Era Contemporary is a pop-up art gallery 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 artwork by living artists who display a unique vision and a focus on magical realism.
We are currently seeking talented artists with a vision to be a part of our developing show schedule for 2019. If you are an artist interested in consideration or a company interested in hosting an exhibition, please email gallery director Jessica Libor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the director:
Jessica Libor is an artist and curator who has studied at the Florence Academy of Art and received her Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She exhibits her work nationally and has recently shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and will be featured on the PBS television segment “RIP Romance” as an art expert syndicated nationally on October 24, 2017. For more on Jessica, visit www.jessicalibor.com.
Passport to Paradise: February 28, 2017. The exhibit featured over 50 artworks from fabulous painters, printmakers, and photographers with a unique vision of their travels around the world. It was held at the Cynwyd Club at 332 Trevor Lane, Bala Cynwyd, PA in the ballroom on Tuesday, February 28th from 6pm to 9pm. Complimentary light bites, and a tour of the world through the eyes of the artists. Thanks to Antonietta Kies for her mesmerizing painting,”Edge of,” which appears in the image. We had a fabulous turnout and grand time celebrating the creations of these artists, who submitted their work from Philadelphia, New York, and California. A exhibition catalog is available upon request.
Winterscapes: December 22, 2016 at Lord and Taylor, King of Prussia, PA. This was our first exhibition. Featuring work by Evan Harrington, Antonietta Kies, Cassia Abbott, Jessica Libor, Kala Hagopian, and Marshall Jones.