Our Story

Era Contemporary is a pop-up art gallery founded by Jessica Libor in 2016 based in Philadelphia that focuses on creating immersive, imaginative, artistic events.  The themed events are held in unique locations such as mansions, country clubs, stores or warehouses and usually include elements of music, fashion or theater.  Era Contemporary primarily showcases 2 dimensional artwork by living artists who display a unique vision and a focus on magical realism.

An important value for us is giving back, and for many of our shows we donate a portion of art sales to charity.

We always love looking at artist’s work with a vision to be a part of our developing show schedule for 2020.  If you are an artist interested in consideration or a company interested in hosting an exhibition, please email gallery director Jessica Libor at eracontemporary@gmail.com.

About the director:

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Jessica Libor, photographed by Joe Hindman.

 

Jessica Libor is an artist and curator who has studied at the Florence Academy of Art, the Grand Central Atelier and received her Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2014.  She exhibits her work nationally and has been featured on PBS, WHYY, and whose work has appeared in the pages of Beautiful Bizarre, American Art Collector, Create Magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philly Voice, and more.  For more on Jessica, visit www.jessicalibor.com.

 

2 Replies to “Our Story”

  1. Hi, Love what you are doing, both concept and focus. Question: Are you open to considering work from an Artist outside the tri-state area?

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