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The Bendheim Gallery 
Hosts major exhibitions every six weeks. The selection process of local, 
established, and emerging artists is overseen and hung by the gallery curator Tatiana Mori.
Upcoming Exhibitions
299 Greenwich Avenue . Greenwich, CT 06830 .  P 203.862.6750 F 203.862.6753 . info@greenwicharts.org
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Currently at the Bendheim Gallery 
GEMINI G.E.L.
at the BENDHEIM GALLERY

September 16 - October 24, 2014

ARTS ALIVE Gala Opening: 
Saturday, September 27, 6:30 to 9:00 PM


LIMITED EDITION PRINTS BY:

JOHN BALDESSARI 
VIJA CELMINS 
RICHARD DIEBENKORN 
FRANK GEHRY
PHILIP GUSTON

ANN HAMILTON

MICHAEL HEIZER

DAVID HOCKNEY

JASPER JOHNS 
ELLSWORTH KELLY

ROY LICHTENSTEIN 



MALCOLM MORLEY 
ELIZABETH MURRAY 
BRUCE NAUMAN

CLAES OLDENBURG 
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG 
ED RUSCHA
RICHARD SERRA 
JOEL SHAPIRO 
RICHARD TUTTLE 
TERRY WINTERS

Since 1966, Gemini has collaborated on major bodies of printwork with many of Contemporary Art’s most accomplished painters and sculptors.

At Gemini, the artists do all of the drawing or carving themselves directly onto the printing element, be it limestone, copper plate, woodblock or otherwise. The artist stays at the workshop until a "RTP" (Right to Print) is achieved. Once the printing is completed, the artist returns to the workshop to examine and sign the edition. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist as well as embossed with the unique Gemini "chop". 

In 1981, the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. honored Gemini with the establishment of a permanent archive. The archive functions as a study center for collectors and scholars, and contains a complete history of the workshop. Included in the archive is one proof from each of the over 2100 editions produced, as well as ancillary materials such as shop records and printing elements. 
An online catalogue raisonné, on view at the National Gallery's website (www.nga.gov/gemini), provides detailed information on the history of the workshop and all of the artworks in the 
Gemini archive.

All the artwork in this show will be for sale, plus the opportunity to acquire a one of kind book signed by renowned artists which will be available for sale during the GALA Opening: September 27 at 6:30 PM - Tax Free Event for one night only - 

The exhibit will run through October 24
All artworks: Courtesy of Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl

JOHN BALDESSARI, EIGHT SOUPS: CORN SOUP 2012;
 color screenprint / lithograph; 38 x 24 1/4 In; Edition of 50; 
© John Baldessari, 2012 

ELLSWORTH KELLY, COLOR SQUARES 2,  2011; 5-color lithograph; 
9 x 33 In;  Edition of 60; © Ellsworth Kelly, 2011

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG, FOR FERRARO 1992;
 10 color screenprint; 10 x 8 1/4 In; Edition of 150; 
© Robert Rauschenberg, 1992 

JASPER JOHNS, ALE CANS, 1975; 4-color lithograph; 
20 1/2 x 26 In; Edition of 46; © Jasper Johns, 1975
JOEL SHAPIRO, UP DOWN AROUND,  2011; 10-color screenprint / lithograph; 
36 x 24 In; Edition of 45; 
© Joel Shapiro, 2011

RICHARD TUTTLE, FOR CASE HUDSON, PRINTER, 2013; Drypoint, woodblock with plastic and paper construction; 
19 1/4 x 25 1/4 In; Edition of 100; © Richard Tuttle, 2013