Since 1978 Mobilia Gallery has had longstanding relationships with institutions and individuals throughout the country, working closely with museum curators and collectors to place significant works of art in public and private collections. Mobilia Gallery features 20th and 21st century decorative and fine art, including sculpture, ceramics, paintings, glass, textiles, studio furniture and jewelry. The gallery presents innovative, curated exhibits showcasing American and international artists with lectures, symposiums, traveling exhibitions, and catalogs and books which provide a deeper understanding of the arts and the creative process.

The gallery is located in Huron Village, a 15 minute stroll down historic Brattle Street. From Harvard Square, note the homes with blue signage – you can view the homes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, among other noteworthy historical figures. Take a right at Fayerweather street (the first intersection with traffic lights). Proceed down Fayerweather to Huron Avenue and turn left. Mobilia Gallery is located at 358 Huron Ave. in the second block, on the left-hand side, at the corner of Gurney Street and Huron Avenue. Across the street you will see the Cambridge Trust Company, a red brick building.

Address
358 Huron Avenue
Cambridge Massachusetts 02138

Contact
Phone: 1 617 876 2109

Find out more about Mobilia Gallery's Jo Anne and Libby Cooper by reading their 2015 interview on AJF.

Mobilia Gallery
Mobilia Gallery
Opening at Mobilia, Cambridge, Massachusetts, photo: Emelee Van Zile
Opening at Mobilia, Cambridge, Massachusetts, photo: Emelee Van Zile
Mobilia staff, left to right: artist Mariko Kusumoto, co-director Jo Anne Cooper, director Libby Cooper, artist and gallery mana
Mobilia staff, left to right: artist Mariko Kusumoto, co-director Jo Anne Cooper, director Libby Cooper, artist and gallery manager Emelee Van Zile, artist and preparator Sue Aygarn-Kowalski, photo: Stanley Peterson
Sue Aygarn Kowalski, Striking Tools, functional mallets and hammers, exotic woods, brass, bronze, steel, delrin, various sizes,
Sue Aygarn Kowalski, Striking Tools, 2015, functional mallets and hammers, exotic woods, brass, bronze, steel, delrin, various sizes, photo: Dean Powell
Hanne Behrens, Bracelet, woven oxidized sterling silver, 127 mm long x 64 mm diameter, photo: courtesy of Mobilia Gallery 2012
Hanne Behrens, Bracelet, 2012, woven oxidized sterling silver, 127 mm long x 64 mm diameter, photo: courtesy of Mobilia Gallery
Kevin Coates, Dioscuri, ring, 18-karat gold, Thracian stater silver coin 400–350 BC, 34 x 30 mm, photo: Clarissa Bruce 2015
Kevin Coates, Dioscuri, 2015, ring, 18-karat gold, Thracian stater silver coin 400–350 BC, 34 x 30 mm, photo: Clarissa Bruce
Mariko Kusumoto, Necklace, polyester, monofilament, 11” x 6”, photo : artist 2015
Mariko Kusumoto, Necklace, 2015, polyester, monofilament, 11” x 6”, photo : artist
Jee Hye Kwon, Float, necklace, oxidized silver, aquamarine, 229 x 248 x 19 mm, photo: artist 2015
Jee Hye Kwon, Float, 2015, necklace, oxidized silver, aquamarine, 229 x 248 x 19 mm, photo: artist
Seulgi Kwon, A Slow Walker, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, plastic, paper, plastic bead, 168 x 206 x 38 mm, photo: artist 20
Seulgi Kwon, A Slow Walker, 2015, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, plastic, paper, plastic bead, 168 x 206 x 38 mm, photo: artist
Yuri Tozuka, Companion, marionette necklace, sterling silver, fine silver, brain, 2.5” x 5”, photo : courtesy of Mobilia Gallery
Yuri Tozuka, Companion, 2011, marionette necklace, sterling silver, fine silver, brain, 2.5” x 5”, photo : courtesy of Mobilia Gallery
Mobilia Gallery
Opening at Mobilia, Cambridge, Massachusetts, photo: Emelee Van Zile
Mobilia staff, left to right: artist Mariko Kusumoto, co-director Jo Anne Cooper, director Libby Cooper, artist and gallery mana
Sue Aygarn Kowalski, Striking Tools, functional mallets and hammers, exotic woods, brass, bronze, steel, delrin, various sizes,
Hanne Behrens, Bracelet, woven oxidized sterling silver, 127 mm long x 64 mm diameter, photo: courtesy of Mobilia Gallery 2012
Kevin Coates, Dioscuri, ring, 18-karat gold, Thracian stater silver coin 400–350 BC, 34 x 30 mm, photo: Clarissa Bruce 2015
Mariko Kusumoto, Necklace, polyester, monofilament, 11” x 6”, photo : artist 2015
Jee Hye Kwon, Float, necklace, oxidized silver, aquamarine, 229 x 248 x 19 mm, photo: artist 2015
Seulgi Kwon, A Slow Walker, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, plastic, paper, plastic bead, 168 x 206 x 38 mm, photo: artist 20
Yuri Tozuka, Companion, marionette necklace, sterling silver, fine silver, brain, 2.5” x 5”, photo : courtesy of Mobilia Gallery