Cahiers d’Art is proud to present Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, in collaboration with Fondation Beyeler.



We gave carte blanche to twenty-one artists to pay homage to Francisco de Goya: Fernando Arrabal, Miquel Barceló, Beatriz González, Jenny Holzer, Cristina Iglesias, Anne Imhof, Alfredo Jaar, Koo Jeong-A, Alexander Kluge, Robert Longo, Cildo Meireles, Precious Okoyomon, Philippe Parreno, Raymond Pettibon, Elena Del Rivero, Rachel Rose, Thomas Schütte, Santiago Sierra, Rosemarie Trockel, Luc Tuymans, and Adrián Villar Rojas.

The prints they have created weave a contemporary and captivating dialogue with the Spanish master. The variety of contributions speaks of Goya as an artists’ artist. Goya’s different phases, the periods he went through thus serve as so many different channels of inspiration for artists today. Throughout Goya’s work, there recur themes of the magical and the supernatural, the ambiguous and the ritual. The enigmatic nature of Goya’s subject matter means that Goya can be revisited over and over again, and something new can be discovered each time. Within Goya, there are many Goyas.



Alexander Kluge, Untitled, 2021, from Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, pigment print on Hahnemühle (William Turner), 310g. Signed & numbered lower left, pencil (front). Printed by Gilles Laurent of I-Labo in collaboration with Michael Woolworth, Paris.

Robert Longo, Untitled (Caravan, Arriaga, Mexico, October 27, 2018), 2021, from Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, pigment print on Moab Entrada Natural paper. Signed lower right, numbered lower left, pencil (front). Printed by Ribuoli Digital, New York.

Cristina Iglesias, The Shore and the Ocean, 2020, from Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, photogravure on Hahnemühle natural white, 350g, hand-cut, natural edges. Titled lower centre, pencil (front). Signed, numbered & dated lower left, pencil (back). Printed at Benveniste Contemporary, Madrid.

Beatriz González, Boceto Para Decora-ción de Interiores [1981], 2021, from Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, screen print (13 plates) on Canson, 220g. Signed lower right, numbered lower left, pencil (front). Printed by Taller Arte Dos Grafico, Bogotá.

Philippe Parreno, Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, pigment print on Baryte paper. Stamped lower left, numbered lower right, pencil (back). Pigment print by Gilles Laurent of I-Labo in collaboration with Michael Woolworth, Paris.

Koo Jeong-A, Your Tree My Answer, 2021, from Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio, pigment print on Hahnemühle (museum etching), 350g. Signed lower right, numbered lower left, pencil (back). Printed by Gilles Laurent of I-Labo in collaboration with Michael Woolworth, Paris.



Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.

Ever Goya — The Print Portfolio at Cahiers d’Art, 2021. Photo Claire Dorn. Copyright the artists. Courtesy Cahiers d’Art, Paris and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen.