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  • Goya Contemporary

    Goya Contemporary promotes the art and culture of our time by presenting new works and ideas through curatorial practice, exhibitions, texts, and catalogues, print publishing, artist representation, and by encouraging artistic collection.  Goya helps build private and public collections, assisting in acquisitions and de-acquisitions, and facilitates auction activity via the main auction houses. Goya Contemporary has earned international acclaim for its exhibitions, programming, and unique collaborations with artists. Goya is dedicated to scholarly programming and promoting the work of mid-career artists, proving Baltimore as a justifiable hot-bed of culture.


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Exhibition featuring artists Christian Marclay, Pia Fries, and Wilhelm Mundt. Curated by Amy Raehse.


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Venue: Goya Contemporary
Address: 3000 Chestnut Ave.
Price: free

We Say...

"[a] ... mirthful spirit [runs] through Goya Contemporary’s Fusion, a three-artist show of various recontextualizers. Marclay favors toying with the pathway connecting the eye and ear. Swiss artist Pia Fries works with various media and printing processes for her two-dimensional panels, while German sculptor Wilhelm Mundt makes industrial waste into shiny objects.

Read more in Bret McCabe's Oct. 27 review.



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