The photographs of Sidney B. Felsen (b. 1924) document the history of Gemini G.E.L, the Los Angeles artists' workshop and publisher of limited-edition prints and sculptures. Presenting Felsen’s photographs alongside Gemini editions spanning five decades, this exhibition explores the joys and the demands of the creative process and chronicles friendships with artists from Robert Rauschenberg to Julie Mehretu.

Sidney Felsen founded Gemini Gel (Graphics Editions Limited) in 1956 and soon after began to photograph the artists who came to work in what has become America's premier graphics studio. Artists from Bruce Nauman and architect Frank Gehry (who also designed the Gemini Studios in 1979) to the American masters Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, and Roy Lichtenstein became subjects for Sid Felsen's camera. On November 4, 2001, the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., opened an exhibition celebrating the prints of Gemini Gel and Sidney Felsen's portraits of the artists at work.