Mark Grol, the Managing Director of PAN Amsterdam, aimed to highlight the diversity of this 36th edition, featuring exhibitors from the Netherlands, the United States, Germany, France, Belgium, the UK, and Italy. All 120 spaces were filled, showcasing a wide array of modern and contemporary art, design, photography, old masters, 19th-century paintings, silver, Asian art, and for the first time, African contemporary art.

This year’s fair was particularly exciting due to its varied mix of participants, including 20 newcomers like Ariane C-Y Art from Paris and Nicholas Grindley LLC from London. The PAN Podium also offered daily lectures on topics ranging from portraiture and digital art to jewelry and fashion, adding an educational layer to the event. The campaign image for this year was designed by Rembrandt Sutorius, director of Artis Zoo in Amsterdam, capturing the beauty of nature as a source of artistic inspiration.

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Duende Fine Arts, Koudij Gallery, Ariane C-Y, Arkris Studio, and more. Dive into the 2023 edition of PAN Amsterdam, the largest regional art fair in the Netherlands.

With over 37,000 annual visitors, PAN Amsterdam spans more than 5,000 years of art history and offers pieces vetted by 80 independent experts, ensuring quality, authenticity, and condition. With prices ranging from €500 to €500,000, there was something for every collectors.

Sum it up, I'm in a rush!

  • When? | 19 – 26 November 2023
  • Where? | Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Atmosphere | Distinguished and upscale
  • Featured Gallery Gem | Ariane C-Y
  • For Whom? | Local seasoned collectors

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