Malcolm Morley: Recent Prints and Sculptures (full installation view)
June 1, 2003September 30, 2003

Born in England, Malcolm Morley grew up during the air raids of World War II, and as a child he had a keen interest in model airplanes. The Gemini prints and sculptures are a continuation of Morley's fascination with the ready-made, such as postcards, calendars, and posters. A realist, a colorist, a Pop-artist- all these terms apply to Morley, and this body of work encompasses all of these aesthetic endeavors.

When We Were Young Announcement Card 2003
Masterworks from the Unforgettable Years, 1967 - 1974
February 1, 2003June 30, 2003
November 1, 2001January 31, 2002

Gemini G.E.L. is pleased to announce the publication of 3 new collaged lithograph/screenprints by Elizabeth Murray. This is Murray's fifth collaboration since 1993 with the Gemini workshop, and continues her interest in making 3-dimensional works on paper.

From left to right: Richard Serra, T.E. Which Way Which Way, 2000; Line Heat, 2000; T.E. Double Causality, 2001
(in cooperation with Danese)
July 20, 2001September 7, 2001
Seven New Prints
February 1, 2001May 1, 2001

The seven new prints published by Gemini G.E.L. in early 2001 were started during a week-long visit to the workshop in Los Angeles in February 1999. Brice Marden had been invited to create a special edition for a local museum, and from that initial image, the Gemini project developed. Marden created three etching plates and fourteen lithography plates, and combined them in different ways to make seven related but visually distinct works.

Rauschenberg & Pottorf Announcement Card
Darryl Pottorf & Robert Rauschenberg: Quattro Mani / Marrakech
September 6, 2000September 28, 2000

Artists Robert Rauschenberg and Darryl Pottorf traveled to Marrakech, Morocco in June 1999 to take photographs for use in their printmaking endeavors at the Los Angeles workshop, Gemini G.E.L.. The newly-published screenprints incorporating images from this colorful and exotic part of the world are on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl in soho during the month of September 2000.

July 26, 2000August 11, 2000

We are pleased to announce a Private Sale of our framed print inventory, scheduled from July 26th through August 11, 2000.  Important works by the following artists will be included:

John Baldessari, Jonathan Borofsky, Allen Ginsberg, David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Elizabeth Murray, Bruce Nauman, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Dorothea Rockburne, James Rosenquist, Richard Serra, Saul Steinberg, and others. 

Jonathan Borofsky Male/Female Announcement Card
Bruce Nauman: Fingers and Holes
May 4, 2000June 30, 2000

Fourteen new prints by Jonathan Borofsky will be on view from May 4th through June 30th at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. For the last decade, Borofsky has focused his artistic endeavors on public sculpture commissions, primarily in Europe. Despite this recent hiatus from printmaking, Borofsky returns to the American art world with a new series of lithographs and screenprints published in collaboration with the Los Angeles-based artist's workshop, Gemini G.E.L. 

Ellsworth Kelly 2000 Announcement Card
March 9, 2000April 22, 2000

New color lithographs by Ellsworth Kelly will be on view from March 9th to April 22ns at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. The series consists of five large "curves", in red, black, green, blue, and purple, two small black curves and three "spectrums", each in a combination of red, yellow, and blue.

Robert Gober Announcement Card
March 9, 2000April 22, 2000

Three new lithographs by Robert Gober will be on view from March 9th to April 22nd at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. These prints mark Gober's first collaboration with the Los Angeles-based artists' workshop, Gemini G.E.L., and the beginning of his in-depth explioration of the printmaking medium.

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.