Hockney, Kelly, Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, and Rosenquist
February 13, 1997March 29, 1997

The exhibition, Revisitations, is on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisany Weyl from February 13th to March 29th, 1997. Featured are two works each by David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist. The exhibition selects a theme or process that each of the five artists have revisited and developed during a span of several years.

Richard Serra 1996 Announcement Card
New Editions
November 16, 1996December 25, 1996

In his sculptures, drawings, and prints, Richard Serra redefines the surroundings of a given space and challenges the viewer's perception of that space. His ability to do so lies within his skillful exploitation of the properties of different materials, and this is clearly demonstrated in this new body of work. To create most of the images, Serra drew onto a thick copper etching plate with either litho crayon or his usual drawing medium, Paintstik.

Ellsworth Kelly 1996 Announcement Card
Forms & Colors
October 9, 1996November 13, 1996

A survey of important prints by Ellsworth Kelly is on view from October 9 through November 13, 1996 at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. Scheduled to coincide with the artist's retrospective at the Guggenhiem Museum in New York City, the exhibition focuses on a body of work created by Kelly in 1987-1988 at the Los Angeles-based artists' workshop, Gemini G.E.L..  

Elizabeth Murray Whazzat Announcement Card
September 5, 1996October 5, 1996

New Works by Elizabeth Murray and a selection of lithographs by the late artist Philip Guston are on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl from September 5 through October 5, 1996.  

Left to right: Robert Rauschenberg, Recourse (Speculations), 1995; Source (Speculations), 1996
Speculations (1st release)
June 4, 1996August 16, 1996

Five new editions by Robert Rauschenberg will be on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl from June 4 through August 16, 1996.  

Eight New Editions (in cooperation with Leo Castelli Gallery)
April 20, 1996May 24, 1996

Eight new editions by Roy Lichtenstein will be on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl from April 20 through May 24, 1996.

Lichtenstein's importance in contemporary art was solidly established in the 1960's with the emergence of Pop Art. His use of cartoon images, Benday dots, and bold line and color was shocking and exciting. Since that time, and as with the 8 new prints exhibited, Lichtenstein has expanded the use of his Pop Art imagery and pursued a continually new vocabulary, often developing details from previous works.

Kienholz Announcement Card 1996
A Survey Exhibition
February 7, 1996March 30, 1996

A survey of works created at the Los Angeles-based artists' workshop, Gemini G.E.L., first solely by Edward Kienholz and then later in collaboration with his wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz, will be on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl from February 7th through March 30th, 1996.

Elizabeth Murray Announcement Card 1995
Editions in Two & Three Dimensions 1969 - 1995 / "The Lament Series" and "The Bounding Dog Series"
October 26, 1995December 22, 1995

Claes Oldenburg: Editions in Two and Three Dimensions 1969-1995" opens on October 26th at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. Claes Oldenburg traditionally has realized most all of his ideas first by drawing in notebooks, small and always on hand, then transforming many of these ideas further into larger scale. The presentation of Oldernburg's (two-dimensional) prints and related (three-dimensional) sculptire gives the viewer a chance to recognize the important role that this through process plays in his work.


A Series of Hand-Drawn Lithographs from 1979 - 1980
September 14, 1995October 21, 1995

Ten new editions by David Hockney, "A Series of Hand-Drawn Lithographs from 1979-80" are on view at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl, September 14-October 21, 1995. David Hockney's masterfully elegant line and his ability to engage the viewer with the subject matter is most evident in his portraiture style. Shunning comissioned portraits, he chooses to draw close personal friends and family.

Frank Stella
Prints from the 1960s and '70s
May 3, 1995June 24, 1995
Bruce Nauman
Fingers and Holes
February 28, 1995April 29, 1995

An exhibition of eleven new works by Bruce Nauman, Fingers and Holes, opens February 28, 1995 at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl. As the title implies, the monoprint, seven small etchings, and three lithographs in this series all use the subject of hands as predominant imagery. 

References to the human hand abound in Nauman's work, from fingerprints left on sculpture in the 1960, to photographs of his own hands and feet in 1978, to more recent works in neon.

Robert Rauschenberg
Booster and 7 Studies / Dictionary Series
October 28, 1994December 26, 1994

Booster and 7 Studies by Robert Rauschenberg opens at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl on October 28th, and will be on view through November 26th, 1994. This series of eight prints, Rauschenberg's first project with Gemini G.E.L. in 1967, was a groundbreaking collaboration. His concept to incorporate x-rays, photographic material, rubbings from printed images and direct drawing was itself a technological breakthrough in printmaking. Yet it was the size and scale of the "Booster" print that pushed printmaking to its limits at this early stage.