For over 80 years, the American Contemporary Art Galleries (ACA) have supported artists in diverse disciplines with singular points of view. Since its inception, the gallery has presented over 800 exhibitions and published over 400 books and catalogues. ACA continues this tradition of featuring artists whose talent transcends nationality, race or gender by presenting exhibitions, organizing traveling exhibitions and working closely with museums and private collectors to build collections.
A HISTORY OF ACA GALLERIES
American Contemporary Art Gallery (ACA) was established in 1932 by Herman Baron. Artists Stuart Davis, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Adolf Dehn were early members. At the time, ACA was one of only three galleries in New York primarily dedicated to exhibiting the work of American artists.