 2012. chevron_right
Marco Livingstone and Amanda Lo Iacono, When Britain Went Pop. British Pop Art: The Early Years, Christie's King Street, London, 2013. chevron_right
Gerald Laing 1936–2011: A Retrospective, The Fine Art Society, London, 2016. chevron_right