FRANK GEHRY AT GEMINI
Frank Gehry’s “New Sculpture & Prints, with a Survey of Past Projects” opens at Gemini in just two days! Join us for the opening this Friday (7/12) from 6-8p.
Frank Gehry, Memory of Sophie Calle’s Flower, 2012, cast urethane with wood pedestal. Urethane: 24 x 23 x 18 inches, Pedestal: 45 1/2 x 17 x 17 inches. Edition of 28.
Vogue highlights work by Gemini collaborating artists Cecily Brown, Ellsworth Kelly and Julie Mehretu among this spring’s notable New York gallery exhibitions.
The Gemini team enjoyed an exciting week with Richard Serra in town for the opening of his new drawings at Gagosian Gallery. He spent a lot of time at Gemini signing prints and starting new ones. Here is a photo re-cap of his visit.
(with Sidney B. Felsen, master printer Xavier Fumat, printer Isaac Osher, printer Garrett Metz)
Artist Ed Ruscha was named as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by TIME Magazine today!
Photo: Rauschenberg working on Stoned Moon Series WAVES prototype; also pictured Stanley Grinstein, 1969, Photograph by Sidney B. Felson, © 1969
Gemini G.E.L. is pleased to announce the exhibition:
March 16- July 28, 2013
Member Opening Reception Friday March 15, 6-8 PM.
photos: Roy Lichtenstein, Bathroom, 1961, on view at the Whitney Museum. David Hockney, A Picture of Ourselves, 1966-1967, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago. Robert Gober, Untitled, 1999, on view at the Walker Art Center. Jasper Johns, Flags, 1967-1968, on view at the Whitney Museum.
CURRENT MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS FEATURING GEMINI ARTISTS
We are pleased to share these compelling thematic group shows, each featuring several of our collaborating artists.
Materializing “Six Years”: The Emergence of Conceptual Art, Brooklyn Museum. Through February 17th.
Featuring works by: Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Daniel Buren, Bruce Nauman, Dorothea Rockburne, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra.
Midnight Party. Walker Art Center. Through February 23rd.
Featuring works by: Willem de Kooning, Robert Gober, Man Ray and Susan Rothenberg.
Abstract Expressionism. National Gallery of Australia. Through February 24th.
Featuring works by: Willem de Kooning, Philip Guston.
Wilfred Davis Fletcher Collection: In the Abstract. Boise Art Museum. Through March 10th.
Featuring works by: John Baldessari, Richard Diebenkorn, David Hockney, Isamu Noguchi, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra.
Sinister Pop. The Whitney Museum. Through March 31st.
Featuring works by: Jasper Johns, Edward Kienholz, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Ed Ruscha.
Poetry of Reduction. Museum Moderner Kunst. Through May 5th.
Featuring works by: John Baldessari, Michael Heizer, Bruce Nauman, Keith Sonnier, Frank Stella.
Now Here is Also Nowhere: Part II. Henry Art Gallery. Through May 5th.
Featuring works by: Richard Serra, Richard Tuttle.
Double Rotation. Weserburg | Museum fur Moderne Kunst. Through May 11th.
Featuring works by: Ellsworth Kelly, Richard Serra.
Out of the Ordinary. Hirshhorn Museum. Through May 19th.
Featuring works by: Richard Artschwager, Vija Celmins.
NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star. New Museum. Through May 26th.
Featuring works by: Robert Gober, Ann Hamilton.
The Artist and the Poet. Art Institute of Chicago. Through June 2nd.
Featuring works by: Jasper Johns, David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Ken Price, Robert Rauschenberg.
The Bride and the Bachelors: Duchamp with Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Johns. The Barbican. Through June 9th.
Featuring works by: Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg.
JOEL SHAPIRO AT GEMINI
Up Down Around, 2011
Gemini G.E.L. is pleased to present Joel Shapiro: Up Down Around, on view through February 22, 2013. Following his first collaboration with Gemini in 2009, the artist has created a series of five colorful prints that move between figuration and abstraction. Like his sculptures, the geometric shapes in his print work take on a rich dimensionality that hint at the movement of the human form. The precise and delicate placement of the forms gives the bold, razor-sharp shapes a buoyant and transitive appearance, as though they are capable of floating into another configuration. Closer inspection reveals that the artist has softened the edges with deliberate smudges, a technique often employed in his drawings.
Soon after finishing his graduate work at New York University, Shapiro earned critical acclaim for his small-scale works that had an implied human presence, such as sculptures of houses and chairs. Shapiro is best known for his large-scale geometric sculptures that resemble the human form but remain rooted in abstraction. In addition to being included in many major museum collections, Shapiro has worked on numerous public commissions and projects, including a project for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.