This Was Tomorrow: Pop Art in Great Britain
30 October 2016 – 19 February 2017 2016–7
Richard Hamilton’s trailblazing multimedia installation “Fun House” was realized for the exhibition “this is tomorrow” in London in 1956. Exactly sixty years later, the retrospective survey “This Was Tomorrow” at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg brings together not only painting, sculpture, collage, architecture, drawing and installation, but also film, music, television and photography in one multimedia, spatial mise-en-scène, to create a comprehensive panorama of Pop Art in Great Britain.
2016, Gerald Laing 1936–2011: A Retrospective, The Fine Art Society.
2012, Gerald Laing: Prints and Multiples, Sims Reed Gallery.
2011, Amy Winehouse, Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd.
2010, Gerald Laing: Drawings 1942–2010: A Retrospective, Sims Reed Gallery.
2010, Graphics, Morton Metropolis.
2008, New Paintings for Modern Times, ocontemporary Gallery.
2008, Gerald Laing: Sculpture 1965–1978, The Fine Art Society.
2008, Gerald Laing: War Paintings, The Mayor Gallery.
2007, Sex and Speed: British Pop from the 1960s, Mary Ryan Gallery.
2007, Gerald Laing: War Paintings, Galerie Beddekoetsje.
2007, War Paintings, Stolen Space.
2007, Gerald Laing: Iraq War Paintings, Globe Gallery.
2006, Space, Speed, Sex: Prints and Multiples 1965–1976, Sims Reed Gallery.
2006, Space, Speed, Sex: Works from the early 1960s by Gerald Laing, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert.
2006, Gerald Laing: Shock and Awe, oontemporary Gallery.
2005, Gerald Laing: Iraq War Paintings, Galerie Salvador.
2005, Gerald Laing: Iraq War Paintings, Spike Gallery.
2005, Gerald Laing: Iraq War Paintings, Kings College.
2004, Gerald Laing: From 1963 to the Present, Bourne Fine Art.
2002, Gerald Laing: A Selected Retrospective of 40 Years' Work, Kilmorack Gallery.
2002, Gerald Laing: Sculpture at Chisenbury Priory, Chisenbury Priory.
2000, Gerald Laing: Pop Prints, The Fine Art Society.
1999, Gerald Laing: Sculpture 1968–1999, The Fine Art Society.
1996, Starlets, Skydivers and Dragsters, Whitford Fine Art.
1994, Gerald Laing: The Galina Series, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
1993, Gerald Laing: Portraits, Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd.
1993, Gerald Laing: Pop Prints from the Sixties, Harris Gallery.
1993, Independent Gallery.
1993, Gerald Laing: A Retrospective 1963–1993, The Fruitmarket Gallery.
1990, Gerald Laing, The Scottish Gallery, London.
1989, The Scottish Gallery, London.
1987, Gerald Laing, Albert Totah Gallery.
1983, Gerald Laing, Joanne Lyon Gallery.
1983, Gerald Laing: Paintings and Sculpture 1963–1983, Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.
1982, An Exhibition of the Hamburg Triptych, 27–29 Blenheim Gardens.
1982, Gerald Laing: Hamburg Triptych (for the Edinburgh International Festival), Bannermans Bar.
1982, Gerald Laing: Sculpture, Bacardi Art Gallery.
1981, Gerald Laing: Sculpture, Gallery Camino Real.
1980, David Michie and Gerald Laing, The Scottish Gallery.
1979, Gerald Laing: Bronze Sculpture, Max Hutchinson Gallery.
1979, Max Hutchinson Gallery.
1978, An Exhibition of Sculpture by Gerald Laing at the Edinburgh Festival 1978, Gladstone Court.
1976, Zolla Lieberman Gallery.
1976, Max Hutchinson Gallery.
1973, University of New Mexico Art Museum.
1973, Arthur Tooth and Sons.
1971, Nan Duskin.
1971, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies.
1971, Contemporary Arts Center.
1971, 1971: Gerald Laing, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
1971, Multiples Inc..
1970, Richard Demarco Gallery.
1970, Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago.
1969, Gerald Laing - Solo Exhibition, Galerie M.E. Thelen.
1969, Witness, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1968, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1967, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1966, Kornblee Gallery.
1965, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1965, Gerald Laing: Paintings, Drawings, Constructions, Prints, Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago.
1964–5, Feigen-Palmer Gallery.
1964, First Jump Course (One Man Show), Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1964, Gerald Laing Prints, Institute of Contemporary Arts.
1963, Paintings of Photographs/Photographs of Paintings, Saint Martin’s School of Art.
1963, Gerald Laing: Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings, Laing Art Gallery.
2016–7. This Was Tomorrow: Pop Art in Great Britain, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.
2015. Pop in Space: We Choose to go to the Moon, Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
2013–4. Pop Art to Britart: Modern Masters from the David Ross Collection, Djanogly Art Gallery.
2013. The New Situation: Art in London in the Sixties, Sotheby’s.
2013. When Britain Went Pop. British Pop Art: The Early Years, Christie’s King Street.
2012–3. Carving in Britain from 1910 to Now, The Fine Art Society.
2012. On the Bowery, Westwood Gallery.
2010. Pop Protest: Art for an Anxious Age, Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
2007–8. Pop Art! 1956–1968, Scuderie del Quirinale.
2007–8. Pop Art Portraits, National Portrait Gallery.
2007. Sealladh 5, An Tuireann Arts Centre.
2006. London in the 60s, The Mayor Gallery.
2005–6. Aspects of British Abstract Art (1959–1966), Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain.
2005–6. British Pop, Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao.
2004. British Prints, The Fine Art Society.
2004. Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow, Tate Britain.
2004. Pop Art UK: British Pop Art 1956–1972, Galleria Civica di Modena.
2003–4. Global Village: The 60s (Village Global: Les Annees 60), Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
2001. Pop Art: U.S./U.K. Connections, 1956–1966, The Menil Collection.
1999–2000. From the Bomb to the Beatles - Britain 1945–1965, Imperial War Museum.
1999. Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Modern Art.
1999. Liberation and Tradition: Scottish Art 1963–1975, Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums.
1997. Les Sixties: Great Britain and France 1962–1973, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.
1997. Pop 60s: Travessia Transatlântica/Transatlantic Crossing, Centro Cultural de Belém.
1995. Images from Space, Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts.
1993. The Sixties Art Scene in London, Barbican Art Gallery.
1992. 500 Years of Design in Scotland, McLellan Galleries.
1991. Virtue and Vision: Sculpture and Scotland, 1540–1990, Royal Scottish Academy.
1990. Fralin Museum of Art, University of Virginia.
1990. Sculpture Exhibition, The Highland Council.
1989. The Scottish Gallery, London.
1988. Royal British Society of Sculptors.
1987. Royal Scottish Academy.
1986–7. Pop Art, Minimal Art, Etc., Artists in Residence in Aspen 1965–1970, Aspen Art Museum.
1984. Royal Scottish Academy.
1984. Barbican Art Fair, Barbican Art Gallery.
1982. Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts.
1981. Nancy Margolis Gallery.
1981. University of New Mexico Art Museum.
1981. Art 12 '81, .
1980. Sculpture in the Highlands: Landmark and Glenshee, The Landmark Sculpture Park.
1979. Royal Scottish Academy.
1978. Drawings for Outdoor Sculpture, Aspen Art Museum.
1978. Objects and Constructions: Selected Scottish Scuplture, Edinburgh College of Art.
1978. Cubist Syntax in the Seventies, Ingber Gallery.
1976. Four From The Art Faculty, University of New Mexico Art Museum.
1975. Laing Mylius Scobie, Cleish Castle.
1971. Kölner Kunst Markt/Cologne Art Fair/Cologne Foire d'Art, Kunsthalle Kunstverein Forum.
1971. Galerie Neuendorf.
1971. Photo-Graphics, University of New Mexico Art Museum.
1970. The Highway, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.
1970. Monumental American Sculpture, Cincinnati Art Museum.
1970. Peace Show, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
1969. Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1969. Big New York, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1968–9. 1968 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art.
1968. Macy's Great Festival of Great Britain: British Painting Here and Now, Macy’s.
1968. Museum of Contemporary Art (formerly The New Gallery).
1968. Prospect 68, Konrad Fischer Gallery.
1968. Richard J. Daley, Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago.
1968. Selections from the Collection of Hanford Yang, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
1967–9. British Drawings: The New Generation, Museum of Modern Art.
1967–8. Greek Gold Exhibition, Byron Gallery.
1967–8. Around the Automobile, Museum of Modern Art.
1967–8. 9th Bienal de Saõ Paulo, .
1967. Englische Kunst, Galerie Bischofberger.
1967. Nuove Tecniche D'Immagine, Palazzo dei Congressi, San Marino.
1967. Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1967. Art Objective, Galerie Stadler.
1966–7. Vormen van de kleur/New Shapes of Color, Stedelijk Museum.
1966. Banners, Marian Goodman Gallery.
1966. Selections from the John G. Powers Collection, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
1966. Highlights of the 1965–66 Art Season, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
1966. 26th Annual Exhibition of the Society for Contemporary American Art, Art Institute of Chicago.
1966. Four Seasons Restaurant.
1966. Contemporary Drawing, Contemporary Art Gallery: Loeb Student Center.
1966. Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors, The Jewish Museum.
1965. Far Out, Paintings and sculpture from the Collection of John G. Powers, New Jersey, State University College at Plattsburgh.
1965. Pop and Circumstance, Four Seasons Hotel.
1965. A New York Collector Selects ..., San Francisco Museum of Art.
1965. Museum of Contemporary Art, Nagaoka.
1964–5. Eröffnungsausstellung, Galerie Rudolf Zwirner.
1964 (and touring). The New Generation, 1964, Whitechapel Gallery.
1964. Artist Collects, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1964. First International Girlie Show, Pace Gallery.
1964. New Images, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.
1964. Gerald Laing, Keith Lingard, David Milne, Saint Martin’s School of Art.
1964. Stars for Freedom, Feigen-Palmer Gallery.
1964. Young Contemporaries 1964, RBA Galleries.
1964. Four Young Artists, Institute of Contemporary Arts.
1964. Contemporary British Painting and Sculpture, Albright–Knox Art Gallery.
1963. Third Paris Biennale of Young Artists, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
1963. Young Contemporaries 63, RBA Galleries.
1962. Paintings by Shmuel Dresner and Gerald Laing, St Martin’s Gallery.