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PAN ART CONNECTIONS INC.

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Pan Art Connections, Inc. was formed by museum professionals who, faced with the day-to-day business challenge of operating a museum efficiently, adopted a business model that proved economical while providing great exposure and enhanced attendance.

Pan Art Connections offers ready-to-exhibit collections from which museums can select to exhibit in their own venue. Conversely, by contributing their collections to the pool, museums increase their revenue and exposure.

LATEST NEWS

Welcoming a new addition to our portofolio of collections │ Voyage, Seafaring and Shipbuilding in Greece from Antiquity to Modern Times

April 6, 2017 in News
The history of navigation in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas is a fascinating narrative of sea voyages, shipbuilding accomplishments, dissemination of ideas and technological development. Forty-two ship models illustrate this...

New Exhibition │Toulouse-Lautrec La Belle Epoque Exhibition at AMO, Arena Museo Opera, Palazzo Forti, Verona

March 26, 2017 in News
From April 1st, 2017 a major exhibition at the AMO-Palazzo Forti celebrates Toulouse-Lautrec’s artistic trajectory with over 170 works from the Herakleidon Museum in Athens Greece. The exhibition is curated...

New Collection Available for Exhibitions │ Metamorphoses of Athens, 1839-1950

March 25, 2017 in News
This collection aspires to reassemble, with the help of rare photographic material, the oldest images of the city of Athens from the mid-19th century to the first years following WWII....

Measuring the Success of Travelling Exhibitions – Glasgow 2016

November 8, 2016 in News
MP Workshops / Practical Workshops at Glasgow 2016 / Nov 8th 2016 Collections, interpretation and exhibition design Measuring the success of travelling exhibitions Speakers: Nicholas T. Kondoprias, Partner, PAN Art...
Testimonials

We anticipated the exhibit would be extremely popular with our visitors since there is such a correlation between these two artists. PAN ART proved to be efficient and organized and supplied a large collection quite adaptable to different museum spaces. The prints are beautifully framed accompanied by didactic information easily tailored to the style of our display. Our programming included an illuminating presentation by the collector Paul Firos, a lecture by a collage mathematics teacher enthralled with tessellation, children's games and lectures by myself and the Curator of Education on the artist.

JOAN KROPF, Deputy Director/ Chief Curator M.C. Escher at the Dalí (2015) - Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, FL

Our visitors loved the Toulouse-Lautrec and His World exhibition, and we received many positive comments. PAN Art Connections were very easy to work with and anticipated all our needs. We enjoyed working with them and look forward to possible future collaborations.

TRACEE J. GLAB, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Toulouse Lautrec and his World (2014) - Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI USA

Over the last five years, it has been most rewarding for the New Britain Museum of American Art to work with PAN Art Connections, Inc. The Toulouse-Lautrec and Escher exhibition brought record numbers of people to the Museum. We expanded our membership dramatically and sales in the Museum store were robust. The exhibitions came with comprehensive text panels and labels and interpretive, educational materials. The works of art themselves were of the very highest quality and were in perfect condition and beautifully framed. Visitors of all ages reacted very well especially to the Escher show, which resonated with visitors from their teenage years to their nineties.

DOUGLAS HYLAND, DirectorToulouse Lautrec and his World (2013), M.C. Escher Impossible Realities (2010) - New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT USA