American Abstract Artists is a democratic artist-run organization founded in 1936 in New York City to promote and foster understanding of abstract and non-objective art.
AAA organizes exhibitions, produces member print portfolios and catalogs. It provides a forum to discuss and expand ideas about abstract art by hosting critical panels and symposia, and publishing the American Abstract Artists Journal. AAA distributes its published materials internationally to cultural organizations and documents its member history in the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.
To date American Abstract Artists has produced over 120 exhibitions in museums and galleries across the United States and abroad. AAA’s programs have established the organization as a major forum for the exchange of ideas and exhibiting abstract art.
2011 marked the 75th Anniversary of American Abstract Artists. AAA celebrated this event with numerous exhibitions.
Corey has been a member since 2000.