Pan American Art Projects specializes in art of the Americas with the mission to build a bridge between North and South American cultures by presenting and exhibiting artists from both regions. We deal with emerging to established artists, as well as secondary market paintings, sculpture, and works on paper.In 1990 we started as Galerie Malraux in Los Angeles, California: at that time the gallery focused mainly on Caribbean art. In 1994 the gallery followed its founder to Dallas, Texas, in a transition which marked the beginning of Pan American Art Gallery; the inaugural exhibit was a massive 400-piece show of important modernist Cuban art. By the early 2000’s the gallery moved to a 4500 square feet exhibition space in the upscale Turtle Creek area of Dallas; the first show there, a comprehensive view of Cuban photography titled “Cuban Photography – Revolutionary to Contemporary” was named one of the ten best shows of the year in America. Since that time the gallery expanded its reach to North and South America, and promotes contemporary artists of distinction from the Western Hemisphere. In December 2006 we opened as 12,000 sq. ft. compound in the heart of the Wynwood district of Miami, which features multiple exhibition rooms, a video box, on-site storage, a library, and an apartment with a studio for visiting artists. Our first Miami exhibit was a large two-man show of Leon Ferrari and Oscar Bony, both from Argentina. At that time, we modified our name to Pan American Art Projects, to reflect our evolution into a dynamic contemporary art venture.