PAN Amsterdam


Amsterdam RAI, Hall 8, Europaplein, 1078 GZ Amsterdam



Open to teh Public


Exhibition / Show

PAN Amsterdam

The largest national art fair 19 - 26 November 2023 in the Netherlands

Mark Grol, the Managing Director PAN Amsterdam:

"I am incredibly proud of the variety of exhibitors at this 36th edition; many new, young gallery owners are standing alongside trusted international art dealers. All 120 spaces have been filled with exhibitors from the Netherlands, the United States, Germany, France, Belgium, the UK and Italy. They represent some of the finest of modern and contemporary art, design and photography, as well as a strong representation of old masters, 19th-century paintings, silver, Asian art and, for the first time, African contemporary art."

PAN Amsterdam will be at RAI Amsterdam from 19 to 26 November and, in addition to the thousands of artworks, antiques and design, PAN Podium will also offer inspiration, with a daily programme full of lectures on subjects including portraiture, digital art, jewellery and fashion.

Varied mix of new participants from home and abroad Among the diverse mix of 20 enthusiastic newcomers are Ariane C-Y Art from Paris, Nicholas Grindley LLC from London, and Finch & Co. from Brussels, in addition to Antiquariaat de Roo, Broess Antiques, Erik Bijzet Sculpture and Works of Art and The Old Treasury Jewellery from the Netherlands.

New the much loved Old Masters division are Belgian Galerie Lowet de Wotrenge, Floris van Wanroij Fine Art and Tak Master Paintings. In contemporary art, the newcomers are Eenwerk, GoMulan, The Merchant House, Contour Gallery, Roof-A and Brinkman & Bergsma, and design can be seen at AtKris, Mass Modern Design and Particles Gallery PAN campaign image 'Through the eyes of Rembrandt Sutorius' Every year a figurehead from the cultural world is asked to create the PAN campaign image.

This year the honour went to Rembrandt Sutorius, director of Artis Zoo in Amsterdam. Graphic designer Sef Hansen designed the image: “Through the Eyes of Rembrandt Sutorius.

"Sutorius is the general director of Artis”, he notes, “and every day he marvels at all the life around us. Both about the strength and the beauty of nature. And, how everything - even if you don't see it immediately - is connected and interdependent. From the tiniest, invisible life to the infinite in the universe. That wonder is a source of inspiration for the arts par excellence. My design reflects nature's spectacular forms and biological processes. A harmonious mix of real photographs and artificial intelligence elements borrowed from nature's majestic universe. A representation of the force that shapes everything around us, or Natura Artis Magistra: nature is the teacher of art."

Objects from 5,000 years of art history from €500 to €500,000 The 37,000 visitors that PAN Amsterdam attracts every year see an international offering of art that spans more than 5,000 years of art history, making it a perfect place to compare art and find surprising pieces. Moreover, each object is vetted by 80 independent experts for quality, authenticity, and condition, so the art on display can be bought with confidence. With prices ranging from €500 to €500,000, the fair attracts a wide audience bridging age, wealth and experience of collecting.

19 - 26 November 2023

Amsterdam RAI, Hall 8, Europaplein, 1078 GZ Amsterdam