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New York, NY 10011
212 206 8080
19th and 20th century American, European and Contemporary art
Artists Represented:
Peter Blume Estate
Ilya Bolotowsky
William Gropper Estate
Grace Hartigan Estate
Anita Huffington
Jack Levine Estate
Richard Mayhew
Joseph Peller
Faith Ringgold
Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson
Doug Safranek
Moses Soyer Estate
Jack Stuppin
Edmund Yaghjian Estate
Works Available By:
George Ault
Milton Avery
Edward Bannister
Romare Bearden
Thomas H. Benton
Oscar Bluemner
Aaron Bohrod
Charles Burchfield
Marc Chagall
Joseph Cornell
A.B. Davies
Edwin Dickinson
Robert S. Duncanson
Louis Eilshemius
Philip Evergood
William Glackens
George Grosz
Robert Gwathmey
Richard Hambleton
Edward Hopper
Luis Jimenez
Jacob Lawrence
Ernest Lawson
John Marin
Reginald Marsh
Francis L. Mora
Joan Miro
Georgia O'Keeffe
Pablo Picasso
Maurice Prendergast
Irene Rice Pereira
Fritz Scholder
John Sloan
Raphael Soyer
Theodoros Stamos
Max Weber
Charles White


A Black Perspective: Romare Bearden, The Open Door
A Black Perspective: Romare Bearden, Carolina Blue
A Black Perspective: Jacob Lawrence, The Carpenter, 1957
Courtesy of ACA Galleries.
A Black Perspective: Joseph Delaney, Lower Manhattan, 1958
A Black Perspective: Romare Bearden, Firebirds, 1979
A Black Perspective: Romare Bearden, Mecklenburg Autumn, 1979
A Black Perspective: Romare Bearden, Grande Case, 1983
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Online Programming

Richard Mayhew


ACA Galleries is pleased to present a solo exhibition of Richard Mayhew, Transcendence, which celebrates the release of his first monograph (Chronicle Books, 2020) with an essay and interview by Andrew Walker, Executive Director of the Amon Carter Museum.

Past Exhibitions

Andrews, Bearden, Delaney, Lawrence, Mayhew, Ringgold, Robinson and White

A Black Perspective

December 8, 2020 - February 27, 2021
A group exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by prominent African American artists.

Saul Chase, Howard Cook, Chris “Daze” Ellis, Steven Katz, Henry Koerner, Greg Lamarche, Martin Lewis, Louis Lozowick, Francis Luis Mora, Reginald Marsh, August Mosca, Joseph Peller, Phase II, Philip Reisman, Doug Safranek, David Schmidlapp, John Sloan, Joseph Solman, Raphael Soyer, and Edmund Yaghjian among others

Track Work: One Hundred Years of New York City's Subway

January 15, 2020 - March 14, 2020
The subway as a subject has captured the artist’s imagination since its beginnings. A symbol of modern progress, the subway is a great unifier; the ultimate democracy where people from different boroughs, classes, races, and ethnicities come together for the same fare and experience. The subway and elevated provide dramatic possibilities for non-narrative art which explore the geometries and lines of girders and tracks as well as extreme darkness to bright sunlight. This exhibition brings together a wide range of artists and media to investigate this captivating subject. The exhibition showcases an array of artists’ interpretations over the last century and demonstrates how the subway exemplifies the diversity and community that defines New York as a city.

John Mellencamp & Robert Rauschenberg

Binding Wires

October 24, 2019 - December 21, 2019

Music is the Message

July 16, 2019 - October 5, 2019

Bruce High Quality Foundation

In Perspective

March 28, 2019 - May 24, 2019

Salvador Dali

January 10, 2019 - March 9, 2019

Faith Ringgold

The 70’s

October 20, 2018 - December 22, 2018

Richard Hambleton


June 14, 2018 - July 27, 2018

John Mellencamp

Life, Death, Love And Freedom

April 26, 2018 - June 1, 2018