Goya Contemporary Gallery built its reputation on lifelong commitments to representing and protecting artists and artistic practice; and for creating visionary, historically relevant exhibitions, publications & scholarship around artists we believe are the truth-tellers of our time.
Focused on Post War & Contemporary Art, GCG maintains an active exhibition schedule, large archive of fine-art prints and editions, participates in international fairs, and cultivates, educates & connects artists with collectors, communities, connoisseurs, and researchers.
GCG devotes considerable resources to artists, championing opportunity, sustainability & legacy. Celebrated for exemplary standards of ethics, we collaborate with museums and institutions to produce discourse around artist’s oeuvres. Recent projects include the largest museum retrospective to date on MacArthur Fellow Joyce J. Scott [for whom GCG is the primary worldwide representative]; Jo Smail retrospective at Baltimore Museum of Art; museum survey on American Abstract Geometric painter Timothy App; Sonya Clark exhibitions at Fabric Workshop, Wadsworth Atheneum, and the National Museum of Women in Arts. Other notable gallery exhibitions include Elizabeth Talford Scott; Louise Fishman with Eva Hesse, Joan Mitchell, and Agnes Martin; Soledad Salamé; Sanford Biggers; Fanny Sanin; Sergio Sister; Sam Gilliam; Liliana Porter; Ana Tiscornia; Wilhelm Mundt; Alan Shields; Charles Mason III; Louise Bourgeois; Louisa Chase.
Placing art in the world’s top museums and collections, Goya Contemporary Gallery also unobtrusively works with famous actors, musicians, TV/film productions, and athletes, keeping identities and sales records private & protected while providing education and assistance on, and about, objects and the artists who made them.
Jo Smail, "Memories Pile Up," 2020, edition of 5
Alan Shields, "Odd-Job," 1984, edition 44 of 46
“Holding up a mirror to the time in which we live, Goya Contemporary champion’s artistic excellence that breaks barriers and pushes boundaries through powerful objects of extraordinary craftsmanship which speaks Truth to Power. We continue to promote & support diverse practices from varied generations of artists who help make meaning out of the most complex & nonverbal parts of life.”
-Amy Eva Raehse, Partner & Director
Sanford Biggers, Louisa Chase, Sonya Clark, Oletha DeVane, Louise Fishman, Sam Gilliam, Per Kirkeby, Francisco de Goya, Charles Mason III, Joan Mitchell, Liliana Porter, Soledad Salamé, Joyce J. Scott, Alan Shields, Jo Smail, Paula Wilson