IFPDA_Fair_Logo_2021.png

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl

New York, US

For 37 years, Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl has been the New York gallery exhibiting and representing prints and multiples published by the acclaimed artists’ workshop and publisher, Gemini G.E.L., founded in Los Angeles in 1966. The gallery shows new Gemini editions as they are published, and also frequently mounts historical survey exhibitions to showcase Gemini’s rich history. From the smallest, most intimate in scale to the monumental, the gallery has examples of all available works which can be viewed either online or in person at our Chelsea location (535 West 24th Street, 3rd Floor).

Image:

Detail of Ann Hamilton's "Page 10" from 2017.

Powered-by-Black-type-white-background.p

I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.

“Take Me At My Word” features a selection of prints where artists have utilized text as the means to explore the connections between language and communication through imagery. Some highlights included are Bruce Nauman’s "Vision", which engages with the fallibility of human perception, John Baldessari’s "WHISKEY IN THE JAR", which focuses on the disjunction between words and the iconography of Emojis, and Ann Hamilton’s "Page 10", which forges a poetic relationship between fragments of text and fabric.

Chris Santa Maria, Director

John Baldessari

WHISKEY IN THE JAR

2018

33 x 28" (83.8 x 71.1 cm)

8-color screenprint

Edition of 50

$5,000 (unframed)

Jonathan Borofsky

My Mother's Words

2010

34 1/2 x 55" (87.6 x 139.7cm)

2-color screenprint

Edition of 45

$12,000 (framed)

Allen Ginsberg

The Ballad of the Skeletons

1996

29 7/8 x 35 1/2" (75.9 x 90.2 cm)

4-color screenprint

Each of the following artists contributed a drawing to this print. Starting in the upper right corner, moving clockwise circling into the center: Julian Schnabel, George Condo, David Hockney, Wim Wenders, Edward Ruscha, Hiro Yamagata, William S. Burroughs, John Giorno, Steven Taylor, Steven Taylor, Raymond Foye, Steven Taylor, Hiro Yamagata (large gray background skull)

Edition of 100

$2,500 (unframed)

Detail of Allen Ginsberg's "The Ballad of the Skeletons" from 1996.

Detail of Bruce Nauman's "Vision" from 1973.

Ed Ruscha

Main Street

1990

8 1/4 x 10 1/4" (21 x 26 cm)

1-color lithograph

Edition of 250

$4,500 (unframed)

Bruce Nauman

Vision

1973

25 x 33 1/16" (63.5 x 84 cm)

1-color lithograph

Edition of 40

$10,000 (unframed)

Detail of Allen Ginsberg's "The Ballad of the Skeletons" from 1996.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl

New York, US

+1 212 249 3324