There were more than 110 gallery owners, and antique and art dealers at PAN Amsterdam 2018 with an assortment of paintings, antiques, modern and contemporary art, jewellery, photography, design furniture and objects from ancient and distant cultures.
EXHIBITORS BY NAME
Art nouveau, Art Deco, Design. French/Dutch/Italian art glass, furniture and lighting
19th and 20 th century Paintings, Big collection Chinese porselain Kraak, Wanli, Shunzi, Kangxi, Yongzheng, Qianlong, European and Japanese bronzes 19 th century
Galerie Caroline O’Breen, formerly Seelevel Gallery, aims on presenting current leading fine art photography from artists from the Netherlands and abroad. We focus on engaged and conceptual photography based art and present pioneering and critical works from artists who explore and expand the diversity of the photographic medium. We thereby want to provide a platform for artists who focus on examining the transformations in function and meaning of the photographic image, and also in their elaboration are looking for a broadening of the medium. In this way photography can also function as a starting point or framework for multimedia installations, collages, sculptures and conceptual art. Seelevel Gallery started in 2009 and is since June 2015 rebranded to Galerie Caroline O'Breen and located in the city-heart of Amsterdam.
Modern and Contemporary art, specializes in Abstract Post-War Art and New Paris School.
The gallery specializes in the very finest 19th and 20th century jewellery with emphasis on the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. The collection includes rare and exquisite pieces by famous jewellers such as Cartier, René Lalique, Van Cleef & Arpels, Boucheron, Mauboussin, Tiffany ...
Antique maps and charts, town views, prints and drawings
International art from 1900, specialised in pop-art, zero and minimal art.
Magazine Residence inspires with stylish interiors, interior designers and exclusive properties in the Netherlands and Belgium
field of colonial antiques and rare artefacts from the West Indies to Japan, including furniture, paintings, prints, sculptures, silver, gold, textiles and ethnographical items from far away shores.