PAN is a visual arts platform created in Argentina, which aims to draw networks at a global level. It is a public space of reflection and discussion. The bread dough is fed, grown, shared. In the same way, we believe in the collective impulse and in the creative exchange that takes place when transverse cultural networks are woven. We are passionate about sharing selected projects produced by established and emerging artists. Apart from giving visibility to local and international inspiring artists, we produce editorial content such as interviews, studio visits, book reviews, exhibitions, and museums reviews etc. PAN is a permeable community without borders or limits. An inclusive space to dialogue that intends to cross borders.

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Discover the PAN team

Pía Dalesson

Bachelor of Arts, she believes in the promotion of artists and creative processes as a way to expand limits and improve the social gear. She is the founder and director of the PAN platform. She lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she develops as a cultural manager.

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Rita Maschwitz

Bachelor of Arts. She has more than ten years of experience in the art gallery world of Buenos Aires. During this time, she has worked with established and emerging artists, accompanying their projects, positioning them in the contemporary art market and in the international art fair circuit. She is also interested in the enhancement and recovery of Argentine art and its past heritage.

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Estefania Radnic

Trained in the history of art, her life was traversed by travel, books and long years residing in France. She is passionate about tracking the links between Latin American and French artists and studying the networks of exchanges that are woven in exile. She is an enthusiast for generating artistic projects for children and young people to motivate them to discover the world of art. She lives in Buenos Aires where she enjoys visiting art exhibitions with her daughters, writing and traveling to the countryside.

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Irene Müller Lohidoy

Research in art history, artist workshops and international biennial productions are the areas where our collaborator works. Without a fixed base and convinced that there are no impossible when it comes to creating and building, in their hands everything is pure potential.

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Javiera Valencia Arenas

She was born in Santiago de Chile, trained in Visual Arts in Argentina and Brazil. She has been dedicated to art and childhood for more than 10 years. She is the director of Chicos al Arte, a space for artistic connection, experimentation and exchange. In her Atelier she generates artistic experiences to continue building and enhancing those flexible looks. She currently lives in Buenos Aires.

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Dolores Lamarca

She has a Management and History of the Arts Degree and is a National Profesor of Drawing and Painting. She gives seminars on Art History and guided visits in institutions and museums.

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Sofía Jacky Rosell

She was born in the city of Mendoza. She is a Professor of Art History graduated from the National University of Cuyo. She has been the director of galleries and art spaces in her province, developing various curatorial projects. She is currently finishing the Master's Degree in Curation, and since 2018 she works as an art assistant and curator in private collections and galleries in the city of Buenos Aires.

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Matilde LLambi Campbell

With a degree in Art History and an artist, she has worked as a critic, curator, researcher, guide and gallery assistant. In 2003 she did the internship for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and a few months later she was summoned to work in the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Between 2004 and 2006 she worked exclusively for the Maritime Museum of Ushuaia. As an artist, she exhibited her trilogy of the sea in Buenos Aires between 2009 and 2017. Currently she photographs the Argentine Atlantic Coast. Since 2008 she has been conducting guided tours in English for the Malba. She has a deep interest in sustainability and Argentine Contemporary Art.

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