Join us in December 2019 and January 2020 for Fire and Ice!
Era Contemporary is an event-centric pop up art gallery based in Philadelphia that showcases art by living artists who display a high degree of craftsmanship within the realm of magical realism. We focus on creating immersive, imaginative, artistic events that celebrate each show’s theme. The exhibitions are held in unique locations such as mansions, country clubs, stores or warehouses and usually include elements of music, fashion or theater. For our December-January exhibition, Fire and Ice, we are donating a portion of all art sales to various local charities including St. Jude’s Hospital for Children, the Opportunities Industrialization Center (training disadvantaged adults for employment) and more!
All receptions are free to attend without registration, and most include drinks and light bites. You can shop online, or attend in person! Here are a list of public Era Contemporary exhibitions you may attend this holiday season to see and purchase work from “Fire and Ice”:
Saturday, December 7th, 12 noon to 6pm: Fire and Ice Exhibition at Delice Chocolate Galleria, 9 Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA, 12 to 6pm.
Wednesday, December 11th, 4:30-6:00pm: Fire and Ice Exhibition at AVE King of Prussia Luxury Apartments, 555 S. Goddard Blvd, King of Prussia, PA, 4:30 to 6:00pm.
Saturday, December 14th, 12 noon to 4:00pm: Fire and Ice Exhibition at Indigo King of Prussia Luxury Apartments, 301 Village Drive, King of Prussia, PA, 12 noon to 4pm.
Sunday, December 15th, 2:00-5:00pm: Fire and Ice Exhibition at AVE Malvern Luxury Apartments, 311 Lancaster Avenue, Malvern, PA, 2pm to 5pm.
Saturday, December 21, 4pm to 6pm: Fire and Ice Exhibition at Lord and Taylor, 180 North Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA, 4pm to 6pm
Saturday, January 25th, 5pm to 8pm: Fire and Ice Closing Reception at Era Contemporary’s Studio Gallery, 123 Leverington Avenue, Studio 306 (third floor, warning: no elevator) , Philadelphia, PA 19127. Free parking in the lot across the street!
Enjoy these photos of our past shows: