Biggest art fair of the year; inspiring edition with 18 new participants

PAN Amsterdam: art, antiques and design
The 34th edition of the art, design and antiques fair PAN Amsterdam will take place in the RAI Amsterdam from Sunday 14 to Sunday 21 November. The National Art Fair PAN Amsterdam offers an extremely high-quality and versatile range of more than 110 participants. These art, design and antique dealers represent the top of the industry in The Netherlands. With experienced veterans such as A. Aardewerk Antiquair Jeweler, Kunsthandel P. de Boer and BorzoGallery, and enthusiastic new participants such as Bildhalle, Willem Baars Projects and St1 gallery. There are also a number of top foreign traders on the eclectic PAN fair present.

Mark Grol, General Manager PAN Amsterdam: “After an unprecedentedly successful exhibition in 2019, and a year of reflection in 2021 we will look ahead with a positive outlook together with traders. Full of energy
and confidence in the future. The resilience and flexibility of the entire culture industry has shown during the recent period. The Belgian art historian Paul Dujardin calls art the vaccine in the post-corona era. We are therefore pleased to announce that former artistic director and director of De Nederlandse Opera Pierre Audi the campaign image for the upcoming edition of PAN Amsterdam will develop in collaboration with photographer duo Maria Bodil.”

“More and more people are looking for meaningful moments and investments. They no longer only want to buy, but instead delve deeper and be inspired. A need that we meet with a diverse range of art, antiques and design and a varied fringe programming at the upcoming PAN Amsterdam like to fulfill. We look forward to working with our partners and participants on an exceptional, inspiring edition.”

The Swiss bank J. Safra Sarasin (Luxembourg) SA is the main sponsor of the upcoming edition and will offer an extensive program during the fair. Paardekooper is also sponsor of the fair. Taschen and FloatScans will be presented in the Business Pavilion this year.