Gerald Laing - On the Bowery
  • Gerald Laing - On the Bowery

    GERALD LAING (1936-2011)

    On the Bowery, 1971
    silkscreen on Schoellers Parole paper, edition of 100 + 20 AP
    signed and numbered
    25.5 x 25.5 in || 64.8 x 64.8 cm (paper size)

     

    This print is sold unmatted and unframed and includes free shipping in a reinforced PrintPad box within the continental US.
    Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC.

     

    Gerald Laing (1936-2011) was a British pop artist and sculptor whose brief time in the Pop art movement informed his forty-year-long interests in minimalist sculpture. 

     

    His inclusion for the On the Bowery portfolio composes black, electric yellow, and silver aluminum paper in a style reminiscent of American automobiles mixed with the hard-edge, minimalist painting movement of the 1960s.
     

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    On the Bowery, 1971, is a landmark artist portfolio compiled by William Katz and Eliot Elisofon that surveyed ten artists living on the Bowery in 1971, including: Cy Twombly, Robert Ryman, Will Insley, Robert Indiana, Les Levine, John Willenbecher, Charles Hinman, Richard Smith, Gerald Laing, and John Giorno. 

     

    In the accompanying essay to the portfolio, William Katz writes:
    “The artistic life on the Bowery is active and diverse: small experimental theaters dot the upper end of the street and several modest art galleries have opened. Among other artists, writers and photographers who have lived or worked there are: Arman, Jack Brusca, Larry Calcagno, Pierre Clerk, George Cohen, Tom Doyle, Jean Dupuy, Janet Fish, Robert Frank, Adolf Gottlieb, Eva Hesse, Jill Johnston, Stanley Landsman, Roy Lichtenstein, Jay Maisel, Ed Meeneley, Malcolm Morley, Kenneth Noland, Joe Overstreet, Paul Potash, Angelo Savelli, Dinah Smith, Gene Swenson, Robert Thomson, Bob Watts, Tom Wesselmann, Ann Wilson and Irene Winter.

     

    Like other "undeveloped" pockets in New York, the Bowery and its neighborhood have become too valuable to escape being noticed.”

      $1,200.00Price

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