Goya Contemporary Gallery & Goya-Girl Press has built a strong reputation as a Contemporary art gallery and print publisher, and for its lifelong commitments to representing and protecting artists and artistic practice. Creating visionary, historically relevant exhibitions, print editions, books, and scholarship, Goya cultivates, educates, and connects artists with collectors, connoisseurs, museums, and researcher. Established in 1996, Goya maintains an active exhibition schedule and large archive of commissioned print publications. The press has published myriad editions with a diverse group of artists including Sanford Biggers, Joyce J. Scott, Jo Smail, Soledad Salamé, Christian Marclay, Louisa Chase, Ellen Gallagher, Liliana Porter, Timothy App, Sonya Clark, David Shapiro, DJ Spooky, Jae Ko, Louise Fishman, Sally Egbert, Juan Logan, David Shafer, Mark Strand, Sam Gilliam, and many others. Goya Contemporary participates in international art fairs and devotes considerable resources to the artists and artist estates it represents; collaborating with museums and cultural institutions to produce surveys that engage discourse around artist’s oeuvres. The gallery works closely with international museums on acquisitions and loans, and its editions are held in major public collections around the world including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Museum of Qatar, Doha; Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; The Smithsonian Museums, DC; Saudi Museum of Modern Art; Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art; among others. Recent projects about our primary artists include producing the largest one-person retrospective on MacArthur Fellow Joyce J. Scott; a Jo Smail retrospective at The Baltimore Museum of Art; a 45-year survey on American Abstract Geometric painter Timothy App; a Sonya Clark exhibition on Madam CJ Walker including public performances & programming involving foremost scholar and Walker descendant Dr. A’lelia Bundles. Other notable exhibitions include Louise Fishman, Fanny Sanin, Sergio Sister, Sanford Biggers, Sam Gilliam, Soledad Salamé, Liliana Porter, Ana Tiscornia, Elizabeth Talford Scott, Wilhelm Mundt, Ann Hamilton, Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, William Kentridge, among others. Goya Contemporary Gallery is celebrated for exemplary standards of ethics & abundant community contributions.
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Contemporary, Publisher of Fine Art Prints
Jo Smail: Bees with Sticky Feet
Mixing diverse cultural and biographical influences as multifarious as her life experiences, Smail draws upon aspects of her African past and Baltimore present, alongside a deep engagement with international literature, theory, and art history.
Timothy App's signature style of geometric abstraction, with its assertive visual tensions, reveals a concise and thoughtful understanding of the nature of painting, demonstrating his status as one of the region's most important living painters.
Amalie R. Rothschild: Rock Icons and Images documents the historic, iconic, turbulent, inventive, revolutionary and defining time of 1968-1971, experienced through one of that era's most transparent truthtellers: Music.
Amalie R. Rothschild
Elizabeth Talford Scott
Joyce J. Scott
Paul D. Miller (AKA DJ Spooky)