GOYA CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
Claire Campbell Park
Charles Mason III
Paul Miller (aka DJ SPOOKY)
Elizabeth Talford Scott (Estate)
Joyce J Scott (Living Estate)
Alan Shields (Print Estate)
Jo Smail with William Kentridge
Steve Yeager with John Waters
Goya Contemporary built a reputation on lifelong commitments to representing and protecting artists & artistic practice; and for creating visionary, historically relevant exhibitions, publications & scholarship around artists we believe are the truthtellers of our time.
Focused on Post War & Contemporary Art, GCG maintains an active exhibition schedule, large archive of fine-art prints, participates in international fairs, and cultivates, educates and 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/institutions to produce discourse around artists' oeuvres. Recent projects include the largest museum retrospective 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 Abstract painter Timothy App; Sonya Clark exhibitions at Fabric Workshop, Wadsworth Atheneum, and National Museum of Women in Arts. Notable exhibitions include Soledad Salamé, Sanford Biggers, Louise Fishman, Fanny Sanin, Sergio Sister, Sam Gilliam, Liliana Porter, Ana Tiscornia, Wilhelm Mundt, Charles Mason III, Ann Hamilton, Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, Louisa Chase.
Placing art in the world’s top collections, GCG unobtrusively works with famous actors, musicians, and sports stars, keeping identities private & protected.