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41. Michael Graves, a five pieces sterling tea– and coffee service, limited edition by Alessi, Italy 1985. Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR


Contemporary Art & Design Viewing 14 – 18 April. Auction 19 April, 2018 Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm

Spring has arrived and with it Contemporary Art & Design! Contemporary art is the art of possibilities; there is an unending variation, and artistic expressions merge within widely differing techniques and media. From painting, photography and sculpture, to video, installations, digital art and performance art. This art develops in real time, which enables you to constantly discover new works and artists, and that is what makes the contemporary art market so dynamic. That will become more obvious than ever this year because Bukowskis’ Contemporary Art & Design viewing is taking place at the same time as Stockholm Art Week. This spring Contemporary Art & Design features a number of exciting artists and works with a variety of expressions. There is an installation by the Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno, who had a solo show at Bonniers Konsthall in 2010. There is also an important photograph by Klara Lidén and a work in faux fur by Karl Norin. The moving object in wood and metal by PO Ultvedt was exhibited at the iconic exhibition “HON” in 1966 at Moderna Museet. The leading artist at that very exhibition was Niki de Saint Phalle by whom we include two works. The auction features two videos by superduo Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, who will have their own exhibition at Moderna Museet over the summer. We are also able to offer works by other established Swedish artists, including a large girl pulling faces in bronze by Lena Cronqvist. Photographer Ellen von Unwerth’s images are being exhibited at Fotografiska in Stockholm this spring. Her image of Naomi Campbell is included in the auction’s multifaceted photography section, which also includes a number of images by Christer Strömholm, such as his fantastic image of the two boys in Paris, alongside some of his more unusual motifs. This spring’s auction includes a selection of the last few decades’ most sought-after design objects dating from the 1960s right through to the present day. Discover our design section with designers such as Eva Hild, Folkform, Simon Klenell, Fredrik Paulsen and Nick Ross. Postmodernist classics from among other The Memphis Group, Ettore Sottsass, Ron Arad and Superstudio, as well as Swedish counterparts, such as renowned designers Jonas Bohlin and Mats Theselius. The auction also features carpets by Verner Panton and Robert Indiana. We look forward to seeing you! Bukowskis specialists Louise Wrede, Karin Aringer, Eva Seeman, Camilla Behrer, Jonatan Jahn and Anette Granlund.

Cover: Niki De Saint Phalle, Le Tempérance, detail.


41. Michael Graves, a five pieces sterling tea– and coffee service, limited edition by Alessi, Italy 1985. Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR


35. Superstudio, Olook, ceiling lamp, Poltronova. 44. Fredrik Paulsen, Glass and steel chair. 46. Paolo Piva, Alanda table, B&B Italia. 37. Ettore Sottsass, ceramic, Bitossi.


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Number 1 � 53 54 � 145

Photography

146 � 232

Prints

233 – 244

From 3 pm Important Timepieces

Number 1 � 98


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1. Olof Ottelin, an easy chair, “Jumbo”, nr 174, Kervo for Stockmann OY, Finland, 1960–70’s. Wooden frame lacquered in blue, upholstered with a floral patterned fabric, marked with a pen underneath Jumbo 174. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 971 – 1 457

2. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, an “Estrella” ceiling lamp, model T580/H, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70’s. Polished brass, for six lights, amber coloured glass rods, diameter 52 cm, height 37 cm, total height ca 60 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

3. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a large ceiling lamp, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70’s. Brass, eight shades, plastic dimmers, two ceiling fixtures, marked with paper label, height 97 cm, width 185 cm, depth 47 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915


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4. Scandinavian Designer, a rosewood sideboard, probably Denmark 1960’s. Veneered with rosewood, six doors, shelves to interior, length 255 cm, depth 45 cm, height 91 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

5. Verner Panton, a Carpet, handknotted, Morocco, ca 295 x 209 cm, signed V.P. (Verner Panton). The carpets were made from around 1974 and a few years ahead by Mira–X, during Verner Panton’s life. There were about ten different patterns, most of them in only one example. The patterns were made in multicolor, beige and in brown/ cognac as this. Traces of two labels at the back. (Rare). Provenance: A private home in Lund (south west of Sweden) where the living room was designed by a Danish architect completely in this pattern and colour scheme with textiles from Mira–X, around 1976–77. Literature: Compare with an old Mira–X catalogue. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 749 – 1 943

6. Jonas Bohlin, a unique armchair, Källemo, Sweden 1985. Blue lacquered wood, back, seat and neck cushion upholstered in beige leather, width 56 cm, length ca 93 cm, seat height ca 45 cm. Exhibitions: The chair was executed by Jonas Bohlin himself at Källemo for an exhibition in New York in 1985. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

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7. Jonas Bohlin, a “Slottsbacken” cabinet, Källemo, Sweden post 1987. Stained oak, sheet iron, the interior with five glass shelves, marked with plaque SLOTTSBACKEN av JONAS BOHLIN 1987 för KÄLLEMO–VÄRNAMO–SWEDEN. Produced in 200 ex 1/200 – 200/200 and 10 ex signed 1/X – X/X. Number 173/200 JONAS BOHLIN. Height 210 cm, width 70 cm, depth 37 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 718 – 12 147

8. Mats Theselius, an “Aluminium” easy chair, Källemo, Sweden post 1990. Aluminium, beech, seat and back upholstered with plaited birch bark. Label marked, engraved mark to the lower back, height 74 cm. Provenance: Bought at the Nordiska Galleriet, Stockholm, in 1990. (d)

Estimate: SEK 45 000 – 50 000 / EUR 4 373 – 4 859

9. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, “Älgskinnsfåtöljen”, Källemo, Sweden post 1991. Iron plate, beech wood, seat in elk leather, marked ÄLGSKINNSFÅTÖLJ MATS THESELIUS 1991 102/360 KÄLLEMO SWEDEN, height 78 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 75 000 / EUR 4 859 – 7 288


45. Folkform, Suburban Skyline, lamp. 19. Jonas Bohlin, Slottsbacken, cabinet, Källemo. 9. Mats Theselius, Älgskinnsfåtöljen, Källemo. 39. Gianni Villa, Kalamo, lamp, Valenti. 50. Ron Arad, version of Rover Chair.


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10. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, “Älgskinnsfåtöljen”, Källemo, Sweden post 1991. Iron plate, beech wood, seat in elk leather, marked ÄLGSKINNSFÅTÖLJ MATS THESELIUS 1991 101/360 KÄLLEMO SWEDEN, height 78 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

11. Mats Theselius, a Ferrari red “Canapé”, Källemo Sweden, post 1991. Ferrari red lacquered steel, red leather and walnut, marked with label and numbered 28/35, height 75 cm, seat height 46 cm, length 130 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

12. Mats Theselius, a pair of “el Rey” easy chairs by Källemo, Sweden, post 1999. Brass, black leather, signed el Rey by Mats Theselius 1999 Nr: 351/360 and 352/360 copies For Källemo, Sweden, height 72 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577


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13. John Kandell, a “Gestalten” mahogany cabinet, Källemo, Sweden post 1989. Stamped JK and numbered 28/100, height 202 cm width 25 cm, depth 35,5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166

14. Mats Theselius, a pair of “Aluminium” easy chairs, Källemo, Sweden post 1990. Aluminium, steel and leather, height 73,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

15. Alf Linder, a sofa table, Källemo, Sweden post 1995. Steel frame with glass top, decorated with photography, popcorn and etching saying : “SEDAN TVÅTUSEN ÅR HÄMNAS JESUS PÅ OSS FÖR ATT HAN INTE DÖTT PÅ EN SCHÄSLONG”, height 56 cm, width 87 cm, depth 87 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

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16. Mats Theselius, an “el Rey” easy chair by Källemo Sweden, post 1999. Brass, black leather, signed el Rey by Mats Theselius 1999 Nr: 138/360 copies For Källemo, Sweden, height 72 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 75 000 / EUR 4 859 – 7 288

17. Mats Theselius, a daybed, “Chaise Lounge”, Källemo, Sweden post 1992. Black lacquered metal base, black leather seat, height 70 cm, length 212 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

18. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, “Järn/Moccafåtöljen”, Källemo, Sweden post 1994. Sheet iron, beech wood, marked JÄRN/MOCCAFÅTÖLJEN Mats Theselius No 153/360 KÄLLEMO AB VÄRNAMO SWEDEN, height 74 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 915


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19. Mats Theselius, a “Blackbird” table by Move, Sweden, post 2001. The wooden top with inlays, cast iron base, marked with label Mats Theselius MOVE 32150, height 74 cm, diameter 85 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

20. Mats Theselius, an “El Dorado”, easy chair, Källemo, Sweden post 2002. Brass, birch and leather, Marked with metal label: EL DORADO by Mats Theselius 2002 No 218/360 KÄLLEMO AB SWEDEN, height 78 cm, width 56 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

21. Mats Theselius, an “El Dorado” easy chair, Källemo, Sweden post 2002. Brass, birch and leather, Marked with metal label: EL DORADO by Mats Theselius 2002 No 273/360 KÄLLEMO AB SWEDEN, height 78 cm, width 56 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774


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22. Marika Dymling, a sterling vase, Atelier Akiram, Stockholm 1978. Length 33 cm, height 8 cm, weight ca 1220 g. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

23. Sigurdur Gustafsson, a “Rock n' Roll” rocking chair for Källemo Sweden, post 1999. Stainless steel, height 69 cm, stamped 16/99. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

24. Firma Svenskt Tenn, a coffee table, designed in 2009. Travertine top and brass base, height 38 cm, width 80 cm, depth 80 cm. Exhibitions: 97 kvadrat, Firma Svenskt Tenn 2009.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

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25. Eva Hild, a unique stoneware sculpture, “Bumling” series, Sweden 2000. Signed Eva Hild 00, measurements ca 47 x 44 cm, height ca 32,5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

26. Eva Hild, a unique red glazed stoneware sculpture, “Bulig”, Sparsör, Sweden 2002. Signed EVA HILD 02, length 30 cm, height 14,5 cm. Provenance: Bought at Galleri Bacchus, Borås, Sweden, October 2002. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

27. Matti Klenell, a unique free blown and solid glass “Urn”, executed at the Michael Davis studios, Queens, New York 2004. Two pieces, signed Matti Klenell RB / 2005, height 49 cm. Matti Klenell (b. 1972) Artist, product and furniture designer who works with assignments for Källemo, Iittala, Fontana Arte, Muuto, Moooi and Örsjö. In 2000–2006 he served as a principal teacher at Beckman’s Design College in Stockholm. Matti is currently an artistic director for the reorganization of the public spaces at the National Museum in Stockholm. Read more at bukowskis.com. Exhibitions: Galleri Inger Molin, 2005. Gustavsbergs Konsthall, 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 777 – 971


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28. Matti Klenell, a unique free blown and solid glass “Ajeto Urn”, produced at the Ajeto Glassworks, Czechia 2008. Two pieces, the upper piece decorated with a pink flower, signed Matti Klenell “AJETO URN” 2008, height 49 cm. Exhibitions: Galleri Inger Molin, Stockholm 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 583 – 777

29. Kerstin Olby, a unique “Rhapsody” cabinet by Olby Design 2010. Hand carved birchwood and wenge, marked with label and numbered 18/30, height 137 cm, depth 37 cm, width 82 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

30. Charles & Ray Eames, a lounge chair with ottoman, Herman Miller, USA 1980’s. Plywood veneered with rosewood, black leather, marked with label. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

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31. Robert Indiana, a carpet, “White on Black”, Chosen Love, hand tufted in 1995, ca 243,5 x 244,5 cm, Robert Indiana. A cut decoration and a signature in relief. A signed label at the back: numbered 99/175. “Hand made in Israel. Materials: Skein dyed, hand carved and hand tufted, Archival New Zealand wool on stretched canvas with natural latex backing”. The design LOVE was created by Robert Indiana in the 1960’s. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

32. Arne Vodder, a palisander sideboard, Sibast Furniture, Denmark, 1960's. Tambour doors, drawers and shelves, maker’s label and Danish quality control label, height 86,5 cm, width 200 cm, depth 49 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

33. A pair of Scandinavian easy chairs, 1950–60's. Sheepskin, beech and brass legs, height 75 cm. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859


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34. Eero Saarinen, a “Tulip” oval marble top dining table, Knoll International. Marked with plaque and paper label, height 72 cm, length 200 cm, width 120 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

35. Superstudio, a ceiling lamp, “Olook” for Design Centre Poltronova, Italy 1960–70's. Enameled aluminium, chrome plated steel and plastic, label marked Design Centre, height 115 cm, width 65 cm. Literature: Light–Lamps 1968–1973: New Italian Design, Ferrari and Ferrari, fig. 41. Superstudio: Life Without Objects, Land and Menking, p. 99.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

36. Superstudio, a “Gherpe” table lamp for Design Center Poltronova, Francesconi, Italy 1960–70's. Six white perspex shades, chromed metal and plastic knobs, height 38 cm, 50 x 38 cm. Exhibitions: The model is represented at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Literature: Light–Lamps 1968–1973: New Italian Design, Ferrari and Ferrari, fig. 154.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

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37. Ettore Sottsass, a ceramic vase and footed bowl by Bitossi – Montelupo, Italy. Black and white geometrical decor, signed E SOTTSASS BITOSSI – MONTELUPO, height 47 cm and 18 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

38. Superstudio, a “Polaris” lamp by Design Center Poltronova, Italy 1960–70's White marble base, chromed metal, three white glass shades, height 46 cm. Literature: Light–Lamps 1968–1973: New Italian Design, Ferrari and Ferrari, fig. 152.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

39. Gianni Villa, a “Kalamo” lamp for Valenti, Italy 1970’s. Steel with magnetic front, 14 white metal profiles, for one light, height 46,5 cm. Literature: Light–Lamps 1968–1973: New Italian Design, Ferrari and Ferrari, fig. 41. Valenti, product catalogue, 1972–73, p. 10.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457


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40. Peter Shire, an early “Bel air” easy chair, Memphis Milan 1982. Seat and back upholstered with different coloured fabrics, feet and base in lacquered wood, marked with label MEMPHIS MADE IN ITALY MILANO PETER SHIRE 1982 No 02, height 123 cm. Literature: Barbara Radice, “Memphis: research, experiences, results, failures and successes of new design”, Thames and Hudson, London 1985, p 123.

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

41. Michael Graves, a five pieces sterling tea– and coffee service, limited edition by Alessi, Italy 1985. The handles with off–white bakelite, blue finials, black feet, height of the teapot 25 cm, diameter of the tray 41 cm, maker’s marks OFFICINA ALESSI 1985 18/99 ITALY, 925, Italian silver marks, Swedish import marks, total weight excluding the tray ca 3790 g. Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

42. Michele De Lucchi, a “Kristall” table for Memphis, Italy. Plastic laminate, lacquered wood and metal. Marked with label, height 61,5 cm, diameter of the top 40 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

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43. Nick Ross, a unique “Little white lies” coffee table, Studio Nick Ross, Stockholm 2018. Yellow lacquered solid marble, signed Nick Ross 2018, height 33 cm, diameter 50 cm. Nick Ross (b. 1986) BFA, Grays School of Art in Aberdeen. MFA, Konstfack, College of Arts, Crafts and Design. Ross founded his own studio in 2014, starting a career that has led him to receive many international prizes and honours, including: Formex Nova (2016), Design Parade 11 (honourable mention in 2016), Architectural Digest’s Emerging Designer Award (2014), Muuto Talent Award (2014) and the Young Swedish Design Award (in 2011 and 2013). Read more at bukowskis.com. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

44. Fredrik Paulsen, a “Glass and steel chair”, edition EA I/I, Studio Fredrik Paulsen 2017. Hardened glass, steel, pink sheepskin, signed FP–17, height 80 cm. Fredrik Paulsen (b. 1980) MFA, Royal College of Art, London 2010. Paulsen's fascination for popular culture is a main focus in his work, when designing and reinterpreting our contemporary society. Using standard materials and uniform shapes he experiment and manipulates surfaces to create unique psycedelic finishes. A part of his design practice is to create new contexts and spaces for designers to work within. Read more at bukowskis.com. Exhibitions: The modell was exhibited at Etage Projects, Nomad Art Fair, Monaco 2017. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

45. Folkform, a “Suburban skyline” floor lamp, unique edition, Studio Folkform 2017. Mirror steel plate, brushed steel base, marked with label FOLKFORM No 1 2017, height 156 cm. The design duo Folkform consists of Chandra Ahlsell and Anna Holmquist. They founded Folkform in 2005 after studies at Stockholm College of Arts, Crafts and Design. Since the start the duo has been awarded with several design awards and are represented in the collections of Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and the Nasjonalmuseum in Oslo. They have from early on been focusing on preserving the local Swedish industry heritage. Read more at bukowskis.com. Exhibitions: Salone di Mobile, Milano “Libreria Folkform” 2017. Residence, formpris på ArkDes, 2017. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915


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46. Paolo Piva, a black lacquered steel and glass sofa table, B&B, Italy. 120 x 120 cm, height 25,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

47. Lee West, an “Egg Chair” and ottoman, Lee West inc. USA 1970's. Fiberglass and red textile, marked with paper label, height 132 cm, ottoman height 32 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166

48. Francesco Binfaré, an “On The Rocks” sofa, Edra, Italy, post 2004. Comprising three irregular shaped elements, upholstery removable, marked Edra, height 74 cm, width 293 cm, depth 174 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

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49. Fabio Novembre, an “Org” table for Cappellini, 21st century. Rectangular glass top, 171 rope legs, height 73,5 cm, 200 x 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

50. Ron Arad, a version of the Rover–Chair, One Off, London 1980’s. Black leather Rover–seat on a black laquered tubular steel base, signed R Arad, height 80 cm. The Rover chair was designed by Ron Arad in 1981 and the standard version has been in production since. This Rover chair is possibly a unique version. Estimate: SEK 75 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 288 – 9 718


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2. Hans Agne Jakobsson, Estrella, ceiling lamp. 20. Mats Theselius, El Dorado, easy chair, Källemo. 13. John Kandell, Gestalten cabinet, Källemo. 53. Tom Dixon, Wingback chair. 24. Firma Svenskt Tenn, coffee table. 26. Eva Hild, ceramic sculpture. 5. Verner Panton, carpet.


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51. Mark Brazier Jones, an “Angel” chair, England 2005. Aluminium with upholstered seat, engraved signature and numbered 10/50 Mark Brazier Jones 2005, height 97 cm, width 55 cm, seat height 52 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

52. Simon Klenell, a unique “Mirror” sculpture, blown by Klenell, Gustavsberg, Sweden 2018. Silvered glass, signed Simon Klenell 2018, height 44 cm. Simon Klenell (b. 1985). Orrefors Glass School 2004–2006. BFA Konstfack College of Arts, Crafts and Design 2009. MFA Konstfack College of Arts, Crafts and Design 2011. Research Lab, Post graduate research studies, Konstfack, 2014. Simon Klenell is one of the most influential contemporary glass artists in Sweden. He is represented in several museum collections such as: Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Röhsska museum, Gothenburg and (...) Read more at bukowskis.com. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

53. Tom Dixon, a “Wingback chair” produced in Great Britain before 2015. Steel blue velvet, black feet. Marked with label, height 126 cm, width 72,5 cm, seat height 45 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429


52.Bukowskis Simon Klenell, AprilMirror 2018sculpture, 2018. 40. Peter Shire, Bel Air, easy chair, Memphis. 42. Michele De Lucchi, Kristall, table, Memphis. 50. Nick Ross, Little white lies, table, 2018. 31. Robert Indiana, Chosen Love, carpet.

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54. Andreas Eriksson, “Landskap”. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated 2015 on verso. Oil on canvas, mounted on linen and panel. Canvas 33 x 35 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

55. Andreas Eriksson, “MASK”. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated 2015 on verso. Oil on canvas, mounted on linen and panel. Canvas 33.8 x 34 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

56. Cecilia Edefalk, “Näsa”. Signed Cecilia Edefalk and dated 1996 on verso. Canvas 60 x 40 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830


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57. Lena Cronqvist, “Flicka i balja”. Signed L.C. and dated 2007 and numbered A. P. Bronze. Height 22 cm, width 20 cm, depth 25. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

58. Marie–Louise Ekman, “Sömnen II”. Signed M.L. De Geer Bergenstråhle and dated 1981. Gouache on silk 46.5 x 60.5 cm including original frame. Provenance: Galleri Aronowitsch, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Mårtenson & Persson, Stockholm, “Samling”, 14 September – 28 October 2017. Literature: Maria Lind (ed.), “Marie–Louise Ekman”, 1998, compare image on p. 21, 80. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

59. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed L Lerin and dated 2014. Watercolour 29.2 x 21 cm. Consigned to benefit the Regnbågsfonden charity organisation. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

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Lars Lerin Regnbågsfonden (The Rainbow Fund) is a foundation set up to provide financial assistance to LGBIT (HBTIQ) organisations throughout the world, as well as individuals, predominantly in countries where LGBIT people are persecuted and harassed by authorities, the police and religious institutions. Regnbågsfonden has been able to support, among other groups, LGBT people who have managed to escape persecution in Chechnya. It also provides financial support for the first LGBT organisation in Iraq, funds training in LGBT issues for Arabic journalists in the

Middle East, supports Safe Houses in Nigeria, and has donated funds of almost half a million to Uganda, which were used to help prevent the threat of homosexuality being punishable by death in the country. Read more about Regnbågsfonden at www.regnbagsfonden.org 59. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed L Lerin and dated 2014. Watercolour 29.2 x 21 cm. Consigned to benefit the Regnbågsfonden charity organisation. (d) Estimate: 20 000 – 25 000 SEK / 1 984 – 2 480 EUR


94. Per Olof Ultvedt, Sprutan (HON – en katedral). Executed in 1966. Moving object. Painted wood and metal, engine. Height ca 200, width ca 95 cm. (d) Estimate: 60 000 – 80 000 SEK / 5 952 – 7 936 EUR

Per Olof Ultvedt PO Ultvedt was one of the progressive artists responsible for for putting art and Moderna Museet in Stockholm in motion during the rebellious and innovative 1960s. Ultvedt gained notoriety for his mechanical sculptures, common and at the same time absurd, conceived with imagination and humour. Mårten Castenfors describes Ultvedt’s work in “Sweden’s art in the 20th Century” (SAK) as boundless, exquisitely crafty, and well established in an international context. In 1966, Pontus Hultén, the director of Moderna Museet, wanted to create an in–situ installation to be shown over the summer. Spontaneously he invited his friends and artists Niki de Saint Phalle, Jean Tinguely and Per Olof Ultvedt to collaborate with him on the project. The result was the monumental and sensational sculpture/exhibition “HON” (SHE – a Cathedral). Niki de Saint Phalle created the exterior, a giant “Nana” and Tinguely and Ultvedt were responsible for the interior. The visiting public were to enter through the giant woman’s 20–meter long womb to wander into a fanciful and surprising world. SHE was filled with among other things a cinema, a milkbar, a slide, two moving machines by Tinguely and the installation “Sprutan” by Ultvedt. “Sprutan” was caught on film in the documentary “HON – the film about HON” by Magnus Wibom from 1966. The installation appears in several short sequences. Ultvedt’s installation is also mentioned in the journal entry of Monday May 23, 1966, “Ultvedt procures engines for his and Tinguely’s machines”, HON catalogue, page 88.


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60. Jim Thorell, “Powerlunch”. Executed in 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 140 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

61. Lars Englund, “Pars pro toto”. Signed Englund and dated 1991. Sculpture, cintered steel, height ca 80 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

62. Elis Eriksson, Untitled. Signed Elis on verso. Canvas 50 x 50 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 749 – 1 943


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63. Lisa Jonasson, “Förbereda framtiden”. Paper–cut collage 35 x 91 cm. Sketch for a public art commission to Kulturhuset Komedianten in Varberg, 2011. Provenance: Gallery Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

64. Emma Hartman, “Little red rock”. Signed Emma Hartman and dated 2013 on verso. Oil on canvas 72.5 x 67.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

65. Magnus “NUG” Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG. Spray paint on paper 68 x 47 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

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66. Bjarne Melgaard, Untitled. Signed Bjarne Melgaard and dated 2010 on verso. Canvas 91,5 x 121.5 cm Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

67. Emanuel Röhss, “Coral Diego”. Signed Emanuel Röhss and dated 2013 on verso. Canvas 223 x 114 cm. Exhibitions: Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, Museo de la Ciudad, “Emanuel Röhss Wey”, 14 December 2013 – 2 February 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

68. Thorbjörn Sörensen, Untitled. Signed Sörensen and dated –95 on verso. Canvas 90 x 60 cm. Provenance: Galleri Flach, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429


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70. LG Lundberg, “Nocturne”. Signed LG Lundberg and dated 2017. Canvas 50 x 64 cm. Provenance: Galleri Mårtenson & Persson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 45 000 – 50 000 / EUR 4 373 – 4 859

71. Anders Knutsson, “#20”. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated Oct 1972 on verso. Canvas 210 x 180 cm. Exhibitions: Bukowskis Primary Sale, “Anders Knutsson H034”, 3 April 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

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72. Lars Lerin, “Alcatraz”. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2011. Watercolour on paper 152 x 102 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 170 000 / EUR 14 577 – 16 520

73. Ann Edholm, Untitled. Signed Ann Edholm and dated 95 on verso. Canvas 43 x 43 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Literature: Charlotta Döbling among others (ed.), “Ann Edholm”, 2000, pictured. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

74. Meta Isæus–Berlin, “Lost”. Signed Meta Isaeus–Berlin och dated 2006. Canvas 115 x 190 cm. Provenance: Baukunst–Galerie, Cologne. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 718 – 11 661


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75. Roger Risberg, “Häst”. Signed with monogram and signed Roger Risberg and dated 2009 on verso. Canvas 60 x 73 cm. Provenance: Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galerie Bel’Art, “Roger Risberg – Rebirth – New Paintings”, 25 September – 21 October 2010. Literature: Galerie Bel’Art, “Roger Risberg – Rebirth – New Paintings”, 25 September – 21 October, 2010, pictured in catalogue p. 53. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

76. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed P Frie on verso. Canvas 80 x 90 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 718 – 11 661

77. Linn Fernström, “Flicka gör korstecknet”. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2007 a tergo. Canvas 50 x 70 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

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Ylva Ogland Ylva Ogland is one of the most significant contemporary artists of her generation. Ogland lives through her painting, within the creation of her art and virtually in the midst of the exhibition, in the performance. Her artistry is based on personal experiences, mythologies and the subconscious, where art history is constantly present. In her painting, she processes memories, herself and parallel worlds where the Oracle and her mirror twin Snöfrid have prominent roles. For Ogland, painting is her language. Ylva Ogland and Snöfrid are one. Hence the artist’s new name Ylva Snöfrid. “Looking at the Unconscious (Rose Quartz)” from 2011 is an installation with two paintings on easels, with rose quartz crystals, placed so that the paintings reflect each other. The two paintings represent the artist herself and contain a peephole, a recurring feature in Ogland’s art where we become the voyeur through the eyes of the artist. The installation has been exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris ,2013 and the following year at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm.

“Venus at Her Mirror” contains many of the components that her artistry builds on today and is one of Ogland’s early and more important paintings. The image is of a nursery cabinet designed and built by her father and a self–portrait painted from a photograph taken by her father. Burning candles, a poppy flower, seed pods with sap of opium and needles. Also, a bunny and a round bathroom mirror. Matter–of–factly and devoid of sentimentality, she takes on subjects which she has come into contact with during her upbringing en route to adulthood. 99. Ylva Ogland, Looking at the Unconscious (Rose Quartz). Executed in 2011. Diptych, canvas 125 x 88 cm per part. Bepainted easle, rose quartz. (d) Estimate: 250 000 – 300 000 SEK / 24 801 – 29 761 EUR 81. Ylva Ogland, Venus at Her Mirror. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2007 on verso. Canvas 127 x 89 cm. (d) Estimate: 150 000 – 200 000 SEK / 14 880 – 19 841 EUR


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78. Karl Norin, “Freshwater, steak, and wine”. Synthetic fur, vacuum cast in epoxy, 151 x 121 cm. With frame 160.5 x 130 cm. Exhibitions: Exhibited at the American Embassy in Stockholm, March 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

79. Oskar Korsár, “Sommarbarn”. Signed Oskar Korsár and executed in 2004. Paper 34 x 44 cm. Provenance: ALP galleri Peter Bergman, Stockholm. Bo Siesjö Collection. Stockholms Auktionsverk, 29 september 2010. Exhibitions: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, “Modernautställningen”, 18 February – 7 May 2006. Fullersta Gård, Huddinge, “Oskar Korsár, Dagarna går”, 19 August – 5 November 2017. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

80. Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, “Turn into me”. Signed Nathalie Djurberg. Executed in 2008. Animated film, DVD, 7:10 minutes. Edition 3/4 +2 AP. Provenance: Zach Feuer Gallery, New York. Exhibitions: Fondazione Prada, Milan, “Turn into me”, 19 April – 1 June 2008. Prada Transformer, Seoul, “Turn into me”, 15 August – 13 September 2009. (d) Import VAT will be charged on the hammer price on this lot.

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 661 – 14 577


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81. Ylva Ogland, “Venus at Her Mirror”. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2007 on verso. Canvas 127 x 89 cm. Provenance: Amy Smith–Steward, New York. Acquired by the present owner in 2007. Exhibitions: Smith Stewart, New York, “Venus at Her Mirror”, 6 September – 30 September 2007. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, “The Deluded Eye. Five Centuries of Deception”, 25 September 2008 – 11 January 2009. MAP, Stockholm, “Venus at Her Mirror”, 2009. Literature: Nationalmuseum, Karin Sidén (ed.), "The Deluded Eye. Five Centuries of Deception", 2008, exhibition catalogue, pictured page p. 19. Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, "Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction", Stockholm, 2015, pictured p. 242. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 577 – 19 436

82. Andreas Eriksson, “Solen går ner den 12 okt 2004 1809”. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated Medelplana 2004 on verso. Acrylic on D–bond, MSA varnish, 151 x 104 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 180 000 / EUR 14 577 – 17 492

83. Anders Widoff, “Bells calling for Aceh (1)”. Signed Widoff and dated 2004–2005 on verso. Oil and ink on film mounted on acrylic glass 41.6 x 29.4 cm. Provenance: Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, “(att) bära sig”, 2005. Literature: Liljevalchs konsthall, “(att) bära sig – exhibition catalogue”, Stockholm, 2005, pictured p. 141. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

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111. Gunnel Wåhlstrand, Untitled. Ink–wash on paper, each paper 114 x 107.5 cm. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 SEK / 79 365 – 99 206 EUR

Andreas Eriksson Andreas Eriksson settled in Berlin after completing his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm. His career took off working as an assistant to artists as Olav Christopher Jenssen and Tobias Rehberger. After suddenly developing electromagnetic hypersensitivity he was forced to radically change his life. Eriksson left the the bustling city life to move to the quiet countryside at Kinnekulle in Sweden. “Exposition–Peripeti”, with works from Eriksson’s period of involuntary exile opened at Galleri Magnus Åkerlund in 2004.

The meaning of peripetia is a sudden change or a turning point in a story. The paintings reflect issues closely associated with exclusion, identity, and solitude. Titles indicate time of an everyday event: “The sun rises at 8.34, October 7 in studio 2004” or “Car passes at 12.37 on 6/4 2004”. 82. Andreas Eriksson, Solen går ner den 12 okt 2004 1809. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated Medelplana 2004 on verso. Acrylic on D–bond, MSA varnish, 151 x 104 cm. (d) Estimate: 150 000 – 180 000 SEK / 14 880 – 17 857 EUR


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84. Donald Baechler, “Thistle”. Signed DB and dated –99 on verso. Acrylic and fabric collage on canvas 153 x 122 cm. Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 350 000 / EUR 29 154 – 34 013

85. Parker Ito, “The Agony and the Ecstasy (2)”. Executed in 2012. Enamel and scotchlite and vinyl. Canvas 152.5 x 117 cm. Certificate of authenticity included in lot. Provenance: Carl Kostyál, London. Exhibitions: Stadium Gallery, NYC, ”The Agony and the Ecstasy”, 6 September – 6 October 2012.

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

86. Ylva Ogland, “Xenia with Poppy Flowers, Fresh Cut poppy Capsule with Opium Sap, Syringe and Wisdom Tooth”. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2012 on verso. Oil on canvas 38 x 47 cm. Provenance: Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, ”She, in Four Acts”, 22 April – 26 July 2015. Literature: Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, “Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction”, Stockholm, 2015, pictured fullpage p. 30. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774


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87. Niki de Saint Phalle, “Dancing Couple”. Signed with stamp Niki de Saint Phalle, dated 2001, numbered 65/150 underneath. Vase in painted polyester resin, height 32 cm. Total edition 150 + 25 EA. Published by Gérard Haligon, Paris. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 718 – 12 147

88. Anders Widoff, “Grammatik: 1 och 2”. Signed A. Widoff and dated 1994 on verso. Diptych. Oil on canvas 192 x 112 cm per part. Provenance: Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Stockholm Art Fair, 2005. Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, “(att) bära sig”, 2005. Literature: Liljevalchs konsthall, ”(att) bära sig – utställningskatalog”, Stockholm, 2005, pictured. (d)

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 29 154 – 38 872

89. Martin Wickström, “Djävulen i kroppen”. Signed MW and dated –13 and signed Martin Wickström 2013 on verso. Panel 42 x 187 cm. Triptych. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 17 006 – 19 436

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Sten Eklund Sten Eklund’s artistry revolves around the absence of humanity. Not our non–existence, but our non–presence. Both in his graphic production and in his delicate glass paintings, he creates his compositions with fragments of buildings, machinery and objects. The geometrically–constructed works become traces of the human form, of its progress and creations, where a structured order prevails in the absence of a human chaos. At once timeless and contemporary, Eklund’s art engages just as artists like Marcel Duchamp and Öyvind Fahlström. From the outset, Eklund has always been considered to be before his time. His glass paintings of the late 1960s and early 1970s appear, at first glance, similar to precise architectural or engineering structures. The shiny elegant surface, in some way, shuts the viewer out, and the audience thus must struggle to penetrate the glass to reach the deeper dimensions that lay beyond – questions about evolution and human determination. Björn Springfelt, formerly director at Moderna Museet, exhibited Sten Eklund in Lund in 1968, and tells us what an experience it was for him to encounter Eklund’s art, to discover that which does not follow a straight line, which does not meet our conventional expectations, but forces us to rethink and think in novel ways. The machines by Sten Eklund are not absurd like those by Picabia; instead they are brewing energies, ready to start up should we only find the right button to press. 93. Sten Eklund, Utan titel. Signed SE and dated –70. Glass painting 118.5 x 98 cm. (d) Estimate: 100 000 – 150 000 SEK / 9 920 – 14 880 EUR


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90. Jan Håfström, “Mr Walker”. Signed Jan Håfström and dated 2004. Acrylic on board, 100 x 100 cm. Provenance: Bärndström & Stene, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 19 436 – 24 295

91. Ola Billgren, “Capri II”. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –96 on verso. Oil on canvas 111 x 101 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. Exhibitions: Bror Hjorts Hus, Uppsala, “Ola Billgren: Rött!”, 27 November 2010 – 16 January 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 350 000 – 450 000 / EUR 34 013 – 43 731

92. Jason Martin, “Zizou”. Signed Jason Martin and dated –06 on verso. Oil on aluminum 162 x 223 cm. Provenance: Lisson Gallery, London. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, “Gallery artists”, February 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 550 000 – 600 000 / EUR 53 449 – 58 309


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93. Sten Eklund, Untitled. Signed SE and dated –70. Glass painting 118.5 x 98 cm. Provenance: Galleri Sten Eriksson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577

94. Per Olof Ultvedt, “Sprutan” (SHE – A Cathedral). Executed in 1966. Moving object. Painted wood and metal, engine. Height ca 200, width ca 95 cm. Provenance: The Artist’s family. Stockholms Auktionsverk, Nutida, 15 maj 2013. Private Collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: SHE – A Cathedral, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 1966. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

95. Ulrik Samuelson, Untitled. Signed US. Executed in the 1960s. Panel 45 x 68 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

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In the essay, “In the magic sphere of red” (I det rödas trollkrets), Douglas Feuk decribes the creative work of Ola Billgren in the 90s as a dual process of destruction and painterly refinement. Billgren deliberately scrapes through the wet layers of paint with a metal object, forever altering the original image. The motif, taking a starting point in a photograph, becomes blurred and enveloped in a warm red light. The shades of red will become darker and closer to violet during the late 90s. The painting “Capri II” evokes a night–time scene which appears as a dreamlike and evasive memory. The red color contributes to the sensual experience, and is, in a way, a message without a sender. Ola Billgren is represented in several museums, including Moderna Museet in Stockholm, the Gothenburg Museum of Art, Malmö Museum, Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen, Museum für Kunst– und Kulturgeschichte in Lübeck, and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaeck. His works are also included in the collections of Lund University and in the collections of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

91. Ola Billgren, Capri II. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –96 on verso. Oil on canvas 111 x 101 cm. (d) Estimate: 350 000 – 450 000 SEK / 34 722 – 44 642 EUR


Jason Martin Jason Martin creates sensual, nearly three–dimensional paintings composed of rich colour layers in a single hue. His foremost paintings are often the result of a single, masterful brush stroke – as is the case with the painting in the auction: Zizou. In order to achieve the perfect brush stroke, Jason Martin paints with an extremely wide brush; it is impossible to fix or correct the brush stroke afterwards. The interaction between the angle of the light and the patterned surface creates reflections, a spectrum of colours, which in turn introduces a three–dimensional element to this monochrome painting. In an interview, Martin explains, “I want my work to have the authority of a sculpture, but manifest the way a painting does,” (Jason Martin quoted in Allan Woods’ interview, “Jason

Martin. Interview”, in Transcript, Vol. 2 , No. 3, pp. 44–45). Martin is dedicated to abstract expressionism and influenced by minimalism and calligraphy, with a clear focus on the painting process and the intensely expressive movement that runs throughout his work. Although his paintings appear to straddle the boundary between graphic art and wall–mounted sculptures, Jason Martin’s titles like Valiant, Alpha, Zizou, Nocture and Genus make references to both cultural and scientific knowledge, suggesting an interest in the universe around us. 92. Jason Martin, Zizou. Signed Jason Martin and dated –06 on verso. Oil on aluminum 162 x 223 cm. (d) Estimate: 550 000 – 600 000 SEK / 54 563 – 59 523 EUR


Lena Cronqvist In the 1990s, Lena Cronqvist began to seriously explore sculpture as a form of expression, and in the last decade she has increasingly emerged as one of the most intriguing sculptors in the world today. The early sculptures, some of which were created during visits to New York with husband and author Göran Tunström, were small in size. In the opening remarks to Lena Cronqvist’s exhibition cataloguefor the exhibition at Konsthallen Lokstallet in Strömstad in 2000. Göran Tunström described the first “Girls” this way: “I remember them backlit, in our first cramped apartment in New York, those little wax clumps. How they were transformed – as if she could see through her fingers – into creatures with an appearance, character, little ugly–pretty figures in the beginning stages of life, with the whole registry of possible actions in their genes. And they were smiling. They smile, they stick out their tongue, they place their hands precociously on their hips and do not behave appropriately at all. They giggle at themselves and at us. And surely they have Names, though they currently do not disclose them, because a Name would lock them out of the utopian country where every action – even the most cruel ones – is allowed, every grimace a challenge, both to the world and to the SELF that they (we) have been domesticated to bear, very soon when it has abruptly ended, the era of the Girl. Of the child.” Mårten Castenfors and Louise Fogelström describe, in the Liljevalchs’ exhibition catalogue “Lena Cronqvist”, 2014, how the artist works in parallel with painting and sculpture while in New York. “Picked out of their paintings, the girls are alive in tubs and in water. The sculptures are teasingly distinctive, and their wit calls to mind the sculptures Matisse once made – he too a wonderful painter who, through clay, went one step further as an artist. “

100. Lena Cronqvist, Grimaser, mun. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 4/4. Executed in 1998. Bronze. Height 98, width 75 cm, depth 42 cm. Foundry mark from Empire Bronze, New York. (d) Estimate: 600 000 – 800 000 SEK /59 523 – 79 365 EUR


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96. Alfred Boman, “Herbal Big Mac”. Signed Alfred Boman and dated 2013 on verso. Acrylic paint, glue emulsion, spray paint, enamel varnish on canvas, 140 x 104 cm including original frame. Exhibitions: Rod Barton Gallery, London, “ROPE BURN painting Behind the Velveteen Curtain’, 12 July – 17 August 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

97. Bjarne Melgaard, Untitled. Signed Melgaard –99. Mixed media on paper, 103 x 150 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

98. Ylva Ogland, ”In any weather, at any hour of the day or night, I have been anxious to improve the nick of time, and notch it on my stick too; to stand on the meeting of two eternities, the past and the future, which is precisely the present moment; to toe that line.”. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2010 on verso. Foldable painting/diptych, canvas 22 x 18,5 cm each. Provenance: Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm. Exhibitions: SABOT, Cluj–Napoca, “In Any Weather at Any Hour of The Day or Night [...], 23 April – 20 May 2010. Literature: Bonniers Konsthall and Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, “Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction”, Stockholm, 2015, pictured p. 133. (d)

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99. Ylva Ogland, “Looking at the Unconscious (Rose Quartz)”. Executed in 2011. Diptych, canvas 125 x 88 cm per part. Bepainted easle, rose quartz. Provenance: Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Artissima Art Fair, Turin, Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm, 9 – 11 November 2012. Palais de Tokyo, Paris, “Nouvelles Vagues, The Black Moon”, 20 June 2013 – 8 September 2013. Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, “Baroque”, 5 April – 19 October 2014. Literature: Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, “Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction”, Stockholm, 2015, pictured p. 102–107, fullpage p. 105–106. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 24 295 – 29 154

100. Lena Cronqvist, “Grimaser, mun”. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 4/4. Executed in 1998. Bronze. Height 98, width 75 cm, depth 42 cm. Foundry mark from Empire Bronze, New York. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Mårten Castenfors and Louise Fogelström, Liljevalchs, “Lena Cronqvist”, 2014, exhibition catalogue Liljevalchs, pictured on p. 73. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 58 309 – 77 745

101. Tomás Saraceno, “Untitled (study for 14 billions working title)”. Signed Tomás Saraceno on label verso. Inkjet print of computer–rendered 3D drawings, mounted on Dibond. Image 20 × 40 cm. Edition 2/3 +1AP. Triptych. Provenance: Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

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102. Bernar Venet, “Two Arcs of 80.5”. Executed in 1999. Rolled steel, 105 x 34 x 13.5 cm. Unique. Provenance: Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 300 000 / EUR 19 436 – 29 154

103. Fernandez Arman, “Monochrome accumulation no 2505 (Ultramarin blue)”. Signed Arman on verso. Executed in 1986–89. Acrylic paint and paint tubes on canvas 80 x 64 cm. Book “Arman – monochrome accumulations 1986–89” by Donald Kuspit, 1990, pictured on p. 49, included in the lot. Provenance: Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York. Literature: “Arman – monochrome accumulations 1986–89” by Donald Kuspit, 1990, the work is pictured on p. 49. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 275 000 / EUR 24 295 – 26 724

104. Sam Francis, “SF 86–791”. Signed by stamp Sam Francis and stamped “The Sam Francis Estate” and dated L.A. 86 on verso. Acrylic on paper 13 x 19 cm. Provenance: The Sam Francis Estate, CA. Montaigne, Paris, Tableaux Modernes, Art Contemporain, 28 October 2000. Galerie Pascal Retelet, Saint–Paul–de–Vence. Private Collection, Sweden (acquired from the above).

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859


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105. Lena Cronqvist, “Flicka med glaskolv”. Signed Lena Cronqvist on verso. Canvas 117.5 x 152 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired by the present owner in 2003. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 17 006 – 19 436

106. Niki de Saint Phalle, “La Tempérance”. Signed Niki and numbered 2/10 and stamped Haligon. Executed in 1985. Acrylic, polyester and iron base. Height 75, width 50 cm. Total edition of 10 + 4 AP. Literature: Pontus Hultén, “Niki de Saint Phalle”, 1999, compare p. 256. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 77 745 – 97 181

107. Daniel Lergon, Untitled. Signed Daniel Lergon and dated 2006 on verso. Acrylic on fabric, 180 x 130 cm. Provenance: Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

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Niki de Saint Phalle

Niki de Saint Phalle became a member of the artistic group the Nouveaux Réalistes, with links to Dadaism and pop art, through her relationship with Jean Tinguely in the early 1960s. NSP’s was inspired to create her Nana sculptures by her pregnant friend Clarice Rivers in 1964. Initially, the sculptures were made of yarn, papier mâché and steel wire; later, NSP made them out of polyester. They are curvy, colourful female shapes that are happy, liberated and godlike women, foreboding a new matriarchal era. NSP also created several Nanas painted in black and white as a reaction to the Civil rights movement in the United States, and as an expression of the artist’s notion that all women are goddesses, regardless of colour. The ultimate Nana was HON (“SHE”), a monumental, recumbent figure that NSP created together with Jean Tinguely and P O Ultvedt, and which was exhibited at Moderna Museet in Stockholm

in 1966. HON was a symbol of the independent Nana and was a cathedral that held an entire exhibition hall. NSP was responsible for the exterior and the other two for the interior. Through the 20 m long womb of this giant woman, the crowd would walk into a fantastic world with a cinema, a bar, a slide and various moving sculptures. Today, the sculpture group Paradiset (“Paradise”), with the monumental Nanas, resides outside of Moderna Museet. The work was created for the World Exhibition in Montreal and subsequently was donated to the museum.

106. Niki De Saint Phalle, Le Tempérance. Signed Niki and numbered 2/10 and stamped Haligon. Executed in 1985. Acrylic, polyester and iron base. Height 75, width 50 cm. Total edition of 10 + 4 AP. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 79 365 – 99 206 EUR


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108. Tomás Saraceno, “Iridescent Planet”. Executed in 2007. Radiant foil, latex balloon, pump with pressure regulator, approximate diameter 115 cm. Edition of 3 +1 AP. Provenance: Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen.

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 577 – 19 436

109. Fredrik Söderberg, “The Anatomy of Sexuality III”. Signed Fredrik Söderberg and dated 2010 on verso. Watercolour on paper, 72 x 55 cm. Provenance: Galleri Riis, Stockholm. Acquired by the present owner in 2012. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

110. Karin Mamma Andersson, “Herte”. Signed Karin Mamma Andersson and dated 2000 on verso. Oil on panel 50.5 x 55.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 24 295 – 29 154


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111. Gunnel Wåhlstrand, Untitled. Ink–wash on paper, each 114 x 107.5 cm. Provenance: Liljevalchs, Vårsalongen 2002. Acquired by the present owner from the above. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 77 745 – 97 181

112. Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, “Things aren”t quite the same”. Signed Nathalie Djurberg. Executed in 2004. Animated film, DVD, 4:26 minutes. Edition 1/4 +2 AP. Provenance: Zach Feuer Gallery, New York. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 661 – 14 577

113. Paul Cowan, “Untitled”. Executed in 2013. Canvas and fishing lures in metal, 89 x 69 cm. Provenance: DUVE Berlin. Exhibitions: DUVE Berlin, “Very New Works”, 19 January – 2 March 2013.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

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114. Lena Johansson, “Punk Princesses”. Signed Lena Johansson and dated 2007 on verso at part 2. Diptych. Oil on MDF board, 52 x 40 cm per part. Provenance: Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen. Exhibitions: Uppsala Konstmuseum, “Fyra Stipendiater, Anna–Lisa Thompson till minne”, 1 December 2007 – 20 January 2008. Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, “Johansson & Johansson”, 2008. Galleri Mårtenson & Persson, Stockholm, “Samling”, 14 September – 28 October 2017. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

115. Gabi Trinkaus, “Newcomer”. Signed Trinkaus and dated 09 on verso. Collage, mixed media and paper on canvas. Canvas 190 x 160 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

116. Clay Ketter, “Sketch for Grey Wall Painting”. Signed Clay Ketter and dated 95 on verso. Gypsum wallboard, spackle, wood with steel edges, 110 x 110 cm. Provenance: Jay Jopling, London. Galleri Andreas Brändström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830


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117. Anders Knutsson, “Yellow #9”. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated 1979 on verso. Canvas 178 x 135 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Malmö.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

118. Ola Billgren, “Providence”. Signed Ola Billgren on verso and dated 1987. Canvas 157 x 152 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. Exhibitions: Östergötlands länsmuseum, Bohusläns museum, Bildmuseet i Umeå och Jönköpings läns museum/konstförening, “Landskap med torn”, 1994–1995. Literature: Östergötlands länsmuseums förlag och författarna, “Landskap med torn”, exhibition catalogue, 1986, pictured p. 15. (d)

Estimate: SEK 500 000 – 600 000 / EUR 48 590 – 58 309

119. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed P Frie and dated 2005 on verso. Canvas 40 x 30 cm. Provenance: Galleri Örsta, Kumla. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

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Ola Billgren Ola Billgren was the first Swedish artist to clearly formulate the relationship between art as language and reality. He has been called both a theorist and a sensualist and his work captures the historical and the contemporary in one and the same picture. Billgren’s paintings are characterized by duality and ambiguity, both in terms of expression and content, and the dreamy presence is unmistakable, from his photorealistic works of the 1960s to the romantic touches of his later–period painting. In the introduction to the catalogue for the exhibition “Ola Billgren – Landscape with Towers”, the artist describes his selection of works from 1983–93 as specifically composed from a close–up perspective. The selection can be divided into three subjects, all typical for the artist: the Spanish landscape, the landscapes of southern Sweden, and iconized projections of people he knows. The painting in the auction, “Providence”, falls under the third category. As the title suggests, the portrait aims to convey reflection, long–term thinking, wisdom, and foresight. The portrait is based on a black–and–white photograph, but the red field on the right–hand side of the canvas breaks the realistic illusion. Later in the 1990s, the colour red would come to completely dominate the paintings, but in the portrait “Providence,” the artist uses the colour to convey a sense of concentration, warmth, and providence.

118. Ola Billgren, Providence. Signed Ola Billgren on verso and dated 1987. Canvas 157 x 152 cm. (d) Estimate: 500 000 – 600 000 SEK / 49 603 – 59 523 EUR


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120. Elis Eriksson, “årevaefterjafixatsu...”. Signed with dedication “ådevajusåkuldedärattsvenpkrängdedendärprylenjavisaifönstret... deebaraåtackadeåtaemot... E.E. 20.8.64”. Relief in paper with aluminum foil 18 x 26 cm. Provenance: Sven P Rambro, gallery manager and curator for “kulturcirkeln” at ABF–huset where Elis Eriksson was exhibited. Thence by descent to the present owner. Literature: Teddy Hultberg, “Håll tjeften: Elis Eriksson – 100 år av åtlydnader”, 2006, another version pictured p. 236. Fred Andersson, “Elis Eriksson – Ting och tecken”, 2007, mentioned and another version pictured p. 90. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

121. Patrik Andiné, “Andakt”. Signed Patrik Andiné and dated 2013 on verso. Oil on canvas 70 x 95 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, “Panorama”, 23 August – 22 September 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

122. Lars Lerin, “Høst, hygge”. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2016. Watercolour on paper 18.5 x 29.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830


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123. Ernst Billgren, “Abstrakt Bord 1”. Table with intarsia and bronze sculpture. Height 75 cm, width 136.5 cm, depth 32 cm. Edition 3. Sculpture signed EB and number 1/3–II. Executed in 2012. Partly plated bronze, inset painting, height 26 cm, width 36 cm, depth 15 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired by the present owner in 2012. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, “Abstrakt”, 24 March – 6 May 2012. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, “Ernst Billgren Abstrakt”, 2012, pictured page p. 30 – 32. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

124. Rolf Hanson, “Runtom Trappa #9”. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2005 on verso. Panel 90 x 80 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 160 000 – 180 000 / EUR 15 549 – 17 492

125. Jacob Dahlgren, “Peinture Abstraite (Medium, numéro soixante–six)”. Signed Jacob Dahlgren and dated 2003 on verso. Acrylic on MDF 37.4 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 749 – 1 943

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126. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2009. Watercolour on paper 53 x 38 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

127. Lars Lerin, “Östra Vadje”. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2010. Watercolour on paper 74 x 53 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 718 – 12 147

128. Ernst Billgren, Untitled. Signed EB. Oil on panel 230 x 128 cm with frame. Provenance: Acquired from the artist (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 24 295 – 29 154


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129. Gerhard Nordström, Untitled. Signed G. Nordström. Canvas 67.5 x 77.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist in the mid 1970’s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

130. Ulf Rahmberg, “Juli–Augusti”. Signed and dated 1964. Mixed media on canvas mounted on wooden panel with a clockwork, ovoid 115 x 98 cm. Provenance: Galleri Björn Bengtsson. Exhibitions: Borås konstmuseum, "Ulf Rahmberg, Lustarnas trädgård och civilisationens nedräkning", 28 April - 30 September 2012. Lunds konsthall, Norrköpings konsthall and Liljevalchs konsthall, "DE OTÄCKA", 1969. Göteborgs konsthall, "Fem Unga", 1965. Galleri 2 fönster Gamla Stan/Stockholm. Literature: Konstrevy no. 2–3, 1965. An essay on Young surrealism by Ludvig Rasmusson. Pictured. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

131. Ulf Wahlberg, “Ford Victoria”. Signed Ulf W and dated –68. Canvas 70 x 95 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

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130. Ulf Rahmberg, Juli–Augusti. Signed and dated 1964. Mixed media on canvas mounted on wooden panel with a clockwork, ovoid 115 x 98 cm. (d) Estimate: 30 000 – 35 000 SEK / 2 976 – 3 472 EUR EUR


Jan Håfström Jan Håfström’s father shares many similarities with Mr. Walker, the alias of the Phantom. “It’s more his hat and coat that happen to have a strong resemblance to my dad, the way I remember him. [...] Running represents an important part of him and perhaps of me as well. Then there are other aspects of him – especially when he is standing in the dark and looking through the window. That picture may be the most important to me – exclusion and loneliness,” says Håfström. For the residents of Stockholm, Håfström’s “Mr. Walker”

is a famous motif, as a seven–meter high statue of the Phantom alias is placed in Järnvägsparken. (Jan Håfström quoted in Nisse Lindberg’s interview “Fantombilder, alias Mr Walker”, Bild & Bubbla, 13 September 2016.) 90. Jan Håfström, Mr Walker. Signed Jan Håfström and dated 2004. Acrylic on board, 100 x 100 cm. (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 250 000 SEK / 19 841 – 24 801 EUR


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132. Jacob Dahlgren, “Item 5; subject of art”. Signed Jacob Dahlgren and dated 2012. Pencils. Height 17.5, width 17.5, depth 17.5 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

133. Per Mårtensson, “Hissmålning”. Signed Per Mårtensson and dated 2013 on verso. Oil on canvas 50 x 40 cm. Provenance: Galleri Thomas Wallner, Malmö. Acquired by the present owner in 2013. Exhibitions: Galleri Thomas Wallner, Malmö, “Per Mårtensson”, 7 September – 13 October 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

134. Ulrik Samuelson, Untitled. Signed US. Oil on canvas 98 x 100 cm. Provenance: Collection Anette von Rosen, Drottningholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577


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135. Michael Pybus, “Crying Girl IKEA”. Signed Michael Pybus and dated 2017 on verso. Acrylic, 24ct gold leaf and silver leaf on canvas 120.5 x 95.5 cm. Exhibitions: Thierry Goldberg, New York, “Michael Pybus HOLLOW”, 20 July – 25 August 2017. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

136. Per Kesselmar, Untitled. Signed Per Kesselmar and dated 2003 on verso. Mixed media on steel plate 78.5 x 130 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

137. Jockum Nordström, Untitled. Signed Jockum and dated 1996. Collage and mixed media 49 x 38 cm. Provenance: Galleri Dialog, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Dialog, Stockholm, “Jockum Nordström – från skrivbordet”, 8 – 26 November 1997. Literature: Mamma Andersson & Jockum Nordström, “Who is sleeping on my pillow”, 2010, pictured full page, p 183. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

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138. Robert Terry, “Red Maple Creek”. Signed and dated 2005 on verso. Canvas 51 x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, “Robert Terry”, 2 October – 5 November 2010.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

139. Paul Osipow, “Untitled”. Signed Paul Osipow and dated 1983 on verso. Diptych. Canvas mounted on panel 153 x 84 cm per part. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

140. Lars Lerin, Untitled.Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2009. Watercolour on paper 39 x 28 cm.

Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830


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141. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2016. Watercolour on paper 17 x 22.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

142. Ernst Billgren, “Lätt natur”. Signed with monogram. Executed in 1999. Panel 155 x 274.5 cm including original frame with two buck heads in bronze and gold leaf made by the artist. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Exhibitions: The painting was executed for the traveling exhibition "Nödskott & hembesök" wich was exhibited at Lunds konsthall, 1999, Bohusläns konstmuseum, 1999 Kalmar Konstmuseum, 1999, Östergötlands Länsmuseum, 2000, Jönköpings läns museum, 2000, Kristinehamns konstmuseum, 2000, Västerås konsthall, 2000. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 19 436 – 24 295

143. Fernandez Arman, Untitled. Signed and dated –68. Smashed violin embedded in a polyester resin cube. Height 25, depth 25, width 25 cm. This work is recorded in the Arman Studio Archives New York under number: APA# 8208.68.003. Provenance: Ader, Picard & Tajan, Paris. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 75 000 / EUR 4 859 – 7 288

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144. Fernandez Arman, Untitled. Executed in 1973. Signed Arman and numbered 6/25. Accumulation in resin and bronze with violins 36 x 27.5 cm. This work is recorded in the Arman Studio Archives New York under number: APA# 8401.73.047. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

145. Martina Müntzing, “Bubbla”. Signed Martina Münzing and dated 2007–2009 on verso. Oil on canvas 100 x 80 cm. Provenance: Galleri Gunnar Olsson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887


Klara Lidén

Klara Lidén always works with what appears to be everyday objects that already possess meaning or have a purpose. The play between what is desirable and what is negligible is applied both to objects and people in Lidén’s world. What is rubbish and what is art? What is private and what is universal? What is mine and what is yours? “Self Portrait with Keys to the City” raises the issue of who has access to what in our society and where we actually belong. By means of small gestures and movements Lidén takes control of the space, twisting and turning the perspective. Klara Lidén has with relentless consistency found her own path and alternatives well away from the mainstream. In both her films and her installations, we encounter an artist who does not want to be part of a run–of–the–mill system or be drawn into society’s social and cultural structures. She breaks down and builds up; she takes something out of its context and gives it a new position somewhere else. Klara Lidén exhibited at Moderna Museet for the first time in 2007. She called the exhibition “Unheimlich Manöver” (Unheimlich

Manoeuvre) and it involved her emptying her apartment of its contents. She gathered together every single item and compacted them into one gigantic solid mass, which she then displayed at the museum. After her major international breakthrough, which included receiving a special mention at the Venice Biennale in 2011, Klara Lidén had her second exhibition at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. In 2013 she was awarded the sculpture prize of Moderna Museets Vänner, but it is not just in Sweden that Lidén has found recognition; she has enjoyed considerable international success too, and already has some heavyweight museum exhibitions to her name. These include a solo exhibition at New Museum in New York in 2012. She has also had solo exhibitions at Serpentine Gallery in London and Reena Spaulings Fine Art in New York, and an exhibition at Galerie Neu in Berlin in 2015. 152. Klara Lidén, Self Portrait with Keys to the City, 2005. Signed certificate included in lot. Edition 4/10 + 1 AP. C–print, image 60.5 x 42 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR


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146. Denise Grünstein, “21 maj”, 2007. Signed Denise Grünstein and numbered AP 4/8 on verso. Total edition of 25 + 8 AP. C–print, image 119 x 95 cm. Literature: Denise Grünstein, “59 buketter från min trädgård och lite till”, 2007, illustrated on the cover. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

147. Gunnar Smoliansky, “Södermannagatan 1959”. Signed Gunnar Smoliansky on verso. Printed later. Gelatin silver print, image 35 x 23 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the present owner. Literature: Gunnar Smoliansky (e.a), “Gunnar Smoliansky –One Picture at a Time”, 2008, illustrated on p. 70. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

148. Mathias Johansson, “Louise Bourgeois N.Y.C”, 1998. Signed Mathias Johansson and numbered 4/20 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 47 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401


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149. Ann Eringstam, “In Search of Wonderland #3”, 2011. Signed Ann Eringstam and numbered 4/5 on verso. Digital C–print mounted to aluminum and acrylic glass 50 x 75 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Växjö konsthall, “In Search of Wonderland”, 3 December – 30 December 2011. Eskilstuna konsthall, “In Search of Wonderland”, 24 March – 13 May 2012. Kungsbacka konsthall, "In Search of Wonderland", 14 September – 14 October 2012. Galleri Art–On, Halmstad, "In Search of Wonderland", summer 2013. Karlskrona konsthall, "In Search of Wonderland", 26 October – 8 December 2013. Bohusläns museum, Uddevalla, "Dreamscape", 23 March – 12 May 2013. Passagen Linköping, "Selected Works", 21 March – 10 May 2015. Literature: Nicolas Hansson m.fl, “In Search of Wonderland”, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

150. Maria Friberg, “Duration 4”, 2013. Signed Maria Friberg and numbered AP 1/2 on verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. C–print laminated to panel 130 x 103 cm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. Bendana–Pinel Art Contemporain, Paris. Connersmith, Washington DC, “Between Solitude and Belonging”, 15 February – 29 March 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

151. Helena Blomqvist, “Daybed Portrait 1963”, 2016. Signed Helena Blomqvist and numbered 1/6 on label on verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Fine Art print, image 88 x 110 cm. Sheet 106.5 x 129 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, “Florentine”, 17 March – 23 April 2016. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, “Florentine”, 2016, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

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152. Klara Lidén, “Self Portrait with Keys to the City”, 2005. Signed certificate included in lot. Edition 4/10 + 1 AP. C–print, image 60.5 x 42 cm. Provenance: Galerie Neu, Berlin. Exhibitions: Galerie Neu, Berlin, 2015. Literature: Sophie Allgårdh, “Passioner och bestyr – svensk konst på 2000–talet”, SAK yearbook 2011 publication no 120, 2011, illustrated on fullpage p. 149. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

153. Maria Friberg, “Almost there #2”, 2000. Signed Maria Friberg on verso. Edition 4/6 + 2 AP. Cibachrome, silicone and glass 120 x 150 cm. Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. Literature: Maria Friberg e.a, “Maria Friberg”, 2005, compare pl. 11. Maria Friberg e.a, “Maria Friberg”, 2015, compare p. 62 and 63. (d) Import VAT will be charged on the hammer price on this lot.

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 802 – 8 746

154. Lotta Antonsson, ”Highway 101”, 1995. Signed Lotta Antonsson on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 104 x 70 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429


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155. Tuija Lindström, “The Skirt”, 1982–83. Signed Tuija Lindström and dated 1982 on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, image 28.5 x 28.5 cm. Sheet 39.6 x 30 cm. Provenance: Bukowski Auktioner, Contemporary & Design 561, 18 May 2011. Acquired from the above by the current owner. Literature: Tuija Lindström and Johan Ehrenberg, “Tuija Lindström”, 1989, illustrated on fullpage. Hasselblad Center, “A Dream If Ever There Was One, Tuija Lindström”, exhibition catalogue, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

156. Matts Leiderstam, “Selbstbildnis”, 2002–2003. Signed on label verso. Edition 4/6. Diptyche. Cibachrome, 88 x 73 cm per part. Together 88 x 146 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

157. Maria Miesenberger, “Baljan”. Signed Maria Miesenberger and numbered ed. 3/10 on verso. Gelatin silver print 86 x 103 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Private collection. Literature: Maria Miesenberger, “Sverige/Schweden”, 2011, illustrated pl. 034. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

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167. Christer Strömholm, Paris, 1962. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 44.5 x 34.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR

187. Hans Gedda, Nelson Mandela, 1990. Signed Hans Gedda. Also signed and numbered 2/10 on verso. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 89 x 89 cm. (d) Estimate: 150 000 – 180 000 SEK / 14 880 – 17 857 EUR

Tuija Lindström Tuija Lindström has been of great importance for Swedish photography – as an artist as well as a professor. She has been a source of inspiration and a mentor for two generations of Swedish artists and photographers. This specific photograph was taken during Lindströms education at Konstfack (1981–84), during which time she experiments with photographic techniques and expressions. One of her sources of inspiration those years was surrealist art and literature. The softness and the painterly style in the photograph is reminiscent of Julia Margret Cameron’s work from the 19th century. Lindström questions the standards of society, gender roles and

the general presentation of the female body. She opposes the male gaze and is not interested in producing new images of women as sexualized objects but prefers to present her models in an androgynous way.

155. Tuija Lindström, The Skirt, 1982–83, (detail). Signed Tuija Lindström and dated 1982 on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, image 28.5 x 28.5 cm. Sheet 39.6 x 30 cm. (d) Estimate: 15 000 – 20 000 SEK / 1 488 – 1 984 EUR


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158. Terry O’Neill, “Faye Dunaway, Hollywood, 1977”. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 23/50. Printed later. Total edition of 50 + 10 AP. C–print, image 92 x 92 cm. Sheet 102 x 102 cm. Literature: Terry O’Neill, “Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame”, 2013, illustrated on p. 104 and fullpage p. 105. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 140 000 / EUR 11 661 – 13 605

159. Nick Brandt, “Lion Family Portrait, Masai Mara”, 2004. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered AP 1/2. Total edition of 8 + 2 AP. Archival pigment print, image 86 x 126 cm. Provenance: A Galerie, Paris. Literature: Nick Brandt, “On this Earth, a Shadow Falls”, 2010, illustrated on p. 49. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 718 – 11 661

160. Jacob Felländer, “Kabroomkryss”, 2005. Signed Jacob Felländer and dated 2006 and numbered 2/5 on verso. C–print mounted to acrylic glass 80 x 160 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774


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161. Anton Corbijn, “Tom Waits, Petaluma, 2004”. Signed Anton Corbijn on label verso. Edition 1/6. Gelatin silver print, image 100 x 100 cm. Including frame 146 x 146 cm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Foam Amsterdam, “Anton Corbijn – Inwards and Onwards”, 24 June – 1 September 2011. Literature: Anton Corbijn and Foam Amsterdam, “Anton Corbijn – Inwards and Onwards”, 2011, illustrated on p. 39. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 577 – 19 436

162. David Drebin, “Girl in New York”, 2011. Signed David Drebin and numbered 3/10 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed 76 x 136 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

163. Luis Gispert, “Gucci Gloom”, 2011. Signed Gispert and dated 2011 and numbered 3/6 on verso. C–print diasec mounted to acrylic glass 150 x 195 cm. Provenance: Mary Boone Gallery, New York. Acquired from the above by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577

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164. Helena Blomqvist, “Waterlilies”, 2008. Signed Helena Blomqvist and numbered 1/6 on verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Pigment print, image 87 x 110 cm. From the series “The Last Golden Frog”. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Sophie Allgårdh, “Passioner och bestyr – svensk konst på 2000–talet”, SAK yearbook 2011 publication no 120, 2011, full page p. 32. Helena Blomqvist, “Helena Blomqvist”, 2012, illustrated on fullpage. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

165. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), “K1D9338”, 2007. Signed Dawid and dated 2007 and numbered 3/5 on verso. Pigment print, image 60 x 75 cm. Including artist’s frame 82 x 97.5 cm. Literature: Björn Dawidsson and Art and Theory Publishing and Steven Henry Madoff, “Dawid”, 2015, illustrated on p. 359. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

166. Bruno Ehrs, “Carl XVI Gustaf, Skeppsholmen, maj 2002”. Signed Bruno Ehrs and numbered 5/50 on verso. Printed in 2008. Pigment print, image 81 x 64 cm. Sheet 111 x 91 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 65 000 / EUR 5 830 – 6 316


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167. Christer Strömholm, “Paris, 1962”. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 44.5 x 34.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Lars Hall and Gunilla Knape (ed.), "Imprints by Christer Strömholm – CHR. The Hasselblad Award 1997", 1998, illustrated on p. 27. Joakim Strömholm and Jakob Strömholm, "Christer Strömholm 1918–2002, On verra bien", 2002, illustrated on p. 35. Moderna Museet "En annan historia", 2011, illustrated pl. 96. Joakim Strömholm (ed.), "Post Scriptum Christer Strömholm", 2012, illustrated on p. 99. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

168. Christer Strömholm, “Montreuil, Paris, 1962”. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 44.5 x 34 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Joakim and Jakob Strömholm and Jan Åman, "Christer Strömholm 1918–2002. On verra bien", 2002, illustrated on p. 62. Joakim Strömholm (ed.), "Post Scriptum – Christer Strömholm", 2012, illustrated on fullpage p. 98. Anders Jonason and Christer Strömholm, "Christer Strömholm, Konsten att vara där", 1991, illustrated on p. 126. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

169. Christer Strömholm, Self–portrait, 1975–76. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 45 x 34.5 cm. Sheet 50 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Joakim and Jakob Strömholm and Jan Åman, “Christer Strömholm 1918–2002. On verra bien”, 2002, illustrated on p. 140. Gösta Flemming, Lars Hall e.a, “Christer Strömholm. In Memory of Himself”, 2006, illustrated on the cover. Also compare image at p. 130. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

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170. Christer Strömholm, “Montmartre, Paris”, early 1960’s. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 44.5 x 34.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Anders Jonason and Christer Strömholm, "Christer Strömholm, Konsten att vara där", 1991, illustrated on p. 142. Lars Hall and Gunilla Knape (ed.), "Imprints by Christer Strömholm – CHR. The Hasselblad Award 1997", 1998, illustrated. Joakim Strömholm (ed.), "Post Scriptum – Christer Strömholm", 2012, illustrated on fullpage p. 47. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

171. Christer Strömholm, “Puta, Palma de Mallorca, 1959”. Signed CHR and with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 34.5 x 44 cm. Sheet 40.5 x 50.5 cm. Literature: Anders Jonason and Christer Strömholm, "Christer Strömholm, Konsten att vara där", 1991, illustrated on p. 133. Joakim and Jakob Strömholm and Jan Åman, "Christer Strömholm 1918–2002. On verra bien", 2002, illustrated on p. 102. Joakim Strömholm (ed.), "Post Scriptum – Christer Strömholm", 2012, illustrated on fullpage p. 202. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

172. Lennart Nilsson, “Henri Matisse i Nice”, 1950. Signed Lennart Nilsson. Edition of 3/18 + 1 AP. Selenium gelatin silver print, image 40 x 40 cm. Literature: Se Magazine, No. 16, 1950. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457


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173. Helene Schmitz, “The Mirror”, 1994. Signed Helene Schmitz and dated 2016 and numbered AP on label verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted on aluminum and framed, image 173 x 120 cm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm, 13 January – 7 February 1996. Literature: Galerie Aronowitsch, exhibition catalogue, 1996, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

174. Helene Schmitz, “The Doorway”, 1994. Signed Helene Schmitz and dated 2016 and numbered 2/3 on label verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted on aluminum and framed, image 120 x 173 cm. Literature: Galerie Aronowitsch, exhibition catalogue, 1996, compare images. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

175. Ann Eringstam, “In Search of Wonderland #10”, 2013. Signed Ann Eringstam and numbered 4/5 on label verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. Digital C–print mounted to aluminum and acrylic glass 100 X 145 cm. Provenance: Galleri Mårtenson & Persson, Båstad. Literature: Nicolas Hansson e.a, “In search of wonderland”, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

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174. Helene Schmitz, The Doorway, 1994. Signed Helene Schmitz and dated 2016 and numbered 2/3 on label verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted on aluminum and framed, image 120 x 173 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR

Helene Schmitz “In March 1994, a beautiful turn–of–the–century building on Strandvägen in Stockholm burned down. Helene Schmitz grew up in an apartment in the building, and coincidentally the conflagration had started in that very flat. Soon after the fire, Schmitz documented the suite of rooms. The result was a remarkable series of photographs: There are pictures of devastation and fire–ravaged memories. But paradoxically, many of the pictures are quite beautiful. Soot covers the walls and objects like fresh snow, creating harmonious patterns. For some reason, the fire spared some deep–red drapes. Their contrast against the sooty gray / black walls is beautiful. It’s an unsettling beauty.” – John Peter Nilsson, translated quote

The “Livingroom” series features eight different images, taken in Schmitz’s childhood home. They were shown for the first time at the Galerie Aronowitsch in the winter of 1996 and have since been exhibited in several places in Sweden, France and Finland.

Left: 173. Helene Schmitz, The Mirror, 1994. Signed Helene Schmitz and dated 2016 and numbered AP on label verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted on aluminum and framed, image 173 x 120 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 936 – 9 920 EUR


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176. Esko Männikkö, “Kuivaniemi”, 1994. Signed Esko Männikkö and dated 1996 and numbered 2/20 on verso. Vintage. C–print, 51 x 57 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Literature: Birgitte Kölle (ed.), “Esko Männikkö”, 1996, illustrated on p. 43. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

177. Jorma Puranen, “Shadows, reflections and all that sort of things #3”, 1997. Signed Jorma Puranen and dated 2003 and numbered 3/6 on verso. C–print, diasec 95 x 74 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830

178. Peter Johansson, “Självporträtt i rött”, 2012. Signed Peter Johansson and numbered 3/5 + 2 EA on verso. C–print 111.5 x 87.5 cm including artist’s frame. A signed copy of the book “Johansson vs Zorn” included in lot. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Exhibitions: Another example has been exhibited at: Zornmuseet, Mora, "Johansson vs Zorn", 11 November – 10 March 2013. Bohusläns museum, Uddevalla, "Samlarens blick", 26 April – 8 June 2014. Kalmar konstmuseum, "Drömmen om samlingen", 4 July – 27 November 2015. Nationalmuseum c/o Konstakademien, Stockholm, "Konstnären", 11 February – 4 September 2016. Moderna Museet, Malmö, "Konstnären", 24 September 2016 – 19 February 2017. Literature: Peter Johansson, Per Svensson and Klas Östergren, ”Johansson vs Zorn”, 2012, illustrated on fullpage. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401


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180. Patrik Andersson, “Karl Lagerfelt”, ca 1993. Signed Patrik Andersson on verso. Edition 7/10. Archival pigment print, image 44 x 55 cm. Literature: Vogue Germany, August 1993. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

181. Terry O’Neill, “Raquel Welch on the Cross, Los Angeles”, 1970. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 19/50. Printed later. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 91.5 x 92 cm. Provenance: The Photogallery, Halmstad, Sweden. Literature: Terry O’Neill, “Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame”, 2013, illustrated fullpage p. 333. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

181A. Albert Watson, ”David Bowie, The Finger, New York City, 1996”. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 9/25 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 60 x 46.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

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182. Irving Penn, “Train Coach Waiter, New York 1951”. Signed Irving Penn and dated November 1976 and numbered 12/20 on verso. Also with stamp “Handcoated by the photographer” and “Photograph by Irving Penn copyright 1951 by the Conde Nast Publications Inc.” on verso. Platinum palladium, image 48.7 x 38 cm. Sheet 59.6 x 56.7 cm. Provenance: Galleri Camera Obscura, Stockholm. Literature: Irving Penn, “Moments preserved: eight essays in photographs and words”, 1960, reproduced page 167. Virginia A. Heckert and Anne Lacoste, “Irving Penn Small Trades”, J. Paul Getty Museum, 2009, reproduced on fullpage pl. 75.

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 225 000 / EUR 19 436 – 21 865

183. Tom Baril, “Brugsmansia”, 1998. Signed Tom Baril and dated 98 on the mount. Edition of 25. Gelatin silver print 59 x 46.5 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

184. Tom Baril, “Sedum”, late 1990’s. Signed Tom Baril and dated 98 on the mount. Gelatin silver print 59 x 46.5 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457


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185. Ellen Von Unwerth, “Naomi Campbell, from the Azzedine Alaïa Spring/Summer Campaign, 1991”. Signed Ellen von Unwerth on label verso. Gelatin silver print, image 124 x 190 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner in the early 90’s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577

186. Hasse Persson, “New York, Studio 54”, 1979. Signed Hasse Persson on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, 44 x 29 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

187. Hans Gedda, “Nelson Mandela”, 1990. Signed Hans Gedda. Also signed and numbered 2/10 on verso. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 89 x 89 cm. Literature: Magnus Olausson e.a, “Hans Gedda; Det tredje ögat”, 2013, illustrated fullpage p. 101. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 180 000 / EUR 14 577 – 17 492

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Ellen von Unwerth Ellen von Unwerth is the fashion model who became a photographer. She takes humorous and sexy images of fashion models, artists and friends. Von Unwerth has said that she loved her ten years as a model, the travelling, the interesting people she met and the beautiful clothes she wore, but in the end she had no choice but to find an outlet for her own creativity. She was given a simple camera as a present by a friend and took her first pictures on a trip to Kenya. Her appealing mix of fashion, burlesque and eroticism features regularly in fashion magazines such as Vogue and Vanity Fair, but her images have also been used in campaigns for Victoria’s Secret, among others. There are some nods to Helmut Newton’s visual world, but von Unwerth’s images allow the personality of the models to shine through, and there is a completely different chemistry between model and photographer. Ellen von Unwerth and Claudia Schiffer both had their breakthrough on the celebrated Guess campaign in 1989. Some of these images are currently on display at Fotografiska, which is running a large retrospective exhibition of photographs from von Unwerth’s 30–year career until May 20, 2018. Ellen von Unwerth appears to love her job and has tackled most assignments – from iconic advertising campaigns to

music videos (Duran Duran, Salt–N–Pepa, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé) and album covers for world–famous artists, such as Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Rihanna. The photograph that are up for auction were taken for Azzedine Alaïa’s spring and summer collection in 1991, which was fronted by Naomi Campbell, among other models. Ellen von Unwerth’s images can be said to reflect her own story and personality in a number of ways – her career as a model, but also her celebrated charisma and curiosity. Her models radiate selfconfidence and courage. Many of the images allude to the circus and cabaret, which is certainly a reflection of her own time as an assistant to a knife thrower at a circus in Munich, Germany. As a model she found it difficult to stand still, which is perhaps why there is almost always movement of some kind or an event unfolding in her photographs. 185. Ellen von Unwerth, Naomi Campbell, from the Azzedine Alaia Spring/Summer Campaign, 1991. Signed Ellen von Unwerth on label verso. Gelatin silver print, image 124 x 190 cm. (d) Estimate: 100 000 – 150 000 SEK / 9 920 – 14 880 EUR


JR, Photograffeur The artist known as JR was born in 1983 in France. His true identity is unknown to the public, but he is currently more popular than ever. He received an Oscar nomination for the documentary “Faces Places” (2017) and created a remarkable installation at the Armory Show this March. Neither a photographer nor a street artist, but a unique form of expression in between them, JR calls himself a “Photograffeur”. He and his crew mount large–scale black and white pictures in public places, just as graffiti artists have traditionally worked. He also uses video, books and social media to convey his political messages. In 2011 he received an award for his TED talk, and in 2015 Phaidon released the monograph “JR: Can Art Change the World?”, which describes most of his projects. The image “28 millimètres, Portrait of a Generation, Ladj Ly” is part of his first project, “Portrait of a Generation”, which he worked on for roughly 10 years, and it’s one of his most powerful images. It was pasted to a wall, large scale, in the Les Bosquets (Montfermeil) residential area in the outskirts of Paris. The area is one of the suburbs that burned during the riots of 2005. The image provoked bypassers and residents, while it at the same time gave a voice to the people pictured in it, and effectively questioned the media’s representation of a whole generation of people and the perception

of the outer suburbs. This is how he himself described the first time “28 millimètres, Portrait of a Generation, Ladj Ly” was shown largescale: “This image was my first large–scale pasting using strips created on a large–format printer. We pasted at night and asked kids from the neighborhood to wait at the bottom of the ladder in order to create a crowd and avoid the police. I was pasting the second strip when we realized we made a mistake. We had to come back the next night! The pasting took eight hours with the help of all the community. Today, a pasting like this would only take us a couple of hours.” JR is represented by Galerie Perrotin in Paris and is currently doing an exhibition at the New York Gallery LLC from June 27 to August 17, 2018.

188. JR, 28 millimètres, Portrait of a Generation, Ladj Ly, 2004. Signed JR and dated 06 and numbered 25/100. Offset 41 x 61 cm. (d) Estimate: 300 000 – 400 000 SEK / 3 968 – 5 952 EUR


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188. JR “28 millimètres, Portrait of a Generation, Ladj Ly”, 2004. Signed JR and dated 06 and numbered 25/100. Offset 41 x 61 cm. Provenance: Allmänna Galleriet, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Allmänna Galleriet, Stockholm, September 2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

189. Bruce Highquality Foundation, “Public Sculpture Tackle (Beuys)”, 2007. Signed certificate included in lot. Edition 2/3. C–print, image 121 x 121 cm. Provenance: DUVE Berlin, Berlin.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

190. Teitur Ardal, “Mt Fuji”, 2008. Signed Teitur and dated 2017 and numbered 2/9 + 2 AP on verso. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 89 x 89 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457


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191. Helena Blomqvist, “The Shepherd”, 2004. Signed Helena Blomqvist and numbered 4/5 on verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. Lambda print, plexi glass, aluminum 125.5 x 106 cm. Literature: Helena Blomqvist, “Helena Blomqvist”, 2012, illustrated on fullpage. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

192. Lovisa Ringborg, “Untitled”, 2004, from the series “Wonderland”. Signed Lovisa Ringborg and numbered 1/5 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 74 x 99 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Exhibitions: MAQS Lawfirm, Göteborg, 2005. The series Wonderland has been exhibited at, among others: Hasselblad center, Göteborg, “Ny nordisk fotografi”, 20 May – 27 August 2006. Kungsbacka konsthall, 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

193. Michael Johansson, “Ghost–II”, 2009. Signed Michael Johansson and numbered AP on label verso. Printed in 2011. C–print mounted to dibond and acrylic glass, 130 x 91 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

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194. Cecilia Edefalk, “At the Moment Untitled”, 2003. Signed Cecilia Edefalk på etikett a tergo. Unique. Gelatin silver print, 145 x 108 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Stene Projects, Stockholm. Literature: Jean–Christophe von Ammann e.a, “Cecilia Edefalk”, 1999, exhibition catalogue Kunsthalle Bern and Moderna Museet, compare image p. 9–11. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577

195. Blaise Reutersward, “Deutsche Landschaft 1205”, 2012. Signed Blaise Reutersward on label verso. Executed in 2014 and numbered AP 1/2. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. C–print, image 155 x 207 cm. Provenance: Galerie Camera Work, Berlin. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Galerie Camera Work, Berlin, “Aktstudien und Deutsche Landschaften”, 24 August – 12 October 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 140 000 – 160 000 / EUR 13 605 – 15 549

196. Dawid, (Björn Dawidsson) “#10103”, 2002. Signed Dawid and dated 2002 on verso. Unique. Chemigraph, image 40.5 x 50.5 cm. Including artist’s frame 61.5 x 71.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Skarstedt, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Skarstedt, Stockholm, 28 February – 28 March 2004. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943


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197. Mikael Jansson, “Mini Andén, Stockholm Studio, 1996”. Signed Mikael Jansson and dated 2004 and numbered 3/6 on verso. Total edition of 6 + 1 AP. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 54 x 43 cm. Provenance: Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Claes Britton, “Mikael Jansson”, 1999, illustrated on pl. 39. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

198. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), “Comme des Garcons”, 2004. Signed Dawid and numbered 2/10 on verso. Pigment print, image 99 x 79 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

199. Åke E:son Lindman, “Flat Iron, NYC”, 1996. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2004 on verso. Solarized gelatin silver print, image 48.5 x 39 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. Exhibitions: Julia Tedroff and Niclas Östlind, “Åke E:son Lindman: Pure Architecture”, 2010, illustrated on spread p. 20–21. Literature: Julia Tedroff and Niclas Östlind, “Åke E:son Lindman: Pure Architecture”, 2010, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

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200. Åke E:son Lindman, “Genius Loci #1”, 1994. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2005 on verso. Solarized gelatin silver print, image 48.5 x 39 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. Literature: Julia Tedroff and Niclas Östlind, “Åke E:son Lindman: Pure Architecture”, 2010, illustrated on spread p. 20–21. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

201. Åke E:son Lindman, “Villa Lante”, 2001. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2004 on verso. Solarized gelatin silver print, image 48.5 x 38.5 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 749 – 1 943

202. Åke E:son Lindman, “La Tourette”, 1998. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2004 on verso. Solarized gelatin silver print, image 48.5 x 39 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 749 – 1 943


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203. Hans Gedda, Untitled, 2017. Signed Hans Gedda and numbered 3/5. Palladium print, image 43 x 34.5 cm. Sheet 57 x 48 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

204. Erwin Olaf, “Bodybuilders”, 1984. Signed Erwin Olaf and numbered 2/2 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 26.5 x 37.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

205. Erwin Olaf, “Chessmen VI”, 1988. Signed Erwin Olaf. Also signed and numbered 2/15 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 37 x 37 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457

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206. Esko Männikkö, “Roeloavlos, San Antonio”, 1996. Signed Esko Männikkö and dated 1997 and numbered 3/20 on verso. Vintage. C–print 48.7 x 59.5 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Literature: Esko Männikkö, “Mexas”, 1999, illustrated on p. 47. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

207. Esko Männikkö, “Victoriano, Batesville”, 1997. Signed Esko Männikkö and dated 1997 and numbered 2/20 on verso. Vintage. C–print 51 x 62 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Literature: Esko Männikkö, “Mexas”, 1999, illustrated on p. 23. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

208. Esko Männikkö, “Frank and Christina, San Antonio”, 1996. Signed Esko Männikkö and dated 1997 and numbered 3/20 on verso. Vintage. C–print 96 x 115 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London, “Sightings”, 1998. Literature: Esko Männikkö, “Mexas”, 1999, illustrated on p. 33. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887


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209. Nick Brandt, “Elephant Cathedral, Masai Mara”, 2007. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered 8/15. Archival pigment print, image 109 x 96 cm. Provenance: Acquired by the current owner in conjunction with the five year jubilee of Fotografiska, Stockholm, and the opening of Nick Brandt’s exhibition in 2015. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Fotografiska, Stockholm, “On This Earth A Shadow Falls Across The Ravaged Land”, 22 May – 13 September 2015. Literature: Nick Brandt, “On this Earth, a Shadow Falls”, 2010, illustrated on p. 84. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 718 – 14 577

210. Chi Peng, “Mountain”, 2007. Signed certificate included in lot. Edition 5/10. C–print, 60 x 315 cm. Provenance: Galleri Gunnar Olsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Gunnar Olsson, Stockholm, 13 – 21 October 2007.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 859 – 6 802

211. Nick Brandt, “Rhinos on lake, Lake Nakuru”, 2007. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered 9/15. Archival pigment print, image 101 x 101,5 cm. Provenance: A Galerie, Paris. Literature: Nick Brandt, ”On this Earth, a Shadow Falls“, 2010, illustrated on p. 95. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

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212. Luis Gispert, “Ghost”, 2010. Signed L. Gispert and dated 2011 and numbered AP on verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. C–print, image 181.5 x 283 cm. Provenance: Stefan Lundgren Gallery/Mallorca Landings Residency, Palma de Mallorca.

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 661 – 14 577

213. Helmut Newton, “SUMO”. Signed Helmut Newton and numbered 06200/10000. Book published by Taschen, Monte Carlo, 1999, 71 x 51 cm. Comes in the original box from Taschen. With a metal table designed by Phillipe Starck. Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 802 – 8 746

214. Rob Hann, “Highway 90, Texas”, 2006. Signed Rob Hann on label on verso. Edition 4/6. Archival inkjet print, image 112 x 140.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Christian Larsen, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 859 – 5 830


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215. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), From the series “Pinup / RRR”, 2013. Signed Dawid and dated 2013 and numbered 1/5. Pigment print 156 x 111.5 cm including artist’s frame. Provenance: Åmells Konsthandel, Stockholm. Acquired by the current owner in 2015. Exhibitions: Abecita Konstmuseum, Borås, “Dawid.nu”, 20 February – 4 May 2014. Åmells Konsthandel, Stockholm, spring 2015. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

216. Marie Andersson, “Cathèdrale”, 2008. Signed Marie Andersson and numbered 1/3 on verso. C–print, image 123.5 x 123.5 cm. Exhibitions: The series “Hôtel/Hôpital” has been exhibited at: Galleri Magnus Åklundh, Malmö, 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

217. Åke E:son Lindman, “Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice Italy”, 1994. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2012 and numbered 1/5 on verso. Pigment print, 79 x 99.5 cm. Literature: Ingrid Sommar, “Genius Loci, Fotografier av Åke E:son Lindman”, 1998, exhibition catalogue, illustrated. Niclas Östlind and Julia Tedroff (ed.), “Åke E:son Lindman, Pure Architecture”, 2010, illustrated on spread p. 52–53. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

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218. Hasse Persson, “Alfred Hitchcock, Hollywood 1969”. Signed Hasse Persson. Analogue gelatin silver print, image 33.5 x 50 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

219. Leif–Erik Nygårds, “Marilyn Monroe photographed in Los Angeles at Bel Air Hotel, June 27th 1962”. Signed Leif–Erik Nygårds on verso. Printed in 1989. Reportedly from an edition of 7 AP. Cibachrome, image 36.5 x 47.5 cm. Sheet 37.5 x 49 cm. Provenance: A gift from the photographer to the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

220. Terry O’Neill, “Sir Winston Churchill Leaves Hospital, London, 21 August 1962”. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 9/50. Printed later. Gelatin silver print, image 53.5 x 39 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. Literature: Terry O’Neill, “Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame”, 2013, illustrated on p. 69. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 971 – 1 457


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221. Terry O’Neill, “Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore, Malta”, 1963. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 2/50. Printed later. Gelatin silver print, image 111 x 111 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad, Sweden. Literature: Terry O’Neill, “Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame”, 2013, illustrated on p. 333. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 830 – 7 774

222. Fredrik Wretman, “Metropolitan Museum of Art”, 1989. Signed Fredrik Wretman on verso. Edition 3. Cibachrome silicone mounted to glass 99 x 99 cm. From the series “American Floors”. Provenance: Galleri Flach, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, “American Floors, Russian Slippers”, 1991. Literature: Jan Åman, “Fredrik Wretman – American floors”, 1991, compare. Fredrik Wretman, “American Floors”, Moderna Museets exhibition catalogue No. 239, 1991, compare. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

222A. Åke E:son Lindman, “Gipsoteca Canova”, 1990. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and numbered 2/5 on verso. Pigment print, image 135 x 108 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 401 – 3 887

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223. Maria Miesenberger, “Utsikt – Insikt – Avsikt III”, 1993–1996. Signed Maria Miesenberger and dated ’93–’96 and numbered Ed. 3/10 on verso. C–print mounted to acrylic glass, diameter 49 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Literature: Hasselblad Center, “Works by Maria Miesenberger”, 1998, illustrated on p. 28. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 457 – 1 943

224. Antanas Sutkus, “Boots, Zarasai, 1972”. Signed Antanas Sutkus on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 46 x 45.5 cm. Sheet 49 x 48.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 583 – 777

225. Antanas Sutkus, “Good Bye, Party Comrades! Vilnius”, 1991. Signed A. Sutkus and dated 1991 on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, image 46.5 x 37.5 cm. Sheet 49.5 x 39.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Saulius Žukas, “Antanas Sutkus. Fotografijos/Photographs 1959–1999”, illustrated on p. 57. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 166 – 1 457


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226. Antanas Sutkus, “A School for Blind Children, Domestic Science, Kaunas, 1962–1966”. Signerad A. Sutkus a tergo. Gelatin silver print, image 34 x 32.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 583 – 777

227. Sune Jonsson, “Förre hemmansägaren P.A. Söderström, Ytterbyn, Lövånger”, 1962”. Signed Sune Jonsson and numberd 3/3 on verso. Also stamped “Copyright Sune Jonsson” on verson. Gelatin silver photograph, image, 37.7 x 24 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer in 2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 943 – 2 429

228. Hans Hammarskiöld, “Suzanne, 1957” For the book “Billa och jag”. Signed Hans Hammarskiöld and numbered 65/100 on verso. Also with copyright stamp on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 38 x 28 cm. Sheet 40 x 29.5 cm. Provenance: A gift from the photographer to the current owner. Literature: Hans Hammarskiöld, “Billa och jag: en sommarsaga”, 2009, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166

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229. Lennart Olson, “Indien – Konarak”, 1959. Signed Lennart Olson and dated 1959 on verso. Copyright stamp Lennart Olson, Tio fotografer, on verso. Vintage. 8 images framed together. Gelatin silver print, image 27.5 x 20.5 cm per part. Including frame 70 x 102 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166

230. Gisèle Freund, “Jean Cocteau, Paris”, 1939. Signed Gisèle Freund on verso. Also with copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 37 x 24.8 cm. Sheet 41 x 30 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Musee National d’art moderne Centre Pompidou, “Gisele Freund Itinéraires” , 1991, illustrated on p. 141. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166

231. Gisèle Freund, “Virginia Woolf, 1939”. Signed Gisèle Freund and with copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 29.7 x 19.7 cm. Image 39.7 x 28.3 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Musee National d’art moderne Centre Pompidou, “Gisele Freund Itinéraires” , 1991, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 971 – 1 166


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232. Gisèle Freund, “Henri Matisse, Paris, 1948”. Signed Gisèle Freund on verso. Also with copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 24 x 35.7 cm. Sheet 40 x 30 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Musee National d’art moderne Centre Pompidou, “Gisele Freund Itineraires” , 1991, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 777 – 971

233. David Hockney, “Paper Pools”. Lithograph in colours, 1980, signed David Hockney and numbered 692/1000 in pencil, published by Tyler Graphics Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York, with their blindstamp. S: 26.5 x 22.5 cm. Literature: MCA Tokyo 234. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 774 – 9 718

234. Roy Lichtenstein, “Still life with Picasso” from Hommage á Picasso portfolio. Silkscreen in colours, 1973, signed in pencil and numbered EA, printed and published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, and with their blindstamp. I. 72.2 x 53.2 cm. S. 76.2 x 56 cm (Arches 88). Literature: Corlett 127. Gemini Work Number RL73–5066

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 718 – 12 147

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235. Andy Warhol, “Marilyn Monroe”. Silkscreen in colors, 1967, signed in pencil and numbered 233/250 with a rubber stamp on verso. Printed by Aetna Silkscreen Products, Inc./Du–Art Displays, New York, published by Factory Additions, New York, 91.5 x 91.5 cm. Literature: Feldman, 24.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 24 295 – 29 154

236. Andy Warhol, “Herself”, from: “Three portraits of Ingrid Bergman”. Silkscreen in colors, 1983, signed in pencil and numbered 185/250 on verso. Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York. Published by Galerie Börjeson, Malmö. 96.5 x 96.5 cm. Provenance: Galerie Börjeson, Malmö. Literature: Feldman, II.313.

Estimate: SEK 225 000 – 250 000 / EUR 21 865 – 24 295

237. Andy Warhol, “$ (Quadrant)”. A unique silkscreen in colours, 1982, signed in pencil and numbered 32/60, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Andy Warhol, New York. I./S. 101.6 x 81.3 cm. Literature: Feldman II.283. (Feldman IIA.283).

Estimate: SEK 700 000 – 750 000 / EUR 68 027 – 72 886


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238. Andy Warhol, “Frölunda Hockey Player”. Silkscreen in colours, 1986, signed in pencil and numbered 4/100, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith with his blind stamp, New York, published by Art Now Gallery, Gothenburg. I./S. 100 x 80 cm. Literature: Feldman II.366.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

239. Andy Warhol, (After) “Josef Beuys”. Signed Andy Warhol and Joseph Beuys. Offset on paper. S: 39.5 x 29.5 cm. Literature: Compare Feldman 242.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

240. Roy Lichtenstein, “Modern head #4”. Lithograph on engraved and anodized aluminium, 1970, signed R. Lichtenstein and numbered 6/100 on verso. Printed and published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. 43.8 x 52.7 cm. Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 718 – 11 661

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241. Tom Wesselmann, “Helen Nude”. Silkscreen in colours, 1981, signed in pencil and numbered 24/150, published by Transworld Art inc., New York, and with their blind–stamp I. 78.2 x 80.5 cm. S: 91 x 93.8 cm. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859

242. Karl Gerstner, “Optik Box”. Édition MAT 1964. Signed Gerstner and numbered 90/100 on label on verso. Lightbox with a lens, 6 interchangeable patterns in paper. 40 x 40 x 11 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 401

243. Robert Rauschenberg, “Samarkand Stitches #IV”. Embroidered signature and dated 1988. Numbered 20 from a total edition of 74 unique works. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Fabric assemblage with screenprinting 150 x 100 cm. Literature: Gemini Publication Sequence Number 1402.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 887 – 4 859


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244. David Hockney, “Mexican Hotel Garden”. Etching, 1984, on HMP Koller Handmade paper, signed in pencil and numbered 13/65, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, and with their blind stamp. P. 61 x 91 cm. S. 83.5 x 116.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Mustad, Gothenburg. Literature: Gemini Publication Sequence Number 1190. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 915 – 3 887

245. James Rosenquist, “Welcome to the Water Planet”. Signed James Rosenquist and dated 1987 and numbered 2/2 Presentation Proof. Edition of 55. Aquatint, image 174 x 136 image. S: 192 x 151 cm. Provenance: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Glenn 211.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 887 – 5 830

246. Carsten Höller, From the series “Canaries”, 2009. Signed Carsten Höller and dated 2009 and numbered 16/24. Photogravure on Somerset 300 gr. paper, image 83 x 58 cm. Sheet 108 x 78 cm. Provenance: Niels Borch Jensen Gallery, Copenhagen/Berlin. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

247. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, “The Gates, Central Park, New York”. Signed Christo. Offset colour print with fabric application, image 69 x 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 429 – 2 915

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Contemporary Art & Design Viewing 14 – 18 April. Auction 19 April, 2018 Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm

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Contemporary Art & Design

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Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 606 | April 2018  

Viewing: 14 – 18 April | Sale: 19 April | www.bukowskis.com Welcome to Contemporary Art & Design, featuring real treasures dating from the 1...

Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 606 | April 2018  

Viewing: 14 – 18 April | Sale: 19 April | www.bukowskis.com Welcome to Contemporary Art & Design, featuring real treasures dating from the 1...