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Intrinsic Trio: Sanford Biggers, Sam Gilliam, and Joyce J. Scott at Goya Contemporary Friday, October 23

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Exhibition Dates: October 22 – December 22
Reception: Friday, October 23, 6:00- 8:00pm

Goya is proud to present this exhibition in support of the 3rd Annual African- American Art Conference presented through The Center for Race and Culture at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and W.E.B. Dubois Institute for African and African-American Research at Harvard University

Venue: Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press
Address: 3000 Chestnut Avenue , Mill #214
Baltimore, MD 21211
Website: www.goyacontemporary.com

Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10:00 – 5:30 / Saturdays, by appointment, between 12-5:00.

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