Affordable Gifts by Gallery Artists
December 16, 2009January 16, 2010

Also on view is a reinstallation of Joel Shapiro's new screenprints. 

 

Left to right: Boat, Bird, Mother and Child (a), Boat, Bird, Mother and Child (h), Boat, Bird, Mother and Child (g)
November 10, 2009December 12, 2009

The nine colorful screenprints recently created by Joel Shapiro in collaboration with the Los Angeles-based artist workshop, Gemini G.E.L. will be on view from November 10 – December 12, 2009 at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl.  

Joel Shapiro is perhaps best-known for his large sculptures in which he uses color and form to highlight and set apart individual elements of the work of art. He has flawlessly brought this same sculptural language to a new series of works on paper, entitled Boat, Bird, Mother and Child.

Left to Right: Robert Gober – Untitled, 2000; Untitled, 2000; Untitled, 2002.
October 8, 2009November 7, 2009

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl is pleased to present The Address Book, a new editioned work by French conceptual artist Sophie Calle, on view in the gallery from October 8 through November 7, 2009. Published by Gemini G.E.L. in a limited edition of 45, this work is the result of a first-ever collaboration between Calle and the Los Angeles-based artist workshop Gemini. Comprised of several components, fundamentally it is a revisitation of her engaging collection of stories, photographs and interviews published daily in August 1983 in the French newspaper Libération.  

Left to Right: James Rosenquist – Amusement Stops, 1982; Ken Price – Lizard Cup, 1971; Richard Serra – Paths & Edges #4, 2007; Jump Start, 1996; Paths & Edges #9, 2007; Paths & Edges #7, 2007
July 24, 2009October 3, 2009

Since 2000, the Private Sale has become an annual summertime event that collectors eagerly anticipate. Editioned sculptures and framed prints, ready to take home for immediate summer enjoyment, are offered at significantly reduced prices.

Left to Right: Richard Artschwager – The Discovery of Left and Right, 2008; The Discovery of Up and Down, 2008; Port, 1991.
Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Jonathan Borofsky, Ann Hamilton, Ellsworth Kelly and Susan Rothenberg
June 4, 2009July 17, 2009

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl is pleased to announce an exhibition featuring six artists working in both 2 and 3 dimensions. The exhibition aims to present a coherent conversation between the relationship of print and object – both in the material processes and the conceptual underpinnings. Articulating the idea of a unified visual narrative within each artist's oeuvre, the gallery will be filled with a selection of prints and editioned sculpture by Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Jonathan Borofsky, Ann Hamilton, Ellsworth Kelly and Susan Rothenberg.  

Left to Right: Untitled, 2008; Paths & Edges #5, 2007.
April 2, 2009May 30, 2009

Richard Serra has once again pushed the boundaries of printmaking with his four new large-scale etchings printed and published by Gemini G.E.L. These four new prints will be on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl from April 2 to May 16, 2009, along with several examples of Serra's past print work from the Arc of the Curve (2005) and Paths and Edges (2007) series.

Left to Right: #6 and #7 from reach, 2005; gauge (brown), 2007; gauge (blue), 2007.
Reception for the artist and book-signing on March 19th, 6-8pm
February 12, 2009March 28, 2009

Ann Hamilton, perhaps best known for her large-scale and often site-specific installations, has continued her exploration of communication and sensory experience in her most recent project published by Gemini G.E.L. Her collaboration with the Los Angeles-based workshop produced a diverse body of new works, including three 3-dimensional objects and twenty-five prints, which Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl will exhibit from February 12 through March 28, 2009.

Left to Right: Hard Eight, 1975; Link, 1974; Photo-collage of the life of Robert Rauschenberg, photography by Sidney Felsen
December 13, 2008February 7, 2009

A Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg is a survey exhibition divided into two parts. Part One: Prints, on view October 23 through December 6, 2008, highlights his print series, from the first Booster and 7 Studies (1967) through his last, the Marrakitch suite of 2000. Part Two: Objects, on view December 13, 2008 through February 7, 2009, focuses on works other than 2-dimensional prints, all created in collaboration with the Gemini G.E.L. workshop.

From left to right: Robert Rauschenberg, Test Stone #7, 1967; Horsefeathers Thirteen-IV, 1972; Romances (Pomegranate), 1977
October 23, 2008December 6, 2008

A Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg is a survey exhibition divided into two parts. Part One: Prints, on view October 23 through December 6, 2008, highlights his print series, from the first Booster and 7 Studies (1967) through his last, the Marrakitch suite of 2000. Part Two: Objects, on view December 13, 2008 through February 7, 2009, focuses on works other than 2-dimensional prints, all created in collaboration with the Gemini G.E.L. workshop.

From left to right: Bruce Nauman, Untitled (From "Fingers and Holes" series), Floor Drain, Human Companionship Human Drain, Untitled (From "Fingers and Holes" series)
Significan Savings on Our Framed Print Inventory
July 16, 2008September 5, 2008
Sky, 1983; Coat, 1979
The Private Eye of Philip Guston: The Gemini Editions
May 14, 2008July 11, 2008

Shortly before his death in June 1980, Philip Guston collaborated with the renowned print studio, Gemini G.E.L., on a suite of twenty-five lithographs. These prints perfectly manifest the bold, figurative style of Guston's late work, which had sent shockwaves through the art world in 1970 as a radical departure from his trademark abstract expressionism.

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