03 November 2022

Amsterdam Art X PAN Amsterdam

Amsterdam Art X PAN Amsterdam
From 20-27 November the 35th edition of PAN Amsterdam, the fair in art, antiques and design, takes place in RAI Amsterdam. During the fair PAN Podium offers the visitors a varied programme full of inspiring talks and interactive presentations. The programming per day is centered around a different theme. All fair visitors are welcome to join. Just like last year, Amsterdam Art contributes to Pan Podium with two talks: Beyond the Trend: Engaging Contemporary Art from Africa and Women in Tech. 

Win a ticket to PAN Amsterdam
Do you want to attend these talks and meet the Amsterdam Art team? Amsterdam Art gets to give away 2 × 2 tickets. If you would like to be considered, send an e-mail to info@amsterdamart.com and mention why you would like to attend the talks at PAN Podium. Amsterdam Art will draw lots from the most creative entries. We will send the winners a personal message on 21 November with the code for the free ticket to PAN Amsterdam.

Wednesday 23 November
17.00-18.00 Beyond the Trend: Engaging Contemporary Art from Africa (ENG)
Contemporary art from the African continent has long been in high demand. The artists’ stories and the specific context of various regions are highlighted in TSA Contemporary Art’s publication Collector’s Series: Artists and Cities. Nina Folkersma, director of Amsterdam Art, talks with Bukola Oyebode, editor-in-chief of TSA Magazine, Carla Schulting, collector of contemporary art from Africa and artist Buhlebezwe Siwani.

Thursday 24 November
17.00 – 18.00 ART TABLE – WOMEN IN TECH
The art world is becoming increasingly digital. Also on the art market, (female) artists are conquering new groups of buyers through the use of new media art. During this talk, organized by ArtTable Nederland, the networking organization for female professionals in the visual arts, in cooperation with Amsterdam Art, we talk with the co-founder en creative director Natasha Greenhalgh of Nxt Museum, and gallery manager Anne de Jong of Upstream Gallery about new media art in the art world.