For nearly 30 years in Atlanta, Fay Gold has pioneered one of the nation’s top contemporary art galleries. She carved a professional niche that draws from her Art History/ Drama degree from Adelphi University and her 15 year career as an art teacher in her own school. In 2019, she was named a Legend (the names who need no introduction) by Atlanta Magazine’s “Our City’s Most Powerful Leaders” edition. She did groundbreaking exhibitions of artists such as George Segal, Robert Rauschenberg, Irving Penn, Robert Mapplethorpe, Cindy Sherman, Alex Katz, Andres Serrano, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Radcliffe Bailey. She created “Fay’s World” and was obsessed with generating new ideas. Currently, a play is being written which is based on her memoirs entitled “Basquiat’s Cat”.