Saul Steinberg, Provincetown, 1984
January 15, 2000February 28, 2000

Thirteen lithographs and etchings by late artist Saul Steinberg will be on view from january 15th at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. Published over a period spanning 1984 to 1997, these prints survery the artist's collaborative efforts with the Los-Angeles-based artist's workshop, Gemini G.E.L.

Steingberg, whose death in May 1999 was marked by a front page obituary in The New York Times, saw the world metaphorically and expressed his perceptions of it through drawing.

From left to right: Richard Serra, Bessie Smith, 1999; Mojo, 1999; B.B. King, 1999; Al Green, 1999
November 3, 1999December 31, 1999

On view from November 3rd at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl is a one-person exhibtion of 15 new etchings by sculptor Richard Serra. The result of Serra's collaboration with the Los Angeles-based artists' workshop, Gemini G.E.L., the exhibition includes 9 "Rounds" and 6 "Torqued Ellipses", all large and highly-textured prints.  

Artist's Proof Announcement Card
May 4, 1999June 30, 1999

For more than twenty-five years photographer Sidney Felsen has documented his world of friends and associates who have been guest artists at Los Angeles' pioneering workshop, Gemini G.E.L. He has captured on film Richard Serra, Bruce Nauman, Ellsworth Kelly, Vija Celmins, Alan Ginsberg, Jasper Johns and more, working and playing in Los Angeles and beyond. They they became the most recognized figures of out era is, to Felsen, incidental to their friendship and to his desire to record a particular milieu on film.

Reliefs and Other Wall Works Announcement Card
Graham, Johns, Kelly, Kienholz, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg
March 10, 1999April 24, 1999
January 1, 1999March 31, 1999
Rauschenberg Pottorf 1998 Announement Card
October 20, 1998November 21, 1998

In December, 1997, artists Robert Rauschenberg and Darryl Pottorf spent nearly a week photographing Los Angeles for Rauschenberg's series of 12 screenprints, L.A. Uncovered, and for their collborative project of 4 screenprints, Quattro Mani. Guided by two retired police officers, they freely explored the diverse and multicultural city, capturing its ethnic colors, symbols, language, and celebratory spirits.

New Editions 1998 Announcement Card
September 12, 1998October 21, 1998

Five prints by Bruce Nauman and two ceramic multiples by Ken Price have just been published by the Los Angeles-based artists' workshop, Gemini G.E.L., and can be viewed at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl in New York City.

In this new body of work, Bruce Nauman further explores the imagery of hands, previously seen in an earlier series of Gemini prints, Fingers and Holes...  

Big Things 1998 Announcement Card
Selections by Gemini G.E.L. Artists
June 10, 1998September 4, 1998
Daniel Buren 1998 Announcement Card
January 29, 1998March 14, 1998

Works by the French Conceptual artist Daniel Buren, entitled 'Situated Lithographs', are on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl January 29th through March 14th. 

Buren is best known for his 'striped' imagery, alternating white and colored bands that are always vertical and exactly 8.7 cm (3 7/16'') wide. Buren calls the motif of these bands his "visual tool"; it is not the bands themselves that the artist wishes us to notice but instead they are meant to stimulate us to become sensitive to the location and structure of the rooms or the sites they inhabit.

Bruce Nauman Partial Truth Announcement Card
Partial Truth
November 5, 1997December 20, 1997

A Roman letter-font was selected by Bruce Nauman for the words PARTIAL TRUTH to be hand-carved into a Black Absolute Granite stone measuring 18'' x 24'' x 2''. The top surface of the stone is highly polished prior to the carving; the sides and bottom remain ruff-cut as recieved from the quarry. Nauman's intials, the edition number (the total edition size is 25) and the publisher's information (identification number, copyright) is sandblasted on the bottom

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