New Dealers and First Look PAN Amsterdam 2018

10/18/2018

181010PAN NAN AMSTERDAM 2018 NEW DEALERS AND FIRST LOOK   Alternate Text

On 18 November 2018 PAN Amsterdam opens its doors for the 32nd fair in RAI Amsterdam. The annual fair for art, antiques and design offers experienced collectors and people starting out a varied selection from the collections of 110 antique dealers, art dealers and gallery owners. For the second staging of the exhibition on the floor of the fair, the internationally renowned photographer Erwin Olaf is portraying Amsterdammers with eight highlights he has selected. He went in search of typical characters and locations in the city for his portraits. In the series he makes both obvious and humorous connections between PAN and the city of Amsterdam. 

 

New Participants

This year PAN Amsterdam welcomes eleven new and returning participants. Reflecting the breadth of the fair, they are ASAP Gallery (Contemporary Art), Borzo Gallery (Contemporary Art), Bruil & Brandsma Works of art (Antiques), Foumani Persian Gallery (Carpets), Histoire (Design), Langart (Contemporary Art), MPV Gallery (Contemporary Art) Galerie Martin Mertens (Contemporary Art), Sue Ollemans Oriental Works of Art (Antiques), Passage Art (Contemporary Art) and Qlick Gallery (Photography). “The range of the offer and the participants is in PAN Amsterdam’s DNA. Over the past few years we have set our course towards this and we see that the economic climate is now giving people the confidence to buy. We are proud of the loyal and new groups of dealers at the fair this year and we look forward to a successful fair this year,” said CEO Patrick van Maris.

 

PAN Amsterdam’s unique selling point is the variety of what is on offer in terms of styles and periods.Thisis echoed in the fair’s layout and in the star items that the exhibitors bring with them. Mark Smit Kunsthandelis showing the painting View of the Bay of Majorcaby Leo Gestel. This painting will be seen in the Netherlands again for the first time in 35 years. One painting coming on to the market after three generations is Portrait of a Ladyby Isaac Israëls, which will be on Kunstgalerij Albricht’s stand. It is probably a portrait of Kees van Dongen’s wife. Antiques are one of PAN ‘s cornerstones. Gude & Meisare bringing an eye-catching, sculptural French clock featuring Cupid and Psyche. This early 18thcentury clock is an unusual size, so clocks of this type rarely come on to the marketAnother strikingly large object is an eighteenth-century silver inkstand. This autumnA. Aardewerk Antiek Juweliersare showing the only known set of this size.

 

Many PAN exhibitors’ collections contain work by the famous Dutch designer Gerrit Rietveld. Galerie Van Den Bruinhorsthas a crate desk with an unusual provenance. This 1940 example was given to a medical student for her studies. As she was Jewish she was not able to complete her training until after the war and later went on to become a pharmacist. The desk from the family collection is coming on the market for the first time. Wonderwoodhas a lavish, Italian post-modern desk. Designed in the 1970s, it comes from a designer in the circle of Joe Colombo with the typical distinct shapes and combination of glass and plywood. A great many artworks will be seen at the fair for the first time. A spectacular series is coming from by Jeffrey Millstein. Last summer he hung from a helicopter over Amsterdam for a new edition of his series Areals. The view of iconic locations in the city from above can be seen for the first time at ARTITLEDcontemporary

 

From collection to museum

The theme of the third edition of PAN Podium is ‘From Private Collection to Museum’. The various private museums that opened in the Netherlands over the past few years and the gift of the Blokker Collection to Museum Singer Laren have prompted this year’s programme. As the place where the Dutch art market comes together, a dozen cultural parties at PAN Amsterdam offer different aspects and ambitions of collecting and life with art. With contributions from such institutions as the Rembrandt Society, Design Museum Den Bosch, KVHOK, Chateau HEX, RKD and Museum Singer Laren. 

 

Participants at PAN Amsterdam 2018 

(*new/returning exhibitors)

 

A. Aardewerk Antiquair Juwelier

Kunstgalerij Albricht

Angevaren Antiquairs

Antes Art 1900

ARTITLEDcontemporary

ASAP Gallery*

Galerie Bart

Bastings & Van Tuijl bv

Kunsthandel A.H. Bies

Bijl-Van Urk B.V.

Kunsthandel P. de Boer B.V.

Dr.Lennart Booij, Fine Arts - Rare Items

Richard Ter Borg

BorzoGallery

Bruijstens Modern Art

Bruil en Brandsma Antiquairs*

Galerie VAN DEN BRUINHORST

Contempo Galerie

Creatie Art

Daatselaar Fine Art & Antiques

Dekker Antiquairs

Dep Art (Italy)

Galerie Dom'Arte

Douwes Fine Art

De Galerie van Piet Hein Eek

Eigenmann Juwelen

John Endlich Antiquairs

Gallery Tiny Esveld (Belgium)

Etienne Gallery

Flatland Gallery 

Galerie Fontana

Fontijn Antiek vof

Foumani Persian Gallery

Bernard C.M. Grijpma Kunst en Antiek

GUDE & Meis Antieke Klokken

Mark Haasnoot Fine Arts

Hamadi Oriental Art

Galerie Huub Hannen

Collectie Harms Rolde

Hemke Kuilboer Juweliers

Heutink Ikonen

Histoire*

Galerie Helga Hofman

Jan van Hoof Galerie

Per van der Horst [ Modern_Contemporary ]

Hotei Japanese Prints

Janknegt Gallery

Jaski Gallery

Kahmann Gallery

Kanalidarte (Italy)

Galerie Roger Katwijk

Hein A.M. Klaver Kunsthandel

Galerie Rob Koudijs

Frides Laméris Kunst- en Antiekhandel vof

Langart*

Galerie Lieve Hemel

Arnold Ligthart Kunsthandel & Bemiddeling

Limburg Antiquairs

Feng Chun Ma Chinese & Japanese Art Consultancy

Galerie Marzee

Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge

Kunsthandel Meijer

Mentink & Roest

Galerie Martin Mertens (Germany)*

Galerie Mokum

Morentz

MPV Gallery*

Tom Okker Art

Sue Ollemans Oriental Works of Art (United Kingdom)*

Dolf D. van Omme 19th-21st-Century European Fine Arts

Oranda Jin, Japanese Paintings & Painters’ Pottery

Axel Pairon Gallery (Belgium)

Passage Arts*

Eduard Planting Gallery | Fine Art Photographs

Polak Works of Art

Kunsthandel Pygmalion

Qlick Gallery*

Rademakers Gallery

Galerie Ramakers

De Rijk Fine Art

Rondom 1920

Jacob J. Roosjen

drs. J.C. van Schaik

Robert Schreuder Antiquair

Schulman 

Scriptum Art Books

Hidde van Seggelen (Germany)

SmithDavidson Gallery

Mark Smit Kunsthandel

Steltman Juwelier

Marjan Sterk Fine Art Jewellery

Kunsthandel Inez Stodel

Salomon Stodel Antiquités

Studio 2000 Art Gallery 

Tableau Fine Arts Magazine

Tak Master Paintings

Tóth - Ikonen

Kunstzalen A. Vecht

Verbeek-Schuttelaar

Galerie de Vis

Het Ware Huis

Zilvergalerie de Watertoren

Galerie Wilms

E.J. van Wisselingh & Co

WonderWood

ZERP Galerie

Kunsthandel Mieke Zilverberg

Zitzo

 

With thanks to:

PAN Amsterdam would like to thank our main sponsor Oyens & Van Eeghen and sponsors Paardekooper Private Insurance, the Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds and Laurent Perrier for their generous support.