Gemini G.E.L.
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Gemini G.E.L.

Gemini G.E.L.

Gemini G.E.L. founder Sidney Felsen, 92, in his office at the workshop in Los Angeles. Behind him are photographs that he took and a collection of colored pencils for drawing. LACMA will present a survey exhibition of Gemini G.E.L. works from 1966 to 2014.

 (Stuart Palley / For The Times)
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Case Hudson, master printer at Gemini G.E.L., lifts up handmade paper after it was pressed onto etching at the workshop in Los Angeles. 

 (Stuart Palley / For The Times)
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Amy Jo Toucey, a printer at Gemini G.E.L., works in the etching and engraving workshop. 

 (Stuart Palley / For The Times)
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This 1980 Roy Lichtenstein print -- a seven-color woodcut and embossing on Arches cover paper -- is to be included in the LACMA exhibition. 

 (Estate of Roy Lichtenstein / Gemini G.E.L.)
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Dozens of inks on shelves and prints on drying racks at the Gemini G.E.L workshop.

 (Stuart Palley / For The Times)
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Gemini helped Robert Rauschenberg produce this six-foot-tall lithograph, “Booster,” a self-portrait in X-rays, in 1967. The project’s success helped bring more artists to Gemini. 

 (Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / Museum Associates / LACMA)
David Hockney draws on a lithograph stone for his “Weather Series” at Gemini G.E.L. in 1973.
David Hockney draws on a lithograph stone for his “Weather Series” at Gemini G.E.L. in 1973.  (Daniel B. Freeman / Gemini G.E.L. )
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Gemini G.E.L. founder Sidney Felsen, seen in his office, was an accountant in 1965 when he and Stanley Grinstein solidified their idea for a creative workshop.

 (Stuart Palley / For The Times)
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