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Philadelphia Contemporary NOW

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
5:30 - 7:30 pm

Atelier FAS Gallery

Philadelphia

Cocktail and hors d'oeuvres

 

#PCNOW2019

Featuring

Edward Burtynsky:

Megaresources

An exhibition of work by Edward Burtynsky, one of the world’s most accomplished photographers, at Atelier FAS’ new gallery space.

Edward Burtynsky, Nickel Tailings #31

2019 Co-hosts

Eduardo Ardiles

Founder, 

Studio Edo

Mati Bonetti de Buccini
Partner and Director,
Atelier Delaware

Host Committee

Avant Garde

Eduardo Ardiles and Joe Ujobai

Michael Forman and Jennifer Rice

Originals

Mati Bonetti de Buccini and Chris Buccini

Drexel University

Heather Richards Evans

Jaime Frankfurt and Pamela Hanson

Cara and John Fry

Ellen Hanson and Richard Perlman

Amy and Jeff Harrow

Susan and Leonard Klehr

Sueyun and Gene Locks

Karen and Scott Tarte

Laura and Richard Vague

Paige West and Christopher Cooper

Futurists

Aegis Property Group

Reginald and Aliya Browne

Abbie and Patrick Dean

Jaimie and David Field

Fleisher/Ollman

James Fulton and Eric Rymshaw

Michael Garden

David and Donna Gerson

Tracey and Thomas Gravina

Rich and Peggy Greenawalt

Christine and Andy Hall

Bill Hanson

Hanson Fine Building

James Harrison

Jen and Tyler Hays

Marjorie and Jeffrey Honickman

Paul Johnson

Amanda Kaiserman and Nicolas Tosi

Laura Kaiserman

Keith Leaphart

Marguerite Lenfest

Pete Maruca and Cricket Brosius

Leslie and David Matthews

Hank McNeil

Henry and Elizabeth Mellon

Don Millinger and Gary Clinton

Laurie Phillips and Barry Milberg

Gregory and Teresa Rodgers

Ivy Silver and Steven Leshner

Shanin and Tracey Specter 

Jim and Jocelyn Stewart

John Toates Architecture and Design

Helene and Archbold Van Beuren

Sarah Walter and Al West

Jami and Ken Young

 
 

Location

Atelier FAS Gallery

1301 N 31st Street, Gallery 2
Philadelphia, PA 

 

Who We Are

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Mission

Philadelphia Contemporary presents cross-disciplinary art that reflects the diversity and vitality of Philadelphia.  We thrive through a dynamic and sustainable model of collaboration and partnership.  We are developing a substantial new building as a permanent home: it will be accessible, welcoming, and surprising.

Vision

Create a globally oriented hub for contemporary art that is deeply rooted in the diverse communities of Philadelphia. 

  

Create a building that serves and delights artists, visitors, and enhances Philadelphia’s cultural ecosystem.

  

Champion a vibrant and sustainable business model based on partnerships and collaborations. 

  

Educate and empower youth through art.

 
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