The A Gallery was a contemporary art gallery in Wimbledon, London run by Fraser Kee Scott.
The gallery was founded in 1997. Its first exhibit was by then-recent graduate Alison Jackson. In 2004, the gallery exhibited a sculpture by Marie White of a nude female; some members of the public complained to the police. In 2005, Scott demonstrated with the Stuckists art group against the Tate's purchase of The Upper Room, and, in 2007, held a Stuckist show as a rival Stella Vine's show at Modern Art Oxford.
In 2008, the gallery held Go Figure an exhibition of representational work, including Paul Normansell. Media coverage of the show resulted in commissions for Normansell from Rimmel and The Killers. Another exhibitor, sculptor Thomas Ostenberg, was selected for a street art project for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Damien Hirst acquired the entire work of Mercedes Helnwein's "Whistling Past the Graveyard" show from A Gallery.