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Over the past 25 years, Goya Contemporary Gallery and Goya-Girl Press has built a reputation on lifelong commitments to representing and protecting artists and artistic practice; and for creating visionary, historically relevant exhibitions, editions, publications, & scholarship around artists who we believe are the truthtellers of our time.

 

With a focus on Post War and Contemporary Art in both primary and secondary markets, GCG maintains an active exhibition schedule, large archive of fine art print editions, participates in international art fairs, and cultivates, educates, and connects artists with museums, collectors, connoisseurs and researchers.

 

Celebrated for exemplary standards of ethics and community contributions, Goya Contemporary represents the estate of Fiber artist Elizabeth Talford Scott, as well as the living estate of her daughter, sculptor Joyce J. Scott, and recently added the print estate of Alan Shields.

 

GCG devotes considerable resources to artists; championing opportunity, sustainability, and legacy protection.  We collaborate with museums and cultural institutions to produce artist surveys that engage discourse around artist’s oeuvres. Recent projects include producing the largest one-person museum retrospective on MacArthur Fellow Joyce J. Scott; Jo Smail retrospective at The Baltimore Museum of Art; 45-year survey of works by American Abstract Geometric painter Timothy App (Katzen Museum); Sonya Clark exhibition on Madam CJ Walker with performances & programming involving foremost scholar and Walker descendant Dr. A’lelia Bundles; Sonya Clark exhibitions at The Fabric Workshop, Wadsworth Antheneum, and The National Museum of Women in the Arts.  Other notable exhibitions include Louise Fishman, Fanny Sanin, Sergio Sister, Sanford Biggers, Sam Gilliam, Kyle Hackett, Soledad Salamé, Liliana Porter, Ana Tiscornia, Elizabeth Talford Scott, Wilhelm Mundt, Charles Mason III, Ann Hamilton, Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, William Kentridge, among others.

 

Goya editions push the boundaries of printmaking with innovative projects realized with artists such as Sam Gilliam, Ellen Gallagher, Christian Marclay, Joyce J. Scott, Liliana Porter, Sanford Biggers, Soledad Salamé, Jo Smail, Robin Rose, Jae Ko, Louisa Chase, Mark Strand, Sonya Clark, and many more.

 

GCG places art in the world’s top museums and private collections.  We unobtrusively works with many famous actors, musicians, and major league sports stars; keeping identities and acquisitions private and protected.

Image:

Joyce J. Scott – photo credit: Michael Fields; Charles Mason III – photo credit: the artist; Alan Shields – photo credit: Marabeth Cohen-Tyler; Jo Smail – photo credit: Regina DeLuise; Louisa Chase - photo credit: Peter Bellamy; Sonya Clark – photo credit: courtesy Amherst College, MA

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Goya editions push the boundaries of printmaking with innovative projects realized with artists such as Sam Gilliam, Ellen Gallagher, Christian Marclay, Joyce J. Scott, Liliana Porter, Sanford Biggers, Soledad Salamé, Jo Smail, Robin Rose, Jae Ko, Louisa Chase, Mark Strand, Sonya Clark, and many more.

GCG places art in the world’s top museums and private collections. We unobtrusively works with many famous actors, musicians, and major league sports stars; keeping identities and acquisitions private and protected.

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Goya Contemporary and Goya-Girl Press

Joyce J. Scott

He Lying as Electricity

2000

30 x 22 inches

Monoprint with hand painting on paper

The artist

Ed. 1 of 1; Published & Printed by Goya Contemporary / Goya-Girl Press

$ 5,200

Charles Mason III

Always Saying I, Meaning We

2020

49 11/16 x 38 3/16 inches

Unique work on paper made of oil stick, spray paint, collage, screen print

The artist

Signature verso

$8,000

Alan Shields

Gas-Up

1984

56 1/2 x 40 inches

Unique work made using woodcut, etching, aquatint, relief, knotting, collage on handmade paper

The estate of Alan Shields

Ed. 1 of 1; Signature: Signed, titled, dated recto

$ 9,500

Jo Smail & William Kentridge

Collaboration #1

2005

22 x 30 inches

Collage, screen print, acrylic paint, enamel, pastel, & found object on paper

The artists

Frame size: 26 3/4 x 34 inches, Signature: recto, lower right

$ 24,000

Photo credit: Mike Morgan; detail image: "Harriet's Quilt" 2016-2017

Louisa Chase

Swarm

2000

Paper size: 20 x 16 inches each, 20 x 32 inches together

Solar plate etching on Sekishu rice paper, diptych

The artist

Edition of 30; Published & Printed by Goya Contemporary / Goya-Girl Press

$ 3,200

Photo credit: Charles Mason III; detail image: "I'd like to believe that there is someone somewhere fighting for me, not because we kin but because they see the problem" 2018

Joyce J. Scott

He Lying as Electricity

30 x 22 inches

Monoprint with hand painting on paper

Ed. 1 of 1; Published & Printed by Goya Contemporary / Goya-Girl Press

$ 5,200

Charles Mason III

Always Saying I, Meaning We

49 11/16 x 38 3/16 inches

Unique work on paper made of oil stick, spray paint, collage, screen print

Signature verso

$8,000

Alan Shields

Gas-Up

56 1/2 x 40 inches

Unique work made using woodcut, etching, aquatint, relief, knotting, collage on handmade paper

Ed. 1 of 1; Signature: Signed, titled, dated recto

$ 9,500

Jo Smail & William Kentridge

Collaboration #1

22 x 30 inches

Collage, screen print, acrylic paint, enamel, pastel, & found object on paper

Frame size: 26 3/4 x 34 inches, Signature: recto, lower right

$ 24,000

Louisa Chase

Swarm

Paper size: 20 x 16 inches each, 20 x 32 inches together

Solar plate etching on Sekishu rice paper, diptych

Edition of 30; Published & Printed by Goya Contemporary / Goya-Girl Press

$ 3,200