The gallery shows new editions as they are published, and has mounted many historical survey exhibitions, including A Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg: Prints and Objects; The Private Eye of Philip Guston: The Gemini Editions; Ellsworth Kelly: Diagonals and Panels 1970-1990; Claes Oldenburg: Editions in Two and Three Dimensions 1969-1995; Ken Price: Prints and Ceramics 1970-2005; Frank Stella: Prints from the 1960's & 70's; "The Venetians: Selections from Five Decades of Gemini G.E.L. Biennale Artists" and Robert Rauschenberg: Hoarfrost Editions 1974.
The gallery began in a by-appointment loft space on Crosby Street, followed by a relocation to West Broadway in the heart of Soho during the years 1990 to 2000. In January 2007, after six years in midtown, the gallery moved to 980 Madison, where it remained until July 2011. With the relocation to 24th Street in Chelsea in February 2012, a remarkable range of prints and multiples are presented in three distinctive spaces. The intimate Project Space is used for presentations of bodies of work that are small in scale and scope; the main gallery introduces new publications; and the West Gallery allows for longer-term installations of rarely-seen large-scale works - all visible proof that over its fifty-year history the Gemini workshop has offered artists the opportunity to create some of the most iconic and important editioned works imaginable.
The gallery continues to organize special events in conjunction with its exhibitions, including book-signings, “Q & A”'s with the artist and Gemini printers, as well as private docent-led tours through related museum retrospectives. The gallery also participates in a number of local and international art fairs throughout the year and has been a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) for over 25 years.