October 25, 2006December 9, 2006
Human Structures 2006 Announcement Card
September 5, 2006October 21, 2006
New Editioned Sculpture Announcement Card
John Chamberlain, Ann Hamilton, and Ken Price
April 1, 2006April 30, 2006
New Editions by Cecily Brown and Ann Hamilton
February 2, 2006April 1, 2006

On the surface, contemporary artists Cecily Brown (English, born 1969) and Ann Hamilton (American, born 1956) don't have much in common. Hamilton is best known for her ephemeral installations, and Brown is associated with the revival of painting. The two artists, however, do share a commonality. Both have chosen to create editions at the Gemini G.E.L. workshop in Los Angeles, taking advantage of this unique workshop's ability to cater to artists' individual creative visions for 40 years. The editions created in 2005 by Brown and Hamilton are on view at Gemini G.E.L.

All Wrapped up for the Holidays Announcement Card
Baldessari, Brown, Celmins, Gehry, Hamilton, Heizer, Hockney, Johns, Kelly, Morley, Murray, Nauman, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg, Rothenberg, Ruscha, and Serra
December 14, 2005January 28, 2006
Elizabeth Murray Collages & Prints 2005 Announcement Brochure
October 19, 2005December 10, 2005

The joyful, jubilant works of Elizabeth Murray will fill midtown Manhattan this October with the opening of her retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, and an exhibition that runs concurrently, Elizabeth Murray: Collages and Prints, 1993-2005 at Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl, October 19-December 10.

Click here to read articles on Elizabeth Murray in VOGUE | New York Times

Baldessari Person with Guitar Series 2005 Announcement Card
September 1, 2005October 15, 2005
That 70s Show Announcement Card
Summer 2005
June 1, 2005August 31, 2005
Left to right: Richard Serra, Double Transversal, 2004; Transversal #4, 2004
(in cooperation with Danese)
January 12, 2005March 26, 2005

Richard Serra has once again established new boundaries for printmakers with Arc of theCurve, 13 new etchings created at Gemini G.E.L. The prints range in size from large (47x 35 inches) to immense (90 x 96 inches), and echo Serra’s sculptures in their scale andmonumentality. Selections from this body of work are on view concurrently at the Danesegallery (41 East 57th Street) and Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl, from January 13—February 12, 2004.

November 28, 2004January 8, 2005
From Left to Right: Susan Rothenberg, Jim's Splat 2003, Elizabeth Murray, Radish 2001
June 1, 2004August 31, 2004

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