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7. Ettore Sottsass, a Carlton bookcase by Memphis, Italy, 1980's (detail).


Contemporary Art & Design Viewing October 18–22. Auction October 23, 2018 Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm

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Cover: Maria Miesenberger, Standing motion (landing).


7. Ettore Sottsass, a Carlton bookcase by Memphis, Italy, 1980's (detail).


Simon Stålenhag, Forest Iron. Signed Simon Stålenhag and dated 2010. Gouache on paper 38 x 56 cm. (d) Estimate: 100 000 SEK / 9 487 EUR

Charity Auction online 11 – 23 October World renowned artist Simon Stålenhag’s only painting ever created to be auctioned online by Bukowskis to benefit Stugan Games Accelerator. Simon Stålenhag is the author, concept designer and artist behind ‘Tales from the Loop’ and ‘Things from the Flood’. His highly imaginative images and stories depicting illusive sci–fi phenomena in mundane, hyper–realistic Scandinavian and American landscapes have made Stålenhag one of the most sought–after visual story– tellers in the world. Recently the rights to ‘Tales from the Loop’ were acquired by Amazon Studios to develop an 8–episode live action series based on the best–selling book.

A physical viewing will be held October 18–22 at Bukowskis classic premises in Stockholm (Berzelii Park 1). The artwork will be included in the Contemporary Art & Design + Important Timepieces viewing but sold separately online at 23 October with lot no. 1076523. Stugan is a non–profit organization that organize an annual accelerator program for aspiring game developers. Stugan is made possible by individuals including Oskar Burman (CEO and co–founder of Fast Travel Games), Tommy Palm (CEO and co– founder of Resolution Games) and many more. For more information visit www.stugan.com.


Contemporary Art & Design Viewing October 18–22. Auction October 23, 2018 Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm

Tuesday 23 October From 2 pm Important Timepieces

From 4 pm Design Contemporary Art

Number 1 � 115

Number 1 � 54 55 � 212

Photography

213 � 314

Prints

315 � 348


49. Henrik Thor-Larsen, Ovalia, fรฅtรถlj och pall, Torlan AB, Staffanstorp, 1960-70-tal.


4. Superstudio, a Polaris table lamp by Design Center Poltronova, Italy 1960–70's. 21. Gaetano Pesce, a Nobody's perfect sideboard for Zerodisegno 2002. 5. Valérie Doubroucinskis, a 1970's shelf for Rodier, France. 14. Jonas Bohlin, a Nonting daybed for Källemo, Sweden 1987.


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Bukowskis October 2018 1. Piero Fornasetti, a table lamp, Milano, Italy. Brass and metal with printed pattern of antique coins with Greek profiles in light pink against a black ground. Height including lamp holder 44 cm. Auctioned in favor of Bjarne Ahlström’s Memorial Fund for Medical Research. Estimate: SEK 5 000 – 6 000 / EUR 474 – 569

2. Piero Fornasetti, a ‘Cammei’ paper basket, Milano Italy. Metal with printed decor and brass details, marked FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY, height 28 cm. Auctioned in favor of Bjarne Ahlström’s Memorial Fund for Medical Research. Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 569 – 759

3. Piero Fornasetti, an umbrella stand, Milano, Italy. Metal with printed decor and details in brass, marked FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY, height 57 cm. Auctioned in favor of Bjarne Ahlström’s Memorial Fund for Medical Research. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948


Bukowskis October 2018 4. Superstudio, a ‘Polaris’ table lamp by Design Center Poltronova, Italy 1960–70’s. White marble base, chrome plated metal, three ice blue glass shades, height 46 cm. Literature: Light–Lamps 1968–1973: New Italian Design, Ferrari and Ferrari, fig. 152.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 18 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 707

5. Valérie Doubroucinskis, a 1970’s shelf for Rodier, France. Red fiberglass, height 208 cm, width 29 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

6. Mats Theselius, a Ferrari red ‘Canapé’, Källemo, Sweden post 1991. Lacquered steel, red leather and walnut, marked with label and numbered 19/35, Length ca 130 cm, height 75 cm, seat height 46 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

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7. Ettore Sottsass, a ‘Carlton’ bookcase by Memphis, Italy, 1980’s. Marked with metal label: MEMPHIS MILANO ETTORE SOTTSASS 1981, N. 548 MADE IN ITALY. Height 198 cm, width 190 cm, total depth 40 cm. Estimate: SEK 75 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 115 – 9 487

8. Michele De Lucchi, a ‘Cairo’ occasional table for Memphis, Milan, post 1986. Steel base, laminated table top, height 75 cm, diameter 55 cm. Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 569 – 759

9. Ettore Sottsass, a ‘Pausania’ table lamp by Artemide Italy, post 1983. Black and green plastic, metal and chrome details, marked with label: Ettore Sottsass Jr Artemide Pausania Italy, height 42 cm, width 46 cm. Estimate: SEK 4 000 – 6 000 / EUR 379 – 569


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10. Paolo Pallucco, a pair of easy chairs for Gambe–Pallucco, Italy 1980’s. Assymetrical seat upholstered in white wool fabric, feet in steel, height 89 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

11. Paolo Piva, an ‘Alanda’ sofa table, B & B, Italy post 1981. Base of black lacquered steel, glass top, 120 x 120 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

12. John Kandell, a ceiling lamp from the S:t Nicolai chapel in Helsingborg, Sweden 1956. Oak and opaque glass shades, oak ceiling fixture, height 120 cm. Provenance: S:t Nicolai chapel, Helsingborg, Sweden 1956. Literature: Gunilla Lundahl, ‘John Kandell, balanskonstnär, solitär, rävröd’, Raster, Stockholm 1992.

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138


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13. John Kandell, a mahogany cabinet ‘Gestalten’ by Källemo, Sweden post 1989. Stamped JK and numbered 38/100, height 202 cm, width 25 (the crest 50.5 cm), depth 35.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

14. Jonas Bohlin, a ‘Nonting’ daybed for Källemo, Sweden 1987. Base in black laqcuered steel with green and red wool seat, marked with label, height 43 cm, width 75 cm, length 200 cm. Exhibitions: The model exhibited at SAD (Le Salon des artistes décorateurs) 1987, Grand Palais, Paris.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

15. John Kandell, a unique wall sculpture, Sweden 1980. Painted wood, signed 1980, JK, height 91 cm, width 37 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948


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16. Jonas Bohlin, a ‘Molnpallen’ LIV stool for Jonas Bohlin Design AB, Sweden 1997. Iron legs, wooden seat, cushion upholstered in white linnen, signed LIV J. BOHLIN FÄRGFABRIKEN 1997. Height 65 cm. Provenance: The ‘LIV’ exhibition at Färgfabriken in Stockholm 1997.

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

17. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a ‘Selectra 769/12’, ceiling lamp, Markaryd AB, Sweden 1960–70’s. Brushed steel and white lacquered metal shades, marked with label, length 220 cm, height ca 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

18. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a brass and white lacquered ‘C 896/M’ ceiling light, Markaryd, Sweden 1960’s–70’s. Maker’s paper labels, measurements 42 x 42 cm, total height ca 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

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19. Bruno Mathsson, a pair of ‘Karin’ easy chairs, DUX, Sweden, post 1969. Tubular steel and black leather, the lining marked DUX. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

20. Bruno Mathsson, a pair of ‘Karin’ easy chairs, DUX, Sweden post 1969. Tubular steel and black leather, the lining marked DUX. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

21. Gaetano Pesce, a ‘Nobody’s perfect’ sideboard for Zerodisegno 2002. Blue and red polyresin, marked GAETANO PESCE ZERODISEGNO and signed STOCKHOLM 21.10.03, height 137 cm, width 208 cm, depth 50 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


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22. Gaetano Pesce, a ‘Nobody’s perfect’ chair for Zerodisegno 2003. Yellow and red polyresin, marked GAETANO PESCE ZERODISEGNO and signed 20/10/03, height 87 cm, seat height 43 cm. Estimate: SEK 5 000 – 6 000 / EUR 474 – 569

23. Gio Ponti, a ‘Pontiponti’ chair, Palluccoitalia, edition 2/100, 1991. Steel and black lethear, marked with label, PALLUCCOITALIA PONTI–PONTI 2/100 design Gio Ponti Ultimo anno diproduzione 1991, height 109 cm. Exhibitions: Lisa Licitra Ponti, GioPonti – The Complete Work 1923–1978, Thames and Hudson Ltd 1990, p. 245.

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

24. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a pair of brass and tassel floor lamps for Markaryd AB Sweden, 1960–70’s. Marked with label, height ca 125 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

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25. Mats Theselius, an ‘El Rey’ brass and black leather armchair, Källemo, Sweden post 1999. Signed el Rey by Mats Theselius 1999 Nr: 338/360 copies for Källemo, Sweden, seat height 31–36 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 75 000 / EUR 4 743 – 7 115

26. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a six shade model ‘T–606’ brass and tassle ceiling lamp, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70’s. Diameter 70 cm, height 30 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

27. Mats Theselius, a ‘Star’ easy chair for Källemo Sweden, 2009. Label marked: STAR Mats Theselius 2009 KÄLLEMO AB 39/360, height 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


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28. Kersti Sandin & Lars Bülow, ‘Hommage Josef Frank’, a cabinet for Karl Andersson & Söner, Husqvarna, Sweden 1985. Lacquered in red with black details and a semicircular mirror on top. Marked and signed ‘HOMMAGE JOSEF FRANK DESIGN SANDIN & BÜLOW SKÅP NR: 110. AB KARL ANDERSSON & SÖNER HUSKVARNA SWEDEN’ and signed Sandin & Bülow. Height 159, width 65, depth 30 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 948 – 1 423

29. Erik Höglund, a twelve lights chandelier, Boda, Sweden ca 1960. Iron base with clear glass pendants, height ca 97 cm, diameter 50 cm. Provenance: Reportedly bought ca 1960.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

30. Jonas Bohlin, a ‘Concrete’ armchair, Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden 1981. Concrete and iron. Signed 98/100 jONAS BOHLIN. Height 89,5 cm, width 49 cm, depth 57 cm, seat height 45,5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231


34. Ron Arad, a 2 R NOT chair, 1992, no 6 in an edition of 20. Patinated and polished steel, signed Ron Arad 6/20. Height 76,5 cm, 61 x 61 cm


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31. Jonas Bohlin, a table, Jonas Bohlin Design, Sweden 1990’s. Frame in grey laquered metal, top in brown leather, marked with label: Jonas Bohlin Design Stockholm, width 140 cm, depth 140 cm, height 74 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

32. Jonas Bohlin, a set of eight ‘Point’ chairs for Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden post 1985. Steel and black leather, marked with label, height 78 cm, seat height 46 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

33. Mats Theselius, a ‘National Geographic’ cabinet by Källemo, Sweden, circa 1990. Yellow lacquered with glass doors, brass details, beech legs. Marked Mats Theselius 1990 Produced by Källemo AB Sweden. Height 171 cm, width 57,5 cm, depth 22 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897


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34. Ron Arad, a ‘2 r not’ chair, 1992, no 6 in an edition of 20. Patinated and polished steel, signed Ron Arad 6/20. Height 76,5 cm, 61 x 61 cm. Provenance: Acquired after the exhibition: The Work of Ron Arad. Museum of Applied Arts, Helsinki, Finland in 1995.

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 28 462 – 37 950

35. Ron Arad, a pair of ‘Tom Vac’ aluminium chairs, Ron Arad Associates, 500 pcs edition, 1997. Chromium–plated legs, signed Ron Arad 151/500 and 152/500. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

36. Mats Theselius, a ‘Star’ easy chair for Källemo Sweden, 2009. Label marked: STAR Mats Theselius 2009 KÄLLEMO AB 218/360, height 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

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37. Mats Theselius, a ‘Star’ easy chair for Källemo Sweden, 2009. Label marked: STAR Mats Theselius 2009 KÄLLEMO AB 228/360, height 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

38. Rolf Hanson, a ‘Pelare’ (Pillar) cabinet for Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden post 1991. Red stained alder on a granite base, decorated with painted spots, two doors with green patinated bronze handles, four shelves. Signed and marked KÄLLEMO 19/90, height 208 cm, width 48 cm, depth 43 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

39. Yngve Ekström, a ‘Rondino 2’ easy chair, Swedese Möbler AB, Sweden 1960’s. Steel and black leather, height 100 cm. Provenance: Aquired directly from the designer, thence by descent. Literature: Brita–Lena Ekström, ‘På spaning efter Lamino – om möbelformgivaren Yngve Ekström’, Bokförlaget Arena, 2007, p. 101.

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 569 – 759


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40. Kerstin Olby, a unique ‘Rhapsody’ cabinet by Olby Design, Sweden 2010. A total of 16 drawers veneered in walnut root, base in walnut, marked with label and numbered 26/30, height 137 cm, width 82 cm, depth 37 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 45 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 269

41. Lotta Lampa, a unique ‘Tjabo Thunder Light’, floor lamp, Studio Lotta Lampa, Sweden 2018. Steel and black and silver metallic lacquer, signed Lotta Lampa 18, height 176 cm. Exhibitions: A different version is represented in The Vitra Design Museum and was shown at the Salone de Mobile in Milan 2018. This model was also exhibited at Lotta Lampa’s solo exhibitions at Kalix Konsthall, Norrbottens museum in Luleå, and GKF Visby, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

42. Lotta Lampa, a unique ‘TT Thunder’ ceiling light, Studio Lotta Lampa, Sweden 2018. Steel with black and silver metallic lacquer, signed L.L., height without the bulb 40 cm. Exhibitions: A version exhibited at the London Design Fair 2018, Chart Art fair Copenhagen at Adorno, Now Nordic. (d)

Estimate: SEK 5 000 – 6 000 / EUR 474 – 569

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30. Jonas Bohlin, a Concrete armchair, Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden 1981. 41. Lotta Lampa, a unique Tjabo Thunder Light, floor lamp, Studio Lotta Lampa, Sweden 2018. 45. Nick Ross, a unique Last of the Free Chair (Artefact #12), Scotland 2018.


Bukowskis October 2018 43. Verner Panton, an enameled metal ‘Flower Pot’, by Louis Poulsen, Denmark 1970’s. Label marked. Diameter 49,5 cm, height ca 35 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

44. Lars Stensö, a ‘High Fidelity’ easy chair, a unique edition for Woodstockholm, Sweden 2012. Sides in stained birch plywood, armrests in smoaked oak, seat and back in brown textile, marked with label and signed: High Fidelity FÅTÖLJ 1/1 LARS STENSÖ 2012 LS, height 70 cm. Exhibitions: Market Art Fair, Stockholm 2018. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

45. Nick Ross, a unique ‘Last of the Free Chair (Artefact #12)’, Scotland 2018. Hand carved ‘Corsehill’ sandstone, the sides with relief decor, signed Nick Ross 2018, height 70 cm. Exhibitions: Design Exhibition Scotland, Lyon & Turnbull Edinburgh, 2018. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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46. Jaime Hayon, a blue lacquered ‘Showtime’ multileg sideboard, BD Barcelona Design, Spain, post 2006. Three separate cabinets with two doors, altogether with twelve legs, two–divided glass top, interior with shelves. Length 300 cm, depth 52 cm, height 82 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

47. Hanna Hansdotter, a ‘Dripping print’ glass sculpture, The Glass Factory, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden 2018. Mould blown and silvered glass, signed Hanna Hansdotter 2018, height 53 cm.This is the original in an edition of 1+2 AP (Artist’s proof). Glassblower Björn Friborg + Mikael Jacobsson. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

48. Hanna Hansdotter, a ‘Tiffany print’ glass sculpture, The Glass Factory, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden 2018. Mould blown and silvered glass, signed Hanna Hansdotter 2018, height ca 51 cm. This is the original in an edition of 1+2 AP (Artist’s proof). Glassblower Björn Friborg + Mikael Jacobsson. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

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49. Henrik Thor–Larsen, an ‘Ovalia’ easy chair and ottoman, for Torlan AB, Sweden 1960–70’s. Fiberglass reinforced plastic, blue velvet uppholstery, speakers, aluminium base. Easy chair, height ca 130 cm, width ca 95 cm, depth ca 95 cm, ottoman, height 41 cm, diameter 59 cm. Literature: Andreas Siesing, ‘Svenska möbler: folkhemsform i ull, jakaranda, furu och bok, 1949–1970’, Atlantis, Stockholm, 2015, p. 303.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

50. Jonny Johansson, an upholstered sofa, ‘Studie No 4’, Acne Studios, O.H. Sjögren, Tranås, Sweden 2010. Length circa 330 cm, depth 40 cm, height 74 cm, seat height 38 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

51. Jonny Johansson, an upholstered easy chair, ‘Studie No 1’, Acne Studios by O.H. Sjögren, Tranås, Sweden. Width 94 cm, depth 155 cm, height 84 cm, seat height 44 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 948 – 1 423


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52. Jonny Johansson, an upholstered sofa, ‘Studie No 5’, Acne Studios by O.H. Sjögren, Tranås, Sweden 2010. Maker’s metal label. Length circa 260 cm, depth 128 cm, height 50 cm, seat height 34 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

53. Mats Theselius, a ‘Star’ easy chair for Källemo, Sweden 2009. Chromed steel, red mother of pearl imitation and red leather. Label marked: STAR Mats Theselius 2009 KÄLLEMO AB 230/360, height 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

54. Mats Theselius, a ‘Star’ easy chair for Källemo Sweden, 2009. Chromed steel, red mother of pearl imitation and red leather. Label marked: STAR Mats Theselius 2009 KÄLLEMO AB 229/360, höjd 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

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Bukowskis October 2018 55. Donald Baechler, Untitled Signed DB91 #11. Mixed media on paper 42 x 34.5 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

56. Astrid Sylwan, ‘October State of Mind’. Signed Astrid Sylwan and dated 2013 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 140 x 170 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

57. Richard Hambleton, ‘Marlboro Country’. Signed and dated –89 on verso. Oil on canvas 36 x 28 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Sweden.

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 58. Gabi Trinkaus, ‘Rethink’. Signed Trinkaus and dated 09. Collage and pins on panel 52.5 x 47.5 cm including frame. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. Bo Ahlstrand Collection, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

59. Lisa D Manner, ‘Landslide’. Signed Lisa Manner and dated 2008 on verso. Canvas 180 x 180 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Åklundh, Malmö. Acquired by the current owner in 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 45 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 269

60. Lars Lerin, ‘Skymnäshagen’. Signed in pencil Lars Lerin 1999. Watercolour on paper 57 x 66 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

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Bukowskis October 2018 61. Katrin Westman, ‘Portrait I’. Signed Katrin Westman and dated 2015 on verso. Oil on panel 122 x 81 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm, ‘Katrin Westman’, 17 November – 17 December 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

62. Kiki Smith, ‘Tongue in Ear’. Signed Kiki Smith and dated Dec 1983, 8/15 in pencil. Exhibitions: Another ex. from the same edition exhibited at The 8th Floor, New York ‘VOICE = SURVIVAL’, 15 June – 11 August 2017. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

63. Anders Knutsson, Untitled. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated 1981. Oil and wax on handmade paper 104 x 79 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 64. Jim Thorell, ‘Lions in the circus’. Executed in 2015. Acrylic on canvas 200 x 140 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

65. Matthias Bitzer, ‘Staring at the Sun’. Signed M. Bitzer 2006 on verso. Canvas 190 x 175 cm. Provenance: Galerie Iris Kadel, Karlsruhe. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385

66. Jockum Nordström, ‘Min vän / My friend’. Signed Jockum and dated 96. Pencil on paper 31.7 x 23.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. Literature: Annika Gunnarson (ed.), ‘Jockum Nordström, En pinne i skogen / A Stick in the Wood’, Moderna Museet, 2005, illustrated on fullpage. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

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67. Marie–Louise Ekman, En Picasso–dam möter en brakskit–gubbe/A Picasso–Lady Meets a Bubble Fart–Head Man. Signed M.L De Geer Bergenstråhle and dated 1976. Gouache and watercolour on silk 81 x 68 cm. (d) Estimate: 125 000 – 150 000 SEK / 11 792 – 14 151 EUR


Andreas Eriksson Andreas Eriksson’s major breakthrough came when he represented Sweden at the Venice Biennale in 2011. Here he chose to emphasise the interplay between outside and in, nature and architecture, by having the existing thick tree trunks in the centre of the pavilion interact with the paintings and the small bronze sculptures repre– senting molehills and dead birds placed around the floor. Since then, Andreas Eriksson has been in constant demand for exhibitions in Sweden and abroad. His first institutional solo exhibition was at Bonniers Konsthall in spring 2014. It was a critical success and went on to tour Trondheim Kunstmuseum in Norway, Centre PasquArt in Switzerland and Iceland’s Reykjavik Art Museum. In Stockholm Eriksson’s vast painting ‘Stenbrottet’ takes pride of place in the entrance of the city’s new hospital Nya Karolinska Solna (NKS). Measuring 11 x 6.5 meters,

the work is mounted on the end of a huge lift shaft that runs through the centre of the building. Andreas Eriksson was admitted to Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Art at the age of 18 (1993). On graduating, he went to live in Berlin, where his career blossomed, including working as an assistant for artists Olav Christopher Jenssen and Tobias Rehberger. The sudden onset of a sensitivity to electricity forced him to make radical changes to his life, moving to the countryside near Kinnekulle in Western Sweden, but this has not hindered his international career. If anything demand for his work has only increased. 70. Andreas Eriksson, Landskap utan titel. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated 2013 Medelpana on verso. Oil on canvas 75 x 65 cm. (d) Estimate: 150 000 – 200 000 SEK / 14 151 – 18 868 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 67. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘En Picasso–dam möter en brakskit–gubbe’ /‘A Picasso–Lady Meets a Bubble Fart–Head Man’. Signed M.L De Geer Bergenstråhle and dated 1976. Gouache and watercolour on silk 81 x 68 cm. Exhibitions: Galleri Heland, Stockholm, solo exhibition, 1976. Literature: Maria Lind (ed.), ‘Marie–Louise Ekman’, 1998, illustrated on p. 13. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

68. Alfred Boman, ‘Space Bars’. Signed Alfred Boman and dated 2012 on verso. Glue emulsion, enamel varnish and spray paint on canvas, wooden artist frame 118 x 91 cm. Provenance: Carl Kostyál, Stockholm/London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

69. Tomas Lundgren, ‘Divergent I, II, III’. Triptych. All three parts signed Tomas Lundgren and dated 2014 on verso. Canvas 41 x 33 cm per part. Exhibitions: Moderna Museet, Malmö, ‘Fredrik Roos Stipendium 2014: Tomas Lundgren’, 29 March – 20 April 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641


Bukowskis October 2018 70. Andreas Eriksson, ‘Landskap utan titel’. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated 2013 Medelpana on verso. Oil on canvas 75 x 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

71. Bernar Venet, ‘Arcs in Disorder: 83.5 Arc x 14’. Patinated steel. Numbered 7/30. Executed in 2006. Height 17.5 cm, length 94 cm, width 31 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385

72. Patrik Andiné, ‘Passion’. Signed Patrik Andiné and dated 2012 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 140 x 190 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

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Niki de Saint Phalle “Niki de Saint Phalle loves myths. She invents them without preoc– cupying herself with art history or popular traditions, without having studied the civilizations which invented the symbols to try and understand their enigmas. She doesn’t depend on knowledge, but relies on her independence. Niki de Saint Phalle has been vigilant her whole life to preserve what is her strength: her freedom.” Pontus Hultén’s words in the exhibition catalogue Niki de Saint Phalle. In this auction we have two unique sculptures by Niki de Saint Phalle from Pontus Hultén and Anna–Lena Wibom’s private collection. Hultén and Wibom were Stockholm’s ‘power couple’, Hultén as head of the newly opened Moderna Museet and Wibom responsible for the highly successful Moderna Museet Film Studio. They were both personal friends of Niki de Saint Phalle, who they came to know via Jean Tinguely. The sculptures being auctioned are unique pieces. Saint Phalle created several different versions of ‘Les Amoureux’ while ‘La Main Gauche’ is probably a study. Besides de Saint Phalle’s ‘Nanas’ the hand is also a common object in her art. The exhibition ‘HON–en katedral’ (SHE–a cathedral) shown at Moderna Museet in 1966 displayed the ultimate Nana, a monumental lying figure created by Saint Phalle with Jean Tinguely and P O Ultvedt. HON was a symbol of the independent ‘Nana’, a cathedral that contained an entire exhibition space. Saint Phalle was responsible for the exterior and the other two for the interior. The public walked into the womb of this giant woman more than 20 metres long and found themselves in a fantastic world containing a cinema, a bar, a slide and various moving sculptures. Today, a group of monumental Nana sculptures entitled ‘Le Paradise Fantastique’ in French and ‘Enchanted Garden’ in English stands

outside Moderna Museet. The work was created for the Universal Expo Fair in Montréal and was then donated to the museum. Niki de Saint Phalle’s Nana sculptures appeared for the first time in 1964 inspired by her pregnant friend Clarice Rivers. Initially the sculptures were made from yarn, papier mâché and steel wire, but later Saint Phalle created them in polyester. The curvy, colourful female figures are happy, liberated god–like women, presaging a new, matriarchal era. Saint Phalle also created several Nanas painted in black and white, as a reaction to the civil rights movement in the USA, expressing the artist’s opinion that all women, irrespective of colour, are goddesses. “Through her spontaneous force she can create beauty. Like a goddess of nature, with a totally convincing strength. The best portraits of Niki de Saint Phalle are found in her sculptures, her drawings and her writings. She is an expressionist artist in the sense that there is little distance between herself and her work. Relations are intuitive rather than meditative or reflective; more emotional than critical or analytical. One can say without irony, she realizes herself in her work.” Pontus Hultén. He continues: “The originality of her work comes directly from her personality. This simplicity, this lack of sophistication which is implied by her work, is in reality a true sophistication, not at all superficial and conventional, but profoundly original.” Pontus Hultén in the exhibition catalogue Niki de Saint Phalle. 74. Niki De Saint Phalle, Les Amoureux. Stamped signature Niki. Painted polyester. Height 43, width 40 cm, depth 20 cm. Unique. Including case in acrylic glass, height 63, width 42, depth 37 cm. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 75 472 – 94 340 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 73. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Dam med tre kroppar, två speglar och en utgång’. Signed M.L Ekman and dated 2008. Canvas 50 x 70 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

74. Niki de Saint Phalle, ‘Les Amoureux’. Stamped signature Niki. Painted polyester. Height 43, width 40 cm, depth 20 cm. Unique. Including case in acrylic glass, height 63, width 42, depth 37 cm. Provenance: The Pontus Hultén and Anna–Lena Wibom collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 75 901 – 94 876

75. Anders Knutsson, Untitled. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated 1981. Oil and wax on handmade paper 79 x 103 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 76. Per Olof Ultvedt, ‘Relief’. Signed P.O. Ultvedt and dated –58 on verso. Painted wooden relief 90 x 52 x 7 cm. Provenance: The artist’s family. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Nutida & Fotografi’, 15 May 2013. Exhibitions: Bokkonsum, Stockholm, 1958. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

77. Robert Therrien, Untitled. Signed R.T. and dated 1980 on verso. Tempera on paper mounted to cardboard 53 x 55 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

78. Jesús Rafael Soto, ‘Sotomagie’. Panel, acrylic glass and metal. Height 50 cm, length 50 cm, width 25 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist in connection to the exhibition ‘Rörelse ikonsten (Movement in Art)’ at Moderna Museet, Stockholm in 1961.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 79. Nathalie Djurberg, ‘Hardcore’. Signed Nathalie Djurberg. Executed in 2002. Animated film, DVD, 7:46 min. Edition 3/3. Total edition 3+2 AP Provenance: Zach Feuer Gallery, New York. Exhibitions: Gallery F15, Moss, ‘Malmö’, 2002. Galleri Konstakuten, Stockholm, ‘Nordic Hell’, 2002. Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, ‘Old Habits Die Hard. 50 Videos Selected by 50 Artist Run Spaces and Collectives’, 2003. Kristinehamns Konstmuseum, ‘P.S. Stands for Projekt Space’, 2004. Gallery Korridor, Reykjavik, 2004. Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö, ‘Malmö Art Academy Celebrates its 10th Anniversary’, 2005. Second Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art, Moskva, ‘Geopolitics, Market and Amnesia, Saloon Project’, 2007. Literature: Germano Celant, ‘Nathalie Djurberg: Turn Into Me’, 2008, illustrated on page 136. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

80. A.R Penck, ‘La Serpent à Plumes / Gefiederte Schlange’. Signed A.R. Penck. Numbered 2/9. Foundry mark Schmärke Düsseldorf. The motif from 1985. Bronze, dark patina. Height 31 cm (including wood base 48.5 cm), length 63 cm, width 5 cm. Provenance: Galerie Michael Werner, Cologne. Private collection, Stockholm. Acquired by the owner from above gallery. Exhibitions: Les Musées de la Ville de Paris, no. 7/9. Galerie Lelong, Paris. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 859

81. Siri Berg, ‘Kabala’. Signed Siri Berg and dated 84 on verso. Oil on canvas 76 x 76 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692


Bukowskis October 2018 82. Anders Knutsson, ‘#4’. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated 1979 on verso. Oil and wax on canvas 131 x 183 cm. Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

83. Martin Kippenberger, ‘Untitled (Hotel Chelsea)’. From the series ‘Hotel Drawings’. Signed M.K and dated –90. Oil crayon and pastel on paper 29.5 x 21 cm. Provenance: Galleri Nordanstad – Skarstedt, Stockholm. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Contemporary’, 6 December 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

84. Veronica Brovall, ‘Motherfucker 1’. Executed in 2011. Glazed ceramic. Height 44 cm, width 40 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

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Dick Bengtsson The suite ‘Oktoberceremonin I–IV’ was part of Dick Bengtsson’s first solo exhibition held at Galleri Observatorium in Stockholm in 1963. The exhibition comprised eight paintings in total and ‘Oktoberceremonin IV’ has been owned by the same family since it was purchased on 14 November 1963. Two sheets of paper, the gallery’s description and list of the artist’s works, are glued to the back of the painting. Regarding The suite ‘Oktoberceremonien I–IV’, these state: “It exemplifies a transition from a distinct and almost pedantically drawn figurative style in a small format to a looser style on a larger scale in which the subject has sunk into the background and been rendered abstract as barely distinguishable shapes, where the external form attracts attention due to the ostentatiously beautiful execution. There is no aggression or social pathos in this painting, merely a kind of meditative atmosphere in a still and anonymous world in which the figures stand in a mysterious sense of community with each other. This is a subjective painting, far removed from the ‘eternal truth of absolutism’.” Dick Bengtsson’s debut exhibition at Galleri Observatorium attracted a great deal of attention in Sweden’s two major national papers, Dagens Nyheter and Svenska Dagbladet, and the Stockholm paper Stockholms–Tidningen. Svenska Dagbladet journalist Stig Johansson’s review bears the title ‘A self–willed debutant’ and continues: “In ‘Oktoberceremonin’, a suite of four extremely refined paintings, the joy of painting, the desire to play with the colour materials to produce a beautiful surface led him

away from the clear to the vague and unclear. But this is a lack of clarity that has meaning. The unclear becomes ambiguous and poetically expressive. The faces, bodies, objects, everything is enveloped in skies of beautiful colour, transformed but never hidden, only glimpsed in suggestive light from rents in the mass of colour and specks of blue sky shining through the ragged clouds.” When faced with a work by Dick Bengtsson, one is never truly certain of the meaning of the different components. His art is filled with mystery and asks more questions than it answers. In his multifaceted world, the observer is forced to challenge their values and paths of association, it demands their full attention. It is difficult to distinguish between truth and imagination and he himself has described his paintings as a form of falsification of reality. His artist colleagues admired Bengtsson’s painting and a circle of collectors and museum curators recognised his greatness during his short life, in which he was said to be an ‘artist’s artist”. Constantly today we see clear traces of Dick Bengtsson’s influence in Swedish contemporary art.

85. Dick Bengtsson, Oktoberceremonin IV. Signed Dick Bengtsson and dated 63 on verso. Oil on panel 116 x 89 cm. (d) Estimate: 280 000 – 300 000 SEK / 26 415 – 28 302 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 85. Dick Bengtsson, ‘Oktoberceremonin IV’. Signed Dick Bengtsson and dated 63 on verso. Oil on panel 116 x 89 cm. Provenance: Galleri Observatorium, Stockholm, 14/11 1963. Exhibitions: Galleri Observatorium, Stockholm, 1963. Moderna Museet, Stockholm, ‘Dick Bengtsson’, 22 January – 30 April 2006. Literature: Mårten Castenfors (ed.), ‘Dick Bengtsson’, SAK, 2005, illustrated on p. 122. (d)

Estimate: SEK 280 000 – 300 000 / EUR 26 565 – 28 462

86. Elis Eriksson, Untitled. Signed Elis and dated 77. Canvas 16 x 16 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

87. Joseph Beuys, ‘Objekt zum Schmieren und Drehen’. Signed Joseph Beuys and numbered 98/100. Executed in 1972. Tin can, lubrication grease, screwdriver, oil paint and glass box with wooden frames. Height 19.5 cm, length 29.1 cm and depth 17.1 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487


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88. Ola Billgren, ‘Bartender’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated 2000 on verso. Oil on canvas 124 x 100 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Denmark. Exhibitions: ‘Ola Billgren – Maleri Fotogravure’, Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen, September – October 2000. (d)

Estimate: SEK 400 000 – 500 000 / EUR 37 950 – 47 438

89. Elis Eriksson, ‘nr 27 ’åsådeblå…‘ ’. Signed ee. and dated April 63. Mixed media 35.5 x 15.5 x 5 cm. Provenance: Gift from the artist to Gösta Lilja. Former director of Norrköpings Konstmuseum and Liljevalchs konsthall. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

90. Sten Eklund, ‘Stenarna i muren II’. Signed SE and dated –99. Gouache on paper 23 x 18 cm. Provenance: Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm. Private collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm, ‘Sten Eklund – nya verk’, 2000. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


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Bukowskis October 2018 91. Lars Lerin, ‘Hemtrakter’. Signed Lars Lerin in pencil. Watercolour on multiple sheets of paper. Image size 97 x 76 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

92. Jockum Nordström, ‘Prodigy’. Signed Jockum and dated 97. Mixed media, collage on paper 33 x 24.5 cm. Exhibitions: Norrköpings Konsthall, ‘Rock’n’ Roll Vol. I’, 27 January – 13 May 2007. Sörlandets Konstmuseum, Kristiansand, ‘Rock’n’ Roll Vol. I’, 30 June – 9 September 2007. Literature: SWE Reklambyrå, ‘Vem bryr sig.’, 2006. Reproduced in colour, image no 51. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

93. Linn Fernström, ‘Livfiskelina’. Signed and dated 2008 on verso. Pencil on paper 65 x 50 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Linn Fernström’, 30 August – 28 September 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 94. Anders Widoff, ‘Utan titel (Grammatik): 9’. Signed Anders Widoff and dated 1994 on verso. Oil on canvas 76 x 62 cm. Provenance: Galleri Christian Larsen, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

95. Anders Knutsson, Untitled. Signed Anders Knutsson and dated 1981. Oil and wax on handmade paper 79 x 104 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

96. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 2012. Mixed media on canvas 61 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

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Bukowskis October 2018 97. Niki de Saint Phalle, ‘La Main Gauche’. Painted polyester. Height 7,5 cm, length 47 cm, width 27 cm. Unique. Provenance: The Pontus Hultén and Anna–Lena Wibom collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

98. Per Olof Ultvedt, ‘Krängande rymd’. Signed P. O. Ultvedt and dated 1961. Moving object, oil on wood, motor. Ca 85 x 85 cm. Provenance: Probably bought at Galleri Samlaren 1961. Uppsala Auktionskammare, 5 December 2012, cat no 687. Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm. Private collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Samlaren, Stockholm, 1961. Literature: Claes Eriksson & P.O. Ultvedt, exhibition catalogue, ‘Tvivel och övermod: arbeten från 1945 till 1988’, Malmö Konsthall, 27 August – 16 October 1988, illustrated on p. 23. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

99. Elis Eriksson, ‘Pavan’. Executed in 1968. Folded silkscreen mounted by the artist, frame painted by the artist, 21.4 x 29.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795


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100. Sten Eklund, ‘Som ett ekorrhjul’. Signed Sten Eklund and dated 1967 on verso. Moving object, wood, oil, motor, 56 x 77 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Västergötland. Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm. Private collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm, 1997 (illustrated on the invitation card). Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm, 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

102. Elis Eriksson, ‘Pavan’. Executed in 1968. Folded silkscreen mounted by the artist, frame painted by the artist, 22 x 47.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 103. Austin Lee, ‘Grimace’. Signed ALee on verso. Canvas 38 x 30.5 cm. Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

104. Pauliina Pietilä, ‘Klädaffär’. Signed Pauliina Pietilä and dated 2012 on verso. Oil on canvas 116 x 155 cm. Exhibitions: Vargåkra Gård Konsthall & Galleri, 2012. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

105. Grear Patterson, ‘Hiding in the sand with Liza’. Mixed media (tarpaulin and WW2 dyed canvas). 118 x 252 cm. Estimate: SEK 90 000 – 100 000 / EUR 8 538 – 9 487


Bukowskis October 2018 106. Siri Berg, ‘Kabala’. Signed Siri Berg and dated 85 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 76 x 76 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

107. Ann Edholm, ‘Pantheon’. Signed Ann Edholm and dated 2008 on verso. Canvas 262 x 232 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 175 000 / EUR 14 231 – 16 603

108. Jorge Pardo, ‘Baby Blue’. Executed in 1998. Silkscreen and Dacron polyester 300 x 260 cm, each 100 x 65 cm (total of 12). Provenance: Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne. An Important Scandinavian Collection Exhibitions: Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Jan 30 – Mar 14, 1998.

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

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Bukowskis October 2018 109. Hanna Lidén, ‘Black Hole Sun IV’. Executed in 2012. Latex paint and resin on canvas 51 x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Carlson, London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

110. Per Kirkeby, Untitled. Foundry mark LJ Cire perdue. Numbered 3/6. Bronze, dark patina, Height 12 cm, length 14 cm, depth 14 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

111. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed Peter Frie and dated 92 on verso. Panel 41 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 112. Lars Lerin, ‘Collage 1’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2014. Watercolour 73 x 84 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired 2015. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385

113. Fredrik Vaerslev, ‘Untitled (Garden Painting #11)’. Executed in 2011. House paint, rust and nails on pressure impregnated spruce and siberian larch frame mounted on steel, 140 x 78.5 x 29 cm. Provenance: Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

114. Gary Lang, ‘Plaid Painting’. Signed Gary Lang and dated 1985 on verso. Canvas 203 x 152 cm. Provenance: Annina Nosei Gallery, New York.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

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Bukowskis October 2018 115. Ola Billgren, ‘Parklandskap I’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –93 on verso. Canvas 124 x 145 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, ‘Modern + Contemporary & Design’, 2006. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Nutida’, November 2015. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 975 – 23 719

116. Lars Englund, ‘Pars pro toto’. Signed L. Englund and dated 1/10–78. Cintered steel, diameter 16.5 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

117. Alexander Klingspor, Untitled. Signed A. Klingspor. Probably executed in 2007. Oil on canvas 29 x 29 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner in 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 118. John–E Franzén, ‘Bromma–Texas’. Signed JEF och dated 1996–2001. Canvas 85 x 100.5 cm. Provenance: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 859

119. Pål Svensson, Untitled. Signed Pål Svensson and dated –04. Dark Labrador Granit. Height 228 cm, length 36 cm, width 35 cm. The piece is to be viewed at Bukowskis, Västberga allé 3, Hägersten. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

120. Magnus Larsson, ‘Untitled portrait I’. Signed Magnus Larsson and dated 2008 on verso. Oil on canvas 180 x 144 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

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Bukowskis October 2018 121. Martin Wickström, ‘So Chung Sang’. Signed Martin Wickström and dated 2007 on verso. Canvas 180 x 240 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm ‘Maraton’, October 2007. Skövde Konsthall, ‘Anita och havet’, 2008. Örebro Konsthall, ‘Anita och havet’, 2008. Eskilstuna Konstmuseum, ‘Anita och havet’, 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

122. Zhao JiFeng, ‘Rolling Panda’. Signed and dated 2008 on verso. Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

123. Hou Qing, ‘Red Lady’. Signed and dated 2013 on verso. Canvas 119 cm diameter. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 124. Johan Furåker, ‘The Gates to Vittoriale degli Italiani’. Signed Johan Furåker and dated –14 on verso. Panel 70 x 50 cm. Exhibitions: Galleri Ping–Pong, Malmö, ‘A Poet in Need of an Empire’, 22 February – 22 March 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

125. Vanna Bowles, Untitled. Signed Vanna Bowles and dated 2008 on verso. Mixed media and pencil 91 x 112 x 11 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

126. Jockum Nordström, ‘Allen Ginsberg och Charles Bukowski’. Signed Jockum and dated 97. Mixed media, collage on paper 26 x 22 cm. Literature: SWE Reklambyrå, ‘Vem bryr sig.’, 2006. Reproduced in colour, image no 52. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

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Yves Klein Yves Klein was born in 1928 and was one of the foremost figures in the Nouveau réalisme art movement. Today he is best remembered for his Klein–blue objects. In his far too short life, he was also a pioneer in performance art, the most subversive direction in art after cubism. One interpretation of what drove Klein was the ability to embrace and own everything that is beautiful. He conquered the azure–blue sky by simply stating that he had invented its colour, International Klein Blue (IKB), which he did in 1957. The consistent blue of IKB runs through his art work and he used it for several types of monochrome work in different materials. It was also used in several of his best–known series, including ‘Anthropometry’ in which naked women painted with pigment made impressions of their bodies on canvas. Klein’s claims were not ‘merely’ limited to the sky and the sea. He also re–invented works by great artists of the past. Yves Klein made a number of plaster versions of world–famous works, which he covered with his deep, matt, and unmistakable blue pigment, thus abolishing the boundaries between colour, sculpture, performance, time and space. His ‘La Vénus d'Alexandrie (Vénus Bleue)’ is one of his most popular and well– known works. It can almost be described as an appropriation of the Greek sculpture ‘Venus de Milo’ depicting the goddess called Aphrodite by the Greeks and Venus by the Romans. In 1970, Klein’s widow Rotraut Klein–Moquay and Jan Runnqvist at Galerie Bonnier decided to complete one of his projects and this edition of 300 was finally completed in 1982 and was presented for the first time at the opening of the Chicago Art Fair the same year. Another example of this edition is in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum in New York. 127. Yves Klein, "La Vénus d'Alexandrie (Vénus Bleue)". Blue pigment on plaster. Height 69 cm. Numbered 282/300 at the bottom of the sculpture and with the artist's star in relief. Also stamped "Vénus Bleue de Yves Klein. Exemplaire No 282/300. Éditions Galerie Bonnier, Genève. Réalisation Jean– Paul Ledeur – Paris", below base. Concieved in 1962 by Yves Klein and casted in 1982 by Galerie Bonnier, Geneva in cooperation with Jean–Paul Ledeur, Paris. Edition 300 + 50 HC. Certificate included in lot. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 75 472 – 94 340 EUR


Max Mikael Book ‘Cumulus’ was part of the renowned exhibition ‘Malstroem de Luxe’ in 2002. The suite of paintings with the same name gave rise to a nomination for the Carnegie Art Award 2002. Fourteen years later, it was shown at Max Book’s major retrospective at Waldemarsudde in Stockholm in 2016. A maelstrom is a natural phenomenon – beautiful and dangerous powerful whirlpools in the sea – that has always been surrounded by myths and legends. Lux is the Greek word for light. The artist sees the title as a kind of poetical abnormality. “A suggestive natural phenomenon, clad in a shimmering attire of beauty, luxury and destruction”. The other paintings in the suite depict decadent, luxurious environments overcast with a shimmering light in which the striving for luxury and glamour becomes a beautiful, degrading and dangerous force – the maelstrom. In her review of the ‘Malstroem de Luxe’ exhibition at Galleri Engström in 2002 Ingela Lind, DN, wrote: “After his depressing

spaces and apocalypses, Max Book – in middle age – now produces a literally dazzling exhibition about money, luxury and decadence. At first I can’t believe my eyes. But ‘Malstroem de Luxe’ gives the glitter the seductive gleam of destruction. There are rows of paintings of women, alloys blended from the fashion images of madonnas and whores. Marilyn naturally has a part to play, as does the skin of the canvasses, achieved through drip painting over manipulated computer images. Max Book has always been all about light. But ‘Malstroem de Luxe’ is a new step. The paintings suddenly glow with a delirious light. It has to do with the Greek lux – light, glitter, reflection – but also the infectiousness of madness.”

130. Max Mikael Book, Cumulus. From "Malstroem de Luxe". Signed Max Book and dated 2001 on verso. Canvas 118 x 202 cm. (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 250 000 SEK / 18 868 – 23 585 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 127. Yves Klein, ‘La Vénus d’Alexandrie (Vénus Bleue)’. Blue pigment on plaster. Height 69 cm. Numbered 282/300 at the bottom of the sculpture and with the artist's star in relief. Also stamped ‘Vénus Bleue de Yves Klein. Exemplaire No 282/300. Éditions Galerie Bonnier, Genève. Réalisation Jean-Paul Ledeur – Paris’, below base. Concieved in 1962 by Yves Klein and casted in 1982 by Galerie Bonnier, Geneva in cooperation with Jean–Paul Ledeur, Paris. Edition 300 + 50 HC. Certificate included in lot. Provenance: Galerie Bonnier, Genève. Private Collection, Sweden. Literature: P. Restany, ‘Yves Klein’, 1982, p. 204 (another example illustrated in color). Exhibition catalogue Museet for Samtidskunst Oslo, "Yves Klein’, 1997, p. 79, no. 66 (another example illustrated in color). J.–P. Ledeur, ‘Yves Klein: Catalogue Raisonné of Editions and Sculptures’, 2000, p. 234, no. S41 (another example illustrated in colour). N. Charlet, Yves Klein, Paris, 2000, p. 231 (another example illustrated in colour). Exhibition catalogue Musee d'art moderne et d'art contemporain de Nice, ‘Yves Klein, La Vie, la vie elle-même qui est l'art absolu’, 2000, p. 183 (another example illustrated in colour). (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 75 901 – 94 876

128. Fernandez Arman, ‘Cascade de pinceaux’. Signed Arman. Executed in 2005. Oil and paintbrushes on linen canvas mounted to panel. Edition of 70. Height 168, width 114.5 and depth 7.5 cm. The lot is registered in the Archives Denyse Durand-Ruel, archive no. 7705. Provenance: Atelier Desjobert, Paris. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 859 – 14 231

129. Fernandez Arman, ‘Jazzy Jaguar’. Signed Arman. Numbered 39/99. Dated 2004. Unclear foundry mark. Bronze, length 71 cm, height 53 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 130. Max Mikael Book, ‘Cumulus’. From ‘Malstroem de Luxe’. Signed Max Book and dated 2001 on verso. Canvas 118 x 202 cm. Provenance: Galleri Engström, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Engström, Stockholm, ‘Max Book, Malstroem de Luxe’, 6 April – 12 May 2002. Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm, ‘Max Book, Mata Hare’, 12 March – 29 May 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 975 – 23 719

131. Jockum Nordström, ‘Happy New Year’. Signed and dated Jockum 93 on verso. Canvas 81 x 112 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 175 000 / EUR 14 231 – 16 603

132. Jeff Olsson, ‘A Performance in the Wilderness’. Signed Jeff Olsson and dated 2008 on verso. Pencil and mixed media on paper 132 x 227 cm. Unframed. Provenance: Liljevalchs, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Liljevalchs, Stockholm, ‘Vårsalongen’, 2009. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538

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Bukowskis October 2018 133. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed P. Frie on verso. Canvas 190 x 150 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired by the current owner in 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

134. Alfred Boman, ‘Untitled’. Signed Alfred Boman and dated 2013 on verso. Acrylic, glue emulsion, enamel varnish and spray paint on canvas, wooden artist frame 118 x 91 cm. Provenance: Ibid Gallery, Los Angeles. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

135. Gunnel Wåhlstrand, Untitled. Signed Gunnel Wåhlstrand and dated 2002 on verso. Ink on paper laid down on canvas 115 x 108 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487


Bukowskis October 2018 136. Truls Melin, Untitled. Signed Truls Melin and dated 2004. Mixed media. Height ca 100 cm, width ca 75 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

137. Håkan Rehnberg, Untitled. Signed Håkan Rehnberg and dated 2000 on verso. Oil on acrylic glass 115 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

138. Ola Kolehmainen, ‘Blue 1–3 (Altar Piece)’. Indistinctly signed and dated 1999 on verso at one of the parts. Unique. Acrylic glass, fluorescent light. Height 130, width 15, depth 10 cm. Total measurements 130 x 170 cm. Provenance: An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

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Bukowskis October 2018 139. Jonathan Monk, ‘New York. No 1117’. Signed Jonathan Monk and dated 2000 on verso. Canvas 60 x 38.5 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

140. Jonathan Monk, ‘Los Angeles. No 1374’. Signed Jonathan Monk and dated 2000 on verso. Canvas 59 x 38.2 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

141. Jonathan Monk, ‘Casablanca. No 1672’. Signed Jonathan Monk and dated 2000 on verso. Canvas 59.4 x 37.6 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743


Bukowskis October 2018 142. Jonathan Monk, ‘Tunisia. No 787’. Signed Jonathan Monk and dated 2000 on verso. Canvas 59.1 x 38.8 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

143. Jonathan Monk, ‘Tenerife. No 88’. Signed Jonathan Monk and dated 2000 on verso. Canvas 60 x 38.2 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

144. Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, ‘Non–violence’. Signed CFR. Lacquered metal, height 104 cm, length 152 cm. Including a metallic base, height 100 cm, length 134 cm. Provenance: Acquired by the present owner at Galerie Altes Rathaus, Inzlingen, Germany ca year 1990. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 719 – 28 462

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Bukowskis October 2018 145. Maria Nordin, ‘Attempt to fit in a painting’. Executed in 2009. Watercolour on paper 107 x 79.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 45 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 269

146. Ola Billgren, ‘Klädnad I’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –90 on verso. Canvas 190 x 277 cm. Provenance: Gallery Göran Engström, Stockholm. Collection of Fredrik Roos, Stockholms Auktionsverk 2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 719 – 28 462

147. Håkan Rehnberg, Untitled. Signed Håkan Rehnberg and dated 2003 on verso. Oil on acrylic glass 115 x 100 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Bukowskis 2012. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590


Bukowskis October 2018 148. Sean Micka, ‘Parker Peak, Yosemite National Park, California, U.S. (Mineral Ore of Gold and Silver)’. Signed on strecher Sean Micka and dated 2013 and with title ‘Parker Peak’. Diptych, oil on canvas 249 x 91 cm, drawing– and plastic film. Provenance: Charlotte Lund Gallery, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

149. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 12. Mixed media on canvas 61 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

150. Lisa D Manner, ‘Pocket Parks III’. Reportedly signed Lisa D Manner and dated 2011 on verso. Triptych, oil on panel 14 x 40 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Åklundh, Malmö. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Nutida’ 2014. Literature: ‘Lisa D. Manner – Paintings’, Kalejdoskop förlag 2012, illustrated p. 102–103. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

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Maria Miesenberger “Born in Lund in Sweden in 1965, Maria Miesenberger, is seen as one of the biggest names in Scandinavian contemporary art of her generation. She has consistently explored the self, the body, the family and the different stages and conditions of life, drawing on her close family and relatives for her role models. Maria Miesenberger is always physically present in the craftsmanship itself and her unique art is characterised by great intelligence and technical perfection.” The words are those of Hasse Persson in the catalogue for Maria Miesenberger’s solo exhibition at Strandverket in 2013. The suite of sculptures ‘Stilla rörelse/Standing Motion’ were first shown at the Lars Bohman Gallery in 2013. As in many of Miesenberger’s sculptures, this suite also incorporates a relief pattern. They are camouflaged by the nerves of the cornea, protecting the innocent creatures from the gaze of their surroundings. The sculptures are light in their form of expression and the soft language of design makes them hard to pin down, they don’t wait for us, they are already moving on. They move in front of the viewer and between each other. Children’s games and children’s relationship to the adult world remain as a tonal foundation in many of Miesenberger’s works and before the viewer has had time to blink, ‘Stilla rörelse/Standing Motion (landande/ landing)’ will already have softly and silently moved on to the next game. Maria Miesenberger made her breakthrough in the 1990s with a series of photographs based on pictures from her family’s photo album. The pictures have subsequently been shown around the world and Miesenberger is one of the artists who strongly and clearly worked on the personal and private sphere, and coped with the balancing act of transforming this into a shared resonance underlying each and every one of us – our own memories of images, scents, events and sounds from the unbounded realm of childhood. Miesenberger’s pictorial world exists on many different levels. It spans opposites such as present and past, dark and light, the individual and the collective, joy and sorrow. The artist is not interested in telling her own story. Instead she throws the question back at the observer – what is your history, what is your story, your experience? Her art is pervaded by a strong vein of curiosity paired with a large dose of humility. With the self and the individual as her starting point, she can pose highly and constantly relevant questions about what it actually means to be human. Miesenberger, educated at University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and at Parsons School of Design in New York, has since her debut in 1993 had more than 50 solo shows and participated in many more group shows all over Europe and USA. Miesenberger is represented in collections such as The Bonnier Group, The Moderna Museum, Malmö Art Museum and Norrköping Art Museum and in The Henry Buhl Collection in the USA.


152. Maria Miesenberger, Stilla rörelse/Standing motion (landande/landing). Signed MM and numbered 3/5. Executed in 2012. Stainless steel height 73, depth 88, width 54 cm. (d) Estimate: 500 000 – 700 000 SEK / 47 170 – 66 038 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 151. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 1991–2003. Watercolour on paper 101 x 151 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 603 – 18 975

152. Maria Miesenberger, ‘Stilla rörelse/Standing motion (landande/landing)’. Signed MM and numbered 3/5. Executed in 2012. Stainless steel height 73, depth 88, width 54 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Another example from this edition was exhibited at: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Maria Miesenberger 'Reflektioner / Reflections' ’, 12 January – 10 February 2013. Strandverket, Marstrand, ‘Maria Miesenberger / Prescence of Time’, 29 March – 9 June 2013. Literature: Maria Miesenberger e.a. ‘Maria Miesenberger, Prescence of Time’, 2013, exhibition catalogue, illustrated on p. 52. (d)

Estimate: SEK 500 000 – 700 000 / EUR 47 438 – 66 413

153. Cristian Andersen, Untitled. Mixed media, image 155 x 110 cm, including frame 171.5 x 124.5 cm. Provenance: Wentrup Gallery, Berlin. Private collection, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692


Bukowskis October 2018 154. Vitaly Pushnitsky, ‘Sky–I’. Signed and dated 2003. Canvas and fluorescent lamp, installation 257.3 x 291 cm. Provenance: Phillips de Pury & Company, London, ‘Contemporary Art’, Lot number 224, 18 Oct 2008. Private collection, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 975 – 23 719

155. Andreas Eriksson, ‘Bil passerar 2/3 2006 kl 21:07’ (Car passing 2/3 2006 at 9:07 pm). Signed Andreas Eriksson Medelplana 2006 on verso. Acrylic/dibond 200 x 153 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist. Exhibitions: Skövde Konsthall, ‘Cosimo’, 2 September – 15 October 2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 130 000 – 150 000 / EUR 12 333 – 14 231

156. Jake & Dinos Chapman, ‘Bring Me the Head of…’. Executed in 1994. Sculpture in fiberglass, wax, paint, wig, 24.8 x 33 cm. Numbered VHS 118/200 and DVD included in lot. Provenance: An Important Scandinavian Collection. Exhibitions: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Literature: James Roberts, ‘Jake and Dinos Chapman: Ridinghouse Editions, London’, Frieze, issue 24, October 1995, pp. 68–9, reproduced p. 69 in colour. Martin Maloney, ‘The Chapman Bros.: When Will I be Famous’, Flash Art, issue 186, Jan./Feb.1996, pp. 64–7, reproduced p. 66 in colour. Unholy Libel: Six Feet Under, exhibition catalogue, Gagosian Gallery, New York 1997, reproduced figs XXVIII and XXIX [pp. 118–9] in colour.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385

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Bukowskis October 2018 157. Martin Jacobson, ‘Inside the Diorama’. Executed in 2010. According to the gallery signed on verso. Ink on paper 113 x 164 cm. Including frame 143.7 x 193.3 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm, ‘Martin Jacobson’, October 07 – November 14, 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

158. Roger Metto, ‘Après ski’. Signed Roger Metto and dated 2006 on verso. Canvas 80 x 160 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

159. Ulrik Samuelson, Untitled. Signed Ulrik Samuelson and dated 1998 on verso. Canvas 100 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487


Bukowskis October 2018 160. Gary Hume. Signed Gary Hume and dated 1992 on verso. Mixed media on panel 59.4 x 42.8 cm. Provenance: An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

161. Wilhelm von Kröckert/Ernst Billgren, ‘Hastig utflyttning’. Monogram EB. Executed in 2015. Panel 90 x 125 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Wilhelm von Kröckert, Original Pictures’, 28 March – 3 May 2015. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, 2015, ‘Wilhelm von Kröckert, Orginalmålningar/Original Pictures’, illustrated p. 45. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

162. Rolf Hanson, Untitled. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2011 on verso. Oil on panel 99 x 120 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 975 – 23 719

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Bukowskis October 2018 163. Ylva Ogland, ‘Xenia med kniv och snidad ark med slipsten’ (‘Xenia with knife and carved box with grindstone’). Signed Ylva Ogland on verso and dated 2009. Oil on canvas 47 x 38 cm. Provenance: Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm. Literature: Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, ‘Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction’, Stockholm, 2015, illustrated p. 178. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

164. Clay Ketter, ‘Graham’s Chick’. Signed Clay Ketter and dated 2006. Mixed media on panel 126 x 128 cm. Provenance: Brändström & Stene, Stockholm. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Nutida’ 15 May 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

165. Lars Englund, Untitled. Signed Lars Englund and dated –94. Paper 79 x 55 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Sylvan, Helsingborg. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 166. Cecilia Edefalk, ‘Näsa’. Signed Cecilia Edefalk and dated 1996 on verso. Canvas 60 x 40 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

167. Tommy Östmar, ‘Den yttersta dagen’. Signed Tommy Östmar on verso. Executed in 1970. Oil on canvas 221 x 143 cm. Provenance: Galerie Belle, Västerås. Exhibitions: Gallerie AE, Göteborg, 1973. Cheap Thrills, Helsingfors, 1973. Norrköpings museum, 1976. Skövde Konsthall, maj 1977. Galerie Belle, Västerås, utställning nr 121. Borås, 1984. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 175 000 / EUR 14 231 – 16 603

168. Truls Melin, ‘Drunknade sjömän’. Painted metal. Height 159, width 136, depth 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

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Vitaly Pushnitsky Vitaly Pushnitsky is one of Russia’s most established contemporary artists. Pushnitsky has persued an international career, with shows in USA, Europe and Russia.

traditions. One can say that his work is a continious time travel between present and past, but also a mixture of social–realism.

Vitaly Pushnitsky’s artistic work spand from paintings, installations, sculptures and drawings. The tondo shape is a central element in his practice, like in the auction’s ‘Sky–I’. The paintings often have a strong sacral connexion with influneces from the Russian iconic

154. Vitaly Pushnitsky, Sky–I. Signed and dated 2003. Canvas and fluorescent lamp, installation 257.3 x 291 cm (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 250 000 SEK / 18 868 – 23 585 EUR


Karin Mamma Andersson Karin Mamma Andersson has experimented with different materials and different painting techniques in different periods of her life as an artist. ‘Lillebror’ the painting being auctioned, which is painted in oil on metal, is one such example. The technique is derived from seventeenth–century paintings on copper plate. Mamma Andersson herself described metal as an exciting material to work with, giving the paintings a sharper expression in relation to the more traditional canvas, and allowing a different kind of sheen to emerge. In the painting ‘Lillebror’, we find two children, captured in the moment. Children are a frequent subject in Mamma Andersson’s paintings from the 1990s. Andersson adopted the middle name Mamma in the early 1990s towards the end of her studies at Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Art to distinguish her from an artist with the same name. The subjects of her paintings tend to be drawn from the environment in which Mamma Andersson was living at the time, and, as a mother, children were a very central element in her life during this period. She was largely surrounded by boys of this age and they thus became a recurring subject in her paintings, like the not infrequent landscape of Norrland and the graphic black and white birch trees. The children are often

depicted in movement, dancing or playing, but often enclosed in their own worlds. In ‘Lillebror’ we find the boys in a world of their own, in their own imaginations, building something they have invented. In the book ‘Mamma Andersson’ published in conjunction with the major exhibition at Moderna Museet in 2007, the artist herself describes this period of her life in a conversation with Lars Norén: “If you ask me to think about how I painted in the nineties, when I was still naive, which is very beautiful, incredibly blunt and with no smartness at all? Well there were a lot of children in almost all of my paintings then. I realise I was painting my situation, the only subject I had access to, the children and the place where we lived. I was, after all, the mother of two children and I was relating to them all the time.”

169. Karin Mamma Andersson, Lillebror. Signed Mamma Andersson and dated 1996 on verso. Oil on aluminum 100 x 100 cm. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 75 472 – 94 340 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 169. Karin Mamma Andersson, ‘Lillebror’. Signed Mamma Andersson and dated 1996 on verso. Oil on aluminum 100 x 100 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 75 901 – 94 876

170. Peter Frie, ‘Same time tomorrow no 3’. Signed Peter Frie and dated 2007. Oil on canvas 270 x 300 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 719 – 28 462


Bukowskis October 2018 171. Withdrawn 172. Ylva Ogland, ‘Tondo 36’. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2008. Object, round painting on canvas, mirror and candle. Height 40, width 37.5, depth 32 cm. Provenance: Art Basel, 4–8 June 2008, Galleri Brändström och Stene. Literature: Ylva Ogland (ed.), with texts by Jota Castro and Amy Smith-Stewart, ‘YlvaOgland - Tondo’, 2008, compare image page 105. Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, ‘Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction’, Stockholm, 2015, pictured p. 267. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

173. Ulrik Samuelson, Untitled. Signed Ulrik Samuelson and dated 1998 on verso. Canvas 98 x 98 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

174. Roj Friberg, ‘Stor kör’. Signed and dated –87. Chalk and light wood oil on panel 123 x 141 cm. Provenance: Kungsbacka Kulturhus. Exhibitions: Kungsbacka Kulturhus, ‘Roj Friberg’, 27 February – 20 March 1988. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

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175. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed P Frie on verso. Canvas 25 x 40 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

176. Rolf Hanson, ‘Sine Nomen’. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2012 on verso. Oil on panel 110 x 78 cm. Provenance: Galerie Proarte, Zürich. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

177. Roger Risberg, ‘Stormtrasan’. Signed Roger Risberg, signed with monogram and dated 1996 on verso. Canvas 46 x 55.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897


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178. Torsten Andersson, Untitled. Signed Torsten. Canvas mounted on panel 65 x 54 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

179. Eva Löfdahl, ‘Handikapp’. Signed Eva Löfdahl and dated 1982 on verso. Unframed canvas 80 x 25 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

180. Carl Hammoud, ‘Scriptorium’. Signed Carl Hammoud and dated 2012 on verso. Oil on canvas 61.5 x 81.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

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Bukowskis October 2018 181. Ola Billgren, ‘Dinu Lipatti’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –79 on verso. Canvas 133 x 131 cm. Provenance: Acquired from the artist. Exhibitions: Borås Musem Kulturhuset, 1979. Kalmar Konstmuseum. (d)

Estimate: SEK 400 000 – 500 000 / EUR 37 950 – 47 438

182. Barbro Bäckström, Untitled. Diptych. Fibreglass enforced plastic, 100 x 200 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

183. Ylva Ogland, ‘Falling Asleep, Canon with Lotus and Madonna with Child (the Cabinet)’. Signed Ylva Ogland and dated 2007 on verso. Oil on canvas 129 x 97 cm. Provenance: Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm. Literature: Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, ‘Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction’, Stockholm, 2015, illustrated p. 224. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385


Bukowskis October 2018 184. Christian Schmidt–Rasmussen. Signed and dated 1997 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 170 x 140 cm. Provenance: Nicolai Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 795 – 5 692

185. Lena Cronqvist, Finsk Tango / Dansande par. Signed L. Cronqvist. Canvas 43 x 38.5 cm. Provenance: Bukowskis, ‘Moderna Vårauktionen’, 2004. Stockholms Auktionsverk, ‘Contemporary Art’, 15 nov 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

186. Robert Terry, ‘Yellow Woods’. Signed Robert Terry and dated 2005 on verso. Oil on panel 51 x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 187. Anette Harboe Flensburg, ‘Framing the Boundless 6’. Signed and dated 2009–10 on verso. Oil on canvas 80 x 120.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Umeå. Exhibitions: Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Umeå, ‘Framing the Boundless’, 2 September – 8 October 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

188. Jan Håfström, ‘Skogsaltare’. Signed Jan H and executed in 1970. Painted plywood, artifical grass, plastic trees. Diptych. Per part: 36.7 x 25 x 9 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

189. Richard Stone, ‘Trophy’. Executed in 2012. Bronze and wax. Height 28.5 cm (including wood base 30.5 cm). Provenance: Kristin Hjellegjerde Arteco Gallery, London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 948 – 1 423


Bukowskis October 2018 190. Gerhard Nordström, ‘Mormors trädgård’. Signed G. Nordström and executed in 1995. Oil on panel, in two parts. Panels 160.5 x 143.5 cm and 160.5 x 122.5 cm. Total length 266 cm. Provenance: Galleri Doktor Glas, Stockholm, 1996. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

191. Martin Wickström, ‘Wat Bo Sunset’. Signed Martin Wickström and dated 2008 on verso. With dedication on verso. Oil on panel 40 x 53 cm. Provenance: Tuija Lindström Collection, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

192. Richard Stone, ‘The day will come’. Executed in 2012. Antique parian porcelain and wax. Height 31 cm. Provenance: Kristin Hjellegjerde Arteco Gallery, London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 948 – 1 423

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Bukowskis October 2018 193. Jacob Dahlgren, ‘Peinture abstraite (large) numéro cent cinq’. Signed Jacob Dahlgren and dated 2002 on verso. Panel 82 x 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

194. Roj Friberg, ‘Scenografisk bild’. Signed with monogram and dated –77. Pencil 118 x 143 cm. Literature: Lars Nygren, ‘Roj Friberg’, 2010, illustrated full page p. 39. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

195. Martin Jacobson, ‘Hus’. Executed in 2007. Ink on paper 70 x 100 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 196. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 2012. Mixed media 100 x 73 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

197. Carl Boutard, ‘Swarm of Nuts’. Unique. Bronze height 55.5 cm, width 23 cm, depth 26 cm, (base: height 6 cm, width 25 cm, depth 25 cm). Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

198. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 2012. Mixed media on canvas 73 x 60 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 199. Rolf Hanson, ‘Up, round and about the stairs in the Tana Pacho’. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2011. Mixed media on paper 105.5 x 75 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

200. Alfred Boman, ‘Kostas’. Signed Alfred Boman and dated 2015 on verso. Glue emulsion, enamel varnish, acrylic and spray–paint on canvas, wooden artist frame 115 x 89 cm. Provenance: Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

201. Sara–Vide Ericson, ‘Liar VII’. Signed S–V. E and dated 2010 on verso. Oil on canvas 150 x 130 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 202. Linnea Rygaard, ‘In the cold, cold night’. Signed Linnea Rygaard and dated 2016 on verso. Canvas 120 x 120 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

203. Julius Göthlin, Untitled. Signed JG and dated 2016 on verso. Canvas 150 x 130 cm. Provenance: Belenius/Nordenhake, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

204. Ola Pehrson, ‘winfile.exe’. Executed in 1987. Sculpture, wood, 34 x 26 x 26.5 cm (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

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Bukowskis October 2018 205. Ola Billgren, ‘Försvarsverk’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated ’89 on verso. Canvas 153 x 188 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. Exhibitions: Galerie Leger, Malmö, 1989. Östergötlands länsmuseum, Bohusläns museum, Bildmuseet i Umeå and Jönköpings läns museum/konstförening, ‘Landskap med torn’, 1994–1995. Literature: Östergötlands länsmuseums förlag, ‘Landskap med torn’, exhibition catalogue, 1986, illustrated p. 23. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 975 – 23 719

206. Roger Risberg, ‘Adam och Eva’. Signed RR. Executed ca 1989. Canvas 107 x 112.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Sweger, Stockholm. Galerie Bel’Art, Stockholm. Private collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Sweger 1990. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

207. Linn Fernström, ‘Prinsesslek’. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2003. Paper 29.5 x 41.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897


Bukowskis October 2018 208. Elis Eriksson, ‘årevaefterjafixatsu…’. Signed with dedication ‘ådevajusåkuldedärattsvenpkrängdedendärprylenjavisa ifönstret… 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 pillustrated p. 236. Fred Andersson, ‘Elis Eriksson – Ting och tecken’, 2007, mentioned and another version illustrated p. 90. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

209. Johan Thurfjell, ‘Yesterday’. Signed Johan Thurfjell and dated 2007. Unique item, mixed media in wood and foamboard with toy lighting, height 26.5 cm, length 32 cm. Wood base with plexiglass box, height 40 cm, length 44 cm, width 32 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 948 – 1 423

210. Fernandez Arman, ‘Ukulele’. Conceived in 2002. Signed Arman and numbered 61/99. Base dated 2012. Bronze. Height 44 cm. Height including stone base 49 cm. Edited by Art Multi, Paris. Archives Denyse Durand-Ruel, archive no 9651. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

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Bukowskis October 2018 211. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 2012. Mixed media on canvas 61 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

212. Magnus ‘Nug’ Gustafsson, Untitled. Signed NUG and dated 2012. Mixed media on canvas 61 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri 19, Oslo. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

213. Lars Tunbjörk, ‘Bank, Tokyo’, 1999. From the series ‘Kontor’. Signed Lars Tunbjörk and numbered 1/12 on verso. C–print, image 25.6 x 20.5 cm. Sheet 30 x 24 cm. Provenance: A gift from the photographer to the current owner. Literature: Lars Tunbjörk, ‘Office/Kontor/Ofisu’, 2002, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 214. Hans Gedda, ‘Andy Warhol’, 1976. Signed Hans Gedda. Edition 1/10. Gelatin silver print, image 90 x 90 cm. Literature: Hans Gedda, Magnus Olausson and Eva–Lena Karlsson, ‘Det tredje ögat’, Nationalmuseum 2013, illustrated on p. 65. Hans Gedda e.a, ‘Nuets ikoner’, 1987, illustrated on p. 38. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

215. Maria Friberg, ‘Still lives #3 edition’, 2004. Signed Maria Friberg and numbered 9/25 on verso. Printed in 2012. Edition 25 + 5 AP. C–Print, laminate, wood, image 48 x 70 cm (depth 4 cm). Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Conner Contemporary Art, Washington DC, ‘Still lives’, 2005 (another example exhibited). Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, ‘Library’ curator: Barry Rosenberg, 2005 (another example exhibited). Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Galleri 3, ‘Boys Are Us’, 2008 (another example exhibited). Abecita Konstmuseum, Borås, ‘Friberg & Hünttner’, 2008–09 (another example exhibited). Literature: Friberg (e.a), ‘Maria Friberg’, 2008, illustrated pl. 23. Friberg (e.a), ‘Maria Friberg’, 2005, illustrated pl. 2. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

216. Leila Jeffreys, ‘Pete Red–Tailed Black Cockatoo’, 2012. Signed Leila Jeffreys and numbered AP 1/2. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. C–print, image ca 117.5 x 91 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

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Bukowskis October 2018 217. Mikael Jansson, ‘Amber Valetta, New York Studio, 2000’. Signed Mikael Jansson and dated 2004 and numbered 2/3 on verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted to aluminum 80 x 80 cm. Provenance: Galleri Christian Larsen, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

218. Terry O’Neill, ‘Audrey Hepburn with dove, St Tropez, 1967’. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 42/50. Printed later. Total edition of 50 + 10 AP. Gelatin silver print, image 95 x 61.5 cm. Provenance: Iconic Images, London. Literature: Terry O’Neill, ‘Terry O’Neill; The A–Z of Fame’, 2013, illustrated p. 104 and on full–page p. 145. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

219. Horst P. Horst, ‘Around the clock I, NY, 1987’. Signed Horst P. Horst on verso. Also with embossed signature. Gelatin silver print, image 29 x 23 cm. Sheet 35.5 x 28 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: Kazmaier and Horst, ‘Sixty Years of Photography, London’, 1991, pl. 195 (titled ‘Advertisement for stockings, New York’). Horst, ‘Twin Palms’, 1992, illustrated p. 46. Jane Jackson, ‘Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection’, 2001, illustrated p. 129. Andy Cowan and Philippe Garner, ‘Horst: Platinum’, 2006, illustrated pl. 28. Horst, Altadena: Twin Palms, 1992, p. 46. Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection’, 2001, illustrated p. 129. Andy Cowan and Philippe Garner, ‘Horst: Platinum’, 2006, illustrated pl. 28 (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538


Bukowskis October 2018 220. Horst P. Horst, ‘Mainbocher Corset, Paris, 1939. Signed Horst P. Horst on verso. Also with embossed signature. Gelatin silver print, image 56 x 41 cm. Sheet 61 x 49.3 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York. Literature: Vogue Magazine America, 15 September 1939. Vogue Magazine France, December 1939. Kazmaie and Horst, ‘Sixty Years of Photography’, pl. 8.Hall–Duncan, ‘The History of Fashion Photography’, p. 65. Jane Jackson, ‘Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection’, 2001, illustrated p. 192. Muir, ‘Vogue 100: A Century of Style’, p. 78. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

221. Albert Watson, ‘Keith Richards, New York City, 1998’. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 8/10 on label verso. Archival pigment print, image 121.5 x 91 cm. Provenance: Albert M. Watson Photography Inc., New York. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

222. Terry O’Neill, ‘Faye Dunaway, Hollywood, 1977’. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 26/50. Total edition of 50 + 10 AP. C–Print, image 66 x 66 cm. Provenance: Photographers Gallery, Los Angeles. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

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Bukowskis October 2018 223. Jacob Felländer, From the series ‘Big Sur’, 2006. Signed Jacob Felländer and numbered 1/5 on verso. C–print silicone mounted to acrylic glass 80 x 156 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

224. Nick Brandt, ‘Elephants Resting, Amboseli, 2007’. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered 24/25. Total edition of 25 + 3 AP. Archival pigment print, image 38 x 80 cm. Literature: Nick Brandt, ‘On this Earth. A Shadow Falls’, 2010, illustrated on spread p. 120–121. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

225. Pennie Smith, ‘Joe Strummer’, 1980. Signed Pennie Smith. Presumably unique. Gelatin silver print, image 19.5 x 29 cm. Provenance: SNAP Galleries, Leamington, UK. Literature: ‘The Clash; Before and After. Photographs by Pennie Smith’, 1980, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 707 – 1 897


Bukowskis October 2018 226. Saul Leiter, ‘Snow’, 1960. Signed Saul Leiter on verso. Printed later. Chromogenic print, image 34.3 x 23 cm. Sheet 35.5 x 28 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York. Literature: Max Kozloff and Saul Leiter, ‘Saul Leiter’, 2009, illustrated on the cover.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

227. Leee Black Childers, ‘Johnny Rotten’, 1976. Signed Lee Black Childers and dated 2001. Gelatin silver print, image 48 x 32.5 cm. Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 707 – 1 897

228. David LaChapelle, ‘Negative Currency: Hundred Dollar Bill Used As Negative’, 1990 – 2008. Signed David LaChapelle and numbered 3/5 on label on verso. Chromogenic print mounted to acrylic glass and framed, image 75 x 178 cm. Provenance: Wolfgang Roth & Partners, Fine Art, Miami, Florida.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 275 000 / EUR 23 719 – 26 091

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Vik Muniz ‘The Scream’. An iconic, globally famous series of works produced in 1883–1910 by Norwegian expressionist Edward Munch. A natural subject for contemporary Brazilian artist Vik Muniz to tackle.

The pictures were selected by MoMa and shown there in the ‘New Photography’ exhibition in 1997, so kickstarting Muniz’ career as an internationally famous photographer.

Muniz (born in 1961) recreates well–known works from art history in wildly differing materials. He uses everyday products such as peanut butter, chocolate sauce, sequins, sugar, pigments, tomato sauce, diamonds and rubbish to reconstruct these art works. His extremely time–consuming and detailed work is then immortalised by the camera, creating beautiful photographs, often monumental in size. His pictures play with our perceptions and he himself terms them ‘photographic delusions’. What the viewer first perceives as depictions of existing works of art prove on closer inspection to be innovative interpretations of subjects from our shared image bank. Vik Muniz has produced versions of for example Gustave Klimt’s ‘The Kiss’, Andy Warhol’s ‘Electric Chair’, Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’ and Jasper John’s ‘Flag’.

Muniz currently has a major retrospective exhibition of more than 100 photographs at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Atlanta and a solo exhibition at the Xippas Gallery in Paris, where ‘Vik Muniz: Handmade’ is running from 8 September to 20 October. In the past 2 decades Muniz has held several major exhibitions around the world every year. He is represented in the most prestigious collections including MOCA Los Angeles, the Paul Getty Museum, Museu de Arte Moderna in Sao Paulo, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Centre Pompidou, Paris, and MoMa NY.

Having drawn since childhood and worked with photography since the 1980s, the idea of what has now become his signature was born on a visit to the West Indian island of Saint Kitts as a young artist in 1996. There he took polaroid photos of some families on a sugar plantation. The portraits highlighted the marked difference between the radiant faces of the children and the crumpled bodies of the adults. Once he realised that the differences could be linked to the way sugar and the entire way of life working on the plantation breaks people down, he realised that their portraits had to be created out of sugar. He used the glittering sugar crystals to make the portraits of the children on black paper and then photographed the result.

In his homeland of Brazil, Vik Muniz is well–known and popular. He has launched and made donations to a number of social projects, mainly in Rio de Janeiro, which provide education and training for the city’s poorest and most vulnerable children. His documentary ‘Wasteland’ (2010) was nominated for an Academy Award and won The Sundance Film Festival Audience Award for best film. In 2011 he was appointed UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and in 2013 he received The Crystal Award from the World Economic Forum for his social work. 234. Vik Muniz, The Scream, after Edvard Munch from Pictures of Pigment, 2006, (detail). Signed Vik Muniz and dated 2006 on a gallery label affixed to the back of the frame. Edition 2/6. Chromogenic print, image 230 x 180 cm. (d) Estimate: 700 000 – 800 000 SEK / 66 038 – 75 472 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 229. Anton Corbijn, ‘22:U2’, 1982–2003. Portfolio with 22+1 photos of U2, released in 2004. Each photograph signed and numbered 9/22 on verso and also on the mount. Gelatin silver print and C–print, images 24 x 35.5 cm and 13 x 35.5 cm. Box 53.5 x 47 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

230. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘Comme des Garcons’, 2004. Signed Dawid and numbered 9/10 on verso. Pigment print, image 99 x 79 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

231. Albert Watson, ‘15 North, Exit 25, Las Vegas, 2001’. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 5/10 on label verso. Archival pigment print, image 70 x 163 cm. Sheet 90 x 181 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 385


Bukowskis October 2018 232. Blaise Reutersward, ‘PD1504’, 2015. Signed Blaise Reuterswärd on label verso. Edition 3/5 + 2 AP. C–print diasec mounted and framed, 180 x 230 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

233. Nick Brandt, ‘Cheetah Standing on Rock, Serengeti, 2007’. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered 11/25. Total editioin of 25 + 3 AP. Archival pigment print, image 52 x 51 cm. Literature: Nick Brandt, ‘On this Earth. A Shadow Falls’, 2010, illustrated on fullpage p. 136. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

234. Vik Muniz, ‘The Scream, after Edvard Munch from Pictures of Pigment’, 2006. Signed Vik Muniz and dated 2006 on a gallery label affixed to the back of the frame. Edition 2/6 + 4 AP. Chromogenic print, image 230 x 180 cm. Provenance: Galerie Xippas, Paris. An Important Scandinavian Collection. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Galerie Xippas, Paris, ‘Pictures of Pigment’, 10 June – 29 July 2006. Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Norge, ‘Oh My God!’, group exhibition 2007. Literature: Pedro Correa do Lago, ‘Vik Muniz; Obra Completa 1987–2009’, 2009, illustrated on p. 597. Pedro Correa Do Lago and Vik Muniz, ‘Vik Muniz. Everything so far; Catalogue raisonne 1987–2015’, 2016, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 700 000 – 800 000 / EUR 66 413 – 75 901

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Bukowskis October 2018 235. Herb Ritts, ‘Andie McDowell in Hawaii’, 1984. Signed Herb Ritts and dated 1984 and numbered 10/25 on verso. Also embossed signatur Herb Ritts copyright. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, image 48.3 x 38.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Staley–Wise Gallery, New York. Acquired by the current owner in 1989 a copy of the original receipt included in lot.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

236. Albert Watson, ‘Naomi Campbell, Marrakech, 1998’. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 4/10 on label verso. Archival pigment print, image 117 x 83 cm. Provenance: Albert M. Watson Photography Inc., New York. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

237. Helene Schmitz, ‘The Doorway’, 1994. Signed Helene Schmitz and dated 2014 and numbered 1/3 on label verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 120 x 173 cm. Literature: Galerie Aronowitsch, exhibition catalogue, 1996, compare images. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487


Bukowskis October 2018 238. Helena Blomqvist, ‘Insomniac’, 2013. Signed Helena Blomqvist and numbered AP 1 on verso frame. C–print, image 83 x 110 cm. 104 x 132 cm including frame. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, ‘Florentine’, 2016, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

239. Maria Friberg, ‘Belonging II’, 2010. Signed Maria Friberg and dated 15 April 2011 and numbered 2/25 on label verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 69 x 95 cm. Provenance: Fotografiska Galleriet, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

240. Tuija Lindström, ‘Do you love me’, 1987. Signed Tuija Lindström. Pigment print, image 50 x 50 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer. Literature: Hasselblad Center, ‘A Dream If Ever There Was One, Tuija Lindström’, exhibition catalogue, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

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241. Tuija Lindström, Torso, 1983. Signed Tuija Lindström. Printed in 1990. From FC Edition (Fotograficentrum) 1991. Edition of 13. Gelatin silver print, image 27 x 27 cm. Sheet 30.2 x 29.7 cm. (d) Estimate: 12 000 – 15 000 SEK / 1 132 – 1 415 EUR

243. Tuija Lindström, Mirja, 1982. Signed Tuija Lindström on verso. Bears copyrightstamp on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 27.5 x 21.5 cm. Sheet 28 x 22.5 cm. (d) Estimate: 10 000 – 12 000 SEK / 1 132 – 1 415 EUR

Tuija Lindström It is now almost a year since the death of Tuija Lindström in December 2017. She left behind iconic pictures and a lasting impression on Swedish photography. Her work as a photographer, teacher and professor largely paved the way for the impact of conceptual photography in Swedish contemporary photography. In 1992–2001 Tuija Lindström was professor of the Fotohögskolan, now the Högskolan för Fotografi vid Akademin Valand, part of the University of Gothenburg. She was the first woman to hold the post and in her ten years as a professor, the course changed, the artistic level was raised and it became a clearly theoretical training with courses in art history and feminist theory. During her time there, the perspective also expanded internationally and a number of critics, artists and philosophers came to give guest lectures. At the time, there was criticism of this change in training, especially from press photographers. Lindström’s most famous series of pictures is ‘Kvinnorna vid Tjursjön/Girls at Bulls Pond’ from 1991. In total it comprises eight photographs of women floating in different positions and the same

number of irons, half of which are red. The soft, pale bodies stand in powerful contrast to the hard, metallic irons. Lindström herself returned to her older pictures, giving them new meanings. She attempted to find new, digital forms for her older works and thus chose not to rely on the historical authenticity of the vintage print, instead choosing to bring her subjects into the contemporary period by updating their technical language. In recent years, she worked with the digital technique of pigment printing. In this auction, Bukowskis is delighted to be able to show the breadth and development in Lindström’s work through photographs from different years and projects. These include everything from her fantastic portraits to her innovative depictions of the female body which counteract the prevailing ideal of beauty, and her later fractal patterns.

244. Tuija Lindström, Red Iron, 1992. Signed Tuija Lindström and titled on verso. C–print, image 109 x 86 cm. (d) Estimate: 35 000 – 40 000 SEK / 3 302 – 3 774 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 241. Tuija Lindström, ‘Torso’, 1983. Signed Tuija Lindström. Printed in 1990. From FC Edition (Fotograficentrum) 1991. Edition of 13. Gelatin silver print, image 27 x 27 cm. Sheet 30.2 x 29.7 cm. Provenance: Fotograficentrum, Stockholm. Literature: Tuija Lindström and Johan Ehrenberg, ‘Tuija Lindström’, 1989, illustrated. Hasselblad Center, ‘A Dream If Ever There Was One, Tuija Lindström’, exhibition catalogue, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

242. Tuija Lindström, Untitled. Signed Tuija Lindström on verso. With copyright stamp and labels Tuija Lindström/Bildhuset on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 14.7 x 14 cm. Sheet 29 x 23 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

243. Tuija Lindström, ‘Mirja’, 1982. Signed Tuija Lindström on verso. With copyrightstamp on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 27.5 x 21.5 cm. Sheet 28 x 22.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer. Literature: Hasselblad Center, ‘A Dream If Ever There Was One, Tuija Lindström’, exhibition catalogue, 2012, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423


Bukowskis October 2018 244. Tuija Lindström, ‘Red Iron’, 1992, from the series ‘The Girls at Bull’s Pond’. Signed Tuija Lindström and titled on verso. C–print, image 109 x 86 cm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Galleri Index, Stockholm, 1992. Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, ‘Tuija Lindström. Look at Us’, 5 June – 22 August 2004, no. 76. Literature: Bo Nilsson, Niclas Östlind & Tuija Lindström, ‘Tuija Lindström. Look at Us’, 2004, illustrated full page in colour, fig. 76. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

245. Tuija Lindström, Untitled, probably 1980's. Signed Tuija Lindström on verso. Gelatin silver print, image ca 30.5 x 30.5 cm. Sheet 50 x 40.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

246. Tuija Lindström, From the series ‘12 Fractals of One Plant’, 2004. Signed Tuija Lindström on verso. Edition 2. C–print silicone mounted to acrylic glass 98 x 60 cm. Depth 1.7 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: Kristianstads Konstmuseum, 2005. Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsingfors, 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

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239. Maria Friberg, Belonging II, 2010, (detalj). Signed Maria Friberg and dated 15 April 2011 and numbered 2/25 on label verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 69 x 95 cm. (d) Estimate: 40 000 – 60 000 SEK / 3 774 – 4 717 EUR


Maria Friberg The intensely blue photograph is part of the ‘Almost there’ series from 2000, a suite of five different pictures with similar subjects, suited men floating on their backs in the warm water of the pool. With a serious and unusually strong symbolic language, in a number of projects Friberg has explored what it means to be a man in our society. Her conclusion is icily sharp. The more her camera is focused on the embodied signals of power, the shriller the sense of fear and helplessness becomes. In purely pictorial terms, ‘Almost there’ is so striking that you almost instinctively catch your breath when standing in front of it. Despite the fact that it is a photograph and the men are clearly linked to our own time, the work bears elements of romantic paintings. The theme of human figures floating in water as a metaphor for a spiritual state is common in art, particularly among the British Pre–Raphaelites of the nineteenth century,

one of whose most well–known paintings being Millais’ deeply melancholy Ophelia. Like the apparently lifeless Ophelia in the river, the men find themselves in an intermediate state. Floating between what? Confidence and self–loathing? Success and fiasco? It is open to interpretation but we, the observers, are participants in the course of events. Just as we are participants in the movements of today and of society. Maria Friberg’s ‘Almost there’ must be considered to be one of the most powerful measurements of the state of things in our time, and simultaneously a timelessly magnificent portrait of young men with high ambitions.

247. Maria Friberg, Almost there #2, 2000. Signed Maria Friberg and numbered 4/6 on verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Cibachrome, silicone and glass 120 x 150 cm. (d) Estimate: 70 000 – 90 000 SEK / 6 604 – 8 491 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 247. Maria Friberg, ‘Almost there #2’, 2000. Signed Maria Friberg and numbered 4/6 on verso. Total edition of 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)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538

248. Ann–Sofi Sidén, ‘Eva, Dubì’, 2000. Signed Ann–Sofi Sidén and numbered 3/7 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 84.5 x 58 cm. Literature: Cecilia Widenheim (ed), ‘Ann–Sofi Sidén: In between the best of worlds’, 2004, Moderna Museet exhibition catalogue No 327, illustrated on fullpage p. 43. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

249. Elina Brotherus, ‘Safety Man IV, 1998’. Edition 2/10. Printed 1998-2002. Vintage. Chromogenic colour print, image 105 x 130 cm. Provenance: Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743


Bukowskis October 2018 250. Elina Brotherus, ‘False Memories II, 1999’. Signerad Elina Brotherus and numbered 4/10 on verso. Chromogenic color print, image 71 x 70,5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, Sweden. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

251. Elina Brotherus, ‘False Memories I, 1999’. Signed Elina Brotherus and numbered 4/10 on verso Chromogenic color print, image 71 x 87 cm. Provenance: Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, Sweden. An Important Scandinavian Collection. Exhibitions: Hämeenlinnan Taidemuseo, Finland, ‘Elina Brotherus’, 25 May – 15 June, 2002. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

252. Annika von Hausswolff, ‘The Memory of Water’, 2005. Signed Annika von Hausswolff on the back of the frame. Edition 4/4 + 2 AP. Lambda print, image 62 x 78 cm. Including frame 73 x 103 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Literature: Magasin 3 Konsthall Stockholm, ‘Ich bin die ecke aller räume’, 2008, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 253. Helena Blomqvist, ‘Swamp Boy’, 2013. Signed Helena Blomqvist and numbered AP 1 on verso. C–print, image 92.5 x 129.5 cm. Including frame 119 x 156 cm. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, ‘Florentine’, 2016, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

254. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘FSCC #80’, 2007. Signed Dawid and numbered 2/5. Pigment print, 90 x 70 cm including original frame. Frame executed by the photographer. Literature: Dawid, ‘Dawid: FSCC’, 2008, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

255. Anton Corbijn, ‘Neil Young’, 1990. Signed Anton Corbijn and numbered 1/20 on the mount. Lith print, image 45 x 45 cm. Provenance: Torch, Amsterdam. Galleri Magnus Åklundh, Lund. Literature: Bernd Skupin, ‘Anton Corbijn Werk’, 2000, exhibition catalogue, compare image p. 45. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743


Bukowskis October 2018 256. Marilyn Minter, ‘Two Green Flares’, 2007. Signed M Minter on label on verso. Edition 4/5 + 2 AP. C–print, image 65.5 x 100 cm. Sheet 95 x 130 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm, ‘Marilyn Minter. The Pam Show’, 23 October – 16 November 2008.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

257. David LaChapelle, ‘Negative Currency, 1 Yuan used as Negative’, 2010. Signed David LaChapelle and numbered 5/5 on label on verso. Chromogenic print mounted to acrylic glass and framed, image 71 x 153 cm. Provenance: Wolfgang Roth and Partners Fine Art, Miami.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 275 000 / EUR 23 719 – 26 091

258. Blaise Reutersward, ’CTCS307’, 2015. Signed Blaise Reuterswärd on label verso. Edition 2/5 + 2 AP. C–print diasec mounted and framed, 180 x 230 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 487 – 14 231

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259. Jacob Felländer, ‘Black Rock’, 2006. From the series ‘Big Sur’. Signed Jacob Felländer and numbered 2/5 on verso. C–print silicone mounted to acrylic glass 80 x 160 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

260. Mikael Jansson, ‘Mini Andén, Stockholm Studio, 1996’. Signed Mikael Jansson and dated 2007 and numbered 3/3 on verso. Total edition of 3 + 1 AP. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 100 x 80 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

261. Zhang Dali, ‘Dialogue and Demolition’, 1999. Signed Zhang Dali and dated 1999 33A and numbered 10/10. C–print 60 x 90 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 262. Zhang Dali, ‘Slogan – Advance in Cultural and Social development’, 2013. Signed Zhang Dalin and dated 2013. Stamp with chinese letters. Cyanotype photogram and ink on rice paper, image 96 x 67 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 707 – 2 371

263. Maria Friberg, ‘Embedded’, 2006. Three parts. Each part signed Maria Friberg and numbered AP 1/3 on verso. C– print silicone mounted to glass 37 x 60 cm per part. Provenance: Dep,art,ment, Stockholm. Literature: Maria Friberg, ‘Maria Friberg’, 2008, avbildad. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

264. Annika von Hausswolff, ‘De bästa historierna är de som inte berättas’, 1999. Signed Annika von Hausswolff and dated 1999 and numbered AP (4+1) on verso. C–print silicone mounted to acrylic glass 110 x 138 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Literature: Annika von Hausswolff and Sara Arrhenius, ‘Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue With Sara Arrhenius’, 2004, illustrated p. 35. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

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268. Elliott Erwitt, Paris, France (Umbrella Jump), 1989. Signed Elliott Erwitt. Gelatin silver print, image 61.2 x 91 cm. Sheet 76 x 101 cm. Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 547 – 9 434 EUR

Irving Penn Between 1964 and 1971, Irving Penn completed seven different projects that are usually called his ethnographic studies. He travelled with a portable studio, taking photographs of different ethnic and cultural groups. In May 1970 Penn was commissioned by Vogue to travel to New Guinea, where he took photographs of warriors in traditional and ceremonial masks and costumes. ‘Man with Pink Face, New Guinea, 1970’ is one of these photographs. There are two versions of the image, in platina palladium and as a colour picture in which the man’s coral–coloured terrifying mask stands out against the neutral background. The pictures from

Penn’s visit to New Guinea were published in Vogue, for which he worked for 65 years. Instead of going out on the streets and taking pictures of the world around him, Penn brought the world into his studio. He never took photos on the spur of the moment; his subjects were always carefully chosen. When travelling, he had local people help him to contact and select potential models. It is telling that he entitled one of his books ‘Worlds In A Small Room’. He set up the same studio wherever he was – Peru, Crete, Nepal, New Guinea or Morocco – so capturing the whole world in the same small space. 


The ethnographic suites of pictures of anonymous people have a great deal in common with his glamorous portraits of celebrities. They are all taken in a similar way, with similar neutral backgrounds and natural light, and with great respect for the subject. Penn told several sources about these fascinating encounters: “These remark– able strangers would come to me and place themselves in front of my camera and in this clear north sky light I would make records of their physical presence. The pictures would survive us both and at least to that extent something of their already dissolving cultures would be preserved forever”. Irving Penn in ‘Worlds In A Small Room’

269. Irving Penn, Man with Pink Face, New Guinea, 1970. Signed Irving Penn and dated April 1978 and numbered 39/49 on verso. Also stamped "Handcoated by the photographer" and "Photograph by Irving Penn copyright 1971 by the Condé Nast Publications Inc." on verso. Platinum palladium flush mounted to aluminum, image 50.5 x 49 cm. Sheet 66.2 x 55.9 cm. Estimate: 150 000 – 200 000 SEK / 14 151 – 18 868 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 265. Uta Barth, ‘Untitled Fields #14’, 1996. Signed Uta Barth and dated 1996 and numbered 3/8 on verso. C–print laminated on wooden panel 58 x 73 cm. Provenance: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Andréhn–Schiptjenko, Stockholm, 1997. Litteratur: Pamela M Lee, ‘Uta Barth’, 2004, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

266. Herb Ritts, ‘Herb Ritts for Levi’s’, 1987. Vintage. Gelatin silver print, image 33.5 x 22 cm. Provenance: A gift from the photographer to the current owner, during the project ‘Herb Ritts for Levi’s’, Los Angeles 1987.

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

267. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), Untitled, ca 1989. Signed Dawid and dated 1989 on verso. Analogue gelatin silver print, image 24.4 x 19.6 cm. Sheet 34.7 x 30 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer in the early 90’s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948


Bukowskis October 2018 268. Elliott Erwitt, ‘Paris, France, 1989’. Signed Elliott Erwitt. Gelatin silver print, image 61.2 x 91 cm. Sheet 76 x 101 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: Elliott Erwitt, ‘Elliott Erwitts Paris’, 2017, illustrated on the cover. Elliott Erwitt, ‘Elliott Erwitt New York/Paris Box Set’, 2015, illustrated. Elliott Erwitt, ‘Elliott Erwitt’s Paris’, 2015, illustrated on the cover. Elliott Erwitt, ‘Elliott Erwitt: Personal Best’, 2018, illustrated on p. 184–185.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

269. Irving Penn, ‘Man with Pink Face, New Guinea, 1970’. Signed Irving Penn and dated April 1978 and numbered 39/49 on verso. Also stamped ‘Handcoated by the photographer’ and ‘Photograph by Irving Penn copyright 1971 by the Condé Nast Publications Inc.’ on verso. Platinum palladium flush mounted to aluminum, image 50.5 x 49 cm. Sheet 66.2 x 55.9 cm. Literature: John Szarkowski, ‘Irving Penn’, 1984, compare image pl.112. Irving Penn, ‘ Passage: A Work Record’, 1991, illustrated in color p.192. Colin Westerbeck (ed), ‘Irving Penn: A Career in Photography’, 1997, illustrated pl. 71. Sarah Greenough,’ Irving Penn: Platinum Prints’, 2005, illustrated pl. 52. Maria Morris Hambourg and Jeff Rosenheim, ‘Irving Penn: Centennial’, 2017, illustrated in color pl.131 and on pl. 137.

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

270. Denise Grünstein, ‘12 oktober’, 2010. Signed Denise Grünstein on label verso. Edition 5/25 + 8 AP. C–print 119 x 95 cm. Provenance: Link Image, Stockholm. Literature: Denise Grünstein, ‘59 buketter från min trädgård och lite till’, 2007, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

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Bukowskis October 2018 271. Martin Bogren, ‘Lowlands’, 2008–2010 Signed M Bogren and numbered 3/6 on verso of the frame. Gelatin silver print, image 40 x 58 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Martin Bogren, "Lowlands", 2011, illustrated on spread. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

272. Hans Gedda, ‘Ingmar Bergman’, 1973. Signed Hans Gedda. Edition 7/25. Gelatin silver print, image 40 x 40 cm. Provenance: Link Image, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

273. Jean Hermanson, ‘Dublin’, 1967. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 18.5 x 27.2 cm. Sheet 23.7 x 30.2 cm. Literature: Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 224–225.Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated on p. 13. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138


Bukowskis October 2018 274. Jean Hermanson, ‘Dublin’, 1967 Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 26.5 x 19.7 cm. Sheet 30.4 x 23.8 cm. Literature: Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 212. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

275. Jean Hermanson, ‘Renseriarbetare, Surahammars Bruk’, ca 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso and with stamp by Mira bildarkiv on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 17 x 22.5 cm. Sheet 23.5 x 30 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

276. Jean Hermanson, ‘Järnbruksarbetare med skyddsdräkt av asbest, Björneborgs Järnverk’, 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 23.4 x 16 cm. Sheet 27.7 x 19.4 cm. Literature: Folke Isaksson and Jean Hermanson, ‘Nere på verkstadsgolvet’, 1971, illustrated. Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 117. Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated p. 78. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

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Jean Hermanson In 2014, Landskrona Foto acquired Jean Hermanson’s collection of 250 000 negatives and thousands of prints. Jean Hermanson was one of the foremost photographers of Swedish working life and also took photographs in other countries, including Ireland. He grew up as the son of a cast iron worker in Småland in southern Sweden and felt at home among the working class. He made it his life’s work to document the people really behind the then growing Swedish welfare state. In the 1960s and 1970s he travelled around Sweden’s industrial towns producing reportage in photographic books including ‘Byggnadsarbetare’  (Construction workers) and ‘Nere på verkstadsgolvet’ (Down on the factory floor). His late breakthrough came with the documentary ‘Arbetets döttrar’  (1986), which drew attention to the hard work of female employees in the Abba fish cleaning factory in Gothenburg and a sock factory in Malmö. When Hermanson died in 2012 he left shelf upon shelf of pictures of workers. In 2017, Nils Petter Löfstedt, Hermanson’s photographic assistant, released ‘Himlens mörkrum’ (The Celestial Darkroom), a celebrated documentary on this treasury of photographs. In the film Jean Hermanson regrets that he did not find out the names of the people whose portraits he took. At the time he did not want people to feel exposed because the photo books were often critical of their workplaces.

In working on the film Nils Petter Löfstedt has managed to trace 400 names based on Hermanson’s photo archive, and in the film he tracks some of them down. But he has also entered the environments that still exist. This year Löfstedt also released a book about Jean Hermanson and his pictures. Hermanson’s photographs were shown at a popular exhibition at Fabriken Bästekille in Österlen this summer. Hermanson’s portrait and documentary photographs are characterised by their blackness, intensity and sense of detail, respect for the person in front of the camera and skilful work in the darkroom. It is time Hermanson’s work and the period it documents takes its rightful place in Sweden’s photographic history.

276. Jean Hermanson, Dublin, 1967. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 18.5 x 27.2 cm. Sheet 23.7 x 30.2 cm. (d) Estimate: 12 000 – 15 000 SEK / 1 132 – 1 415 EUR 276. Jean Hermanson, Järnbruksarbetare med skyddsdräkt av asbest, Björneborgs Järnverk, 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 23.4 x 16 cm. Sheet 27.7 x 19.4 cm. (d) Estimate: 12 000 – 15 000 SEK / 1 132 – 1 415 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 277. Jean Hermanson, ‘Kockums Gjuteri, Kallinge’, ca 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Also with stamps by Mira bildarkiv on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 23 x 16.5 cm. Sheet 30.7 x 24 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

278. Jean Hermanson, ‘Tappning av järn, Åminne Bruk’, 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 16 x 23,5 cm. Sheet 23.7 x 30.2 cm. Literature: Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on spread p. 168–169. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 948 – 1 138

279. Jean Hermanson, Untitled, ca 1970. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 25.3 x 19 cm. Sheet 30.3 x 23.7 cm. Literature: Folke Isaksson och Jean Hermanson, ‘Nere på verkstadsgolvet’, 1971, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 48 – 1 138


Bukowskis October 2018 280. Jean Hermanson, ‘Paris’, 1965. With stamp Jean Hermanson on verso. Gelatin silver print 29.5 x 23 cm. Literature: Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 13. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

281. Jean Hermanson, ‘Stämpelklocka, Motala Verkstad’, 1969. Signed Jean Hermanson on verso and with stamp by Mira bildarkiv on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 22.8 x 16.5 cm. Sheet 23.8 x 17.8 cm. Literature: Folke Isasson and Jean Hermanson, ‘Nere på verkstadsgolvet’, 1971, illustrated. Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 53. Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated p. 79. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

282. Jean Hermanson, ‘Pump–Separator, Katrineholm’, 1970. With stamp Jean Hermanson, Gräsgatan 4, on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 23,4 x 28,2 cm. Sheet 24.5 x 30 cm. Literature: Folke Isakssn and Jean Hermanson, ‘Dom svarta’, 1970, illustrated on spread p. 74–75. Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated p. 134. Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated on spread p. 48–49. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

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Bukowskis October 2018 283. Jean Hermanson, ‘Gjutare, Söderköpings gjuteri’, ca 1970. With stamp Jean Hermanson, Gräsgatan 4, on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 28.7 x 21 cm. Sheet 30.2 x 24.5 cm. Literature: Folke Isaksson and Jen Hermanson, ‘Dom svarta’, 1970, illustrated on p. 17 and on the cover. Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated on fullpage p. 117. Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated on p. 25. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

284. Jean Hermanson, ‘Gjuteriet, Norrbottens Järnverk’, 1969–70. With stamp Jean Hermanson on verso and with stamp b Mira bildarkiv on verso. Gelatin silver print 17 x 22.5 cm. Literature: Jean Hermanson e.a, ‘Fotografier’, 2005, illustrated p. 142. Nils Petter Löfstedt, ‘Himlens Mörkrum’, 2017, illustrated on spread p. 49–50. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 94

285. Ann Eringstam, ‘In search of wonderland 5’, 2011. Signed Ann Eringstam and numbered 3/5 on verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. Digital C–print mounted to aluminum and acrylic glass 100 x 150 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743


Bukowskis October 2018 286. Jorma Puranen, ‘Shadows, reflexions and all that sort of things #27’, 2003. Edition 6 + 1 AP. C–print diasec mounted to aluminum 125 x 100 cm. Provenance: Flach + Thulin, Stockholm. Arvid Svensson Collection, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

287. Niko Luoma, ‘Paintings collapse into Objecthood 1’, 2001. Signed Niko Louma and numbered 1/5 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 100 x 125 cm. Provenance: An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

288. Niko Luoma, ‘Paintings collapse into Objecthood 2’, 2001. Signed Niko Louma and numbered 1/5 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 100 x 125 cm. Provenance: An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 641 – 7 590

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Bukowskis October 2018 289. Hei Rekula, ‘Desiré’, 1996. Signed Heli Rekula on verso. Printed in 2002. Cibachrome mounted to aluminum 134 x 100 cm. Provenance: Galleri Christian Dam, Copenhagen. An Important Scandinavian Collection. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 79

290. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), From the series Berlinbondage. Signed Dawid and numbered AP on verso. Archival pigment print, image 53 x 44 cm. Consigned to benefit the Aktivis charity organisation. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 707 – 1 897

291. David Burdeny, ‘Burning Sky, Japan’, 2006. Signed D Burdeny on label verso. Executed in 2007.Vintage. Edition 6/15 + 2 AP. Gelatin silver print, image 33 x 33 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: David Burdeny, "Shorelines, photographs by David Burderny", 2007, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 292. David Burdeny, ‘Left Pallets, Astoria’, 2005. Signed D Burdeny on label verso. Executed in 2007 Vintage. Edition 8/15 + 2 AP. Gelatin silver print, image 33 x 33 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: David Burdeny, "Shorelines, photographs by David Burderny", 2007, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

293. David Burdeny, ‘Rails, Japan’, 2006. Signed D Burdeny on label verso. Executed in 200. Vintage. Edition 3/15 + 2 AP. Gelatin silver print, image 33 x 33 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: David Burdely, ‘Shorelines, photographs by David Burderly’, Vancouver 2007.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 846

294. Elliott Erwitt, ‘Santa Monica, California, 1955’. Signed Elliott Erwitt. Gelatin silver print, image 61 x 91 cm. Sheet 75.6 x 101 cm. Provenance: Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, New York Literature: Elliott Erwitt, "Elliott Erwitt: Snap", 2003, illustrated p. 502. Elliott Erwitt, "Elliott Erwitt: Personal Best", 2018, illustrated p. 434–435. Jane Jackson, "Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection", 2001, illustrated p. 105.

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538

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Bukowskis October 2018 295. Terry O’Neill, ‘Frank Sinatra, Miami Beach, 1968’. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 19/50. Total edition o 50 + 10 AP. Gelatin silver print, image 51 x 77.5 cm. Provenance: Photographers Gallery, Los Angeles. Literature: Terry O’Neill, ‘Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame’, 2013, illustrated on spread p. 284–285. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

296. Nick Brandt, ‘Lioness with cubs under tree, erengeti, 2004’. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered AP 1/2. Total edition of 8 + 2 AP. Pigment print, image 97 x 113 cm. Literature: Nick Brandt, ‘On this Earth, a Shadow Falls’, 2010, illusrated on p. 48. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

297. Richard Leroyd, ‘A Black Lily Made for Noel 16 February 03’. Signed Richard on the mount. C–print, image 51 x 81 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 298. Hans Gedda, ‘Nelson Mandea’, 1990. Signed Hans Gedda. Edition 25. Gelatin silver print, image 40 x 40 cm. Literature: Hans Gedda, Magnus Olausson and Eva–Lena Karlsson,‘Det tredje ögat’, Nationalmuseum 203, illustrated on p. 101. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538

299. Alfred Eisenstaedt, ‘Hugo Gernsback’, 1960’s. Signed Eisenstaedt. Gelatin silver print, image 30.3 x 23 cm. (d)

Estiate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

300. Wolfgang Tillmans, ‘Wald’ (‘Briol III’), 2008. Signed Wolfgang Tillmans and dated 2008 and numbered 15/25 + 5 AP on verso. Inkjet print 86 x 60 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795

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Bukowskis October 2018 301. Gerry Johansson, ‘Antarktis #540’, 2001. Signed on verso. Pinted in 2008. Edition 3/5. Gelatin silver print, image 48.5 x 39 cm. Provenance: Gun Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Gerry Johansson and Thorbjörn Andersson,‘Gerry Johansson – Antarktis’, 2014, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2371

302. Gunnar Smoliansky, Untitled, 1957. Signed Gunnar Smoliansky on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 25.5 x 15.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

303. Brassaï, ‘Présentations chez Suzy’, 1932. Signed Brassaï. Copyright stamp ‘Brassaï, 81 Faubourg St– Jaques Paris’ on verso. Gelatin silver print 28 x 21.5 cm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, ‘The New Vision: Photography between the World Wars. The Ford Motor Company Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,’ 23 September 1989 – 31 December 1989. The exhibition traveled to four other big institutions in the US. IVAM, Centre Julio Gonzalez Valencia, ‘The New Vision, IVAM, Centre Julio Gonzalez, Valencia,’ 20 January 1995 – 26 March 1995. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, ‘Framing a Century: Master Photographers, 1840–1940," 3 June 2008 – 1 September 2008. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nw York, ‘Naked before the Camera,’ 27 March 2012 – 9 September 2012. Literature: Brassaï, ‘The Secret Paris of the 30's’, 1976, illustrated on the cover. Peter Galassi,‘Brassaï’, 2018, illustrated on p. 193. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320


Bukowskis October 2018 304. Henri Cartier–Breson, ‘Andrew Wyeth’, 1962. Signed Henri Cartier–Bresson and bears copyright stamp. Gelatin silver print, image 35.5 x 24 cm. Provenance: Bonhams, Los Angeles. The Charlton Heston Collection 22 March 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

305. Gisèle Freund, ‘Colette, 1939’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Also with copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 8 x 26 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 759 – 948

306. Antanas Sutkus, ‘J.P Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir in Lithuania, Nida, 1965’. Signed A. Sutkus and titled on verso. Gelatin slver print, image 33 x 49.7 cm. Sheet 39.7 x 49.7 cm. Literature: Antanas Sutkus, ‘Sartre et Beauvoir Cinq Jours en Lituanie’, 2005, illustrated on cover. Antanas Sutkus, ‘Retrospective’, 2009, illustrated. (d)

Etimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

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Bukowskis October 2018 307. Anna Riwkin–Brick, ‘Groupe surréaliste, Paris’, 1933 Gelatin silver print 17,5 x 24 cm. Provenance: Collection of Ragnar von Holten, Sweden. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 707 – 1 897

308. David Octavius Hill & Robert S. Adamson, ‘The Misses Grierson’, 1843–1847. Salt print, image 20 x 14.5 cm. Sheet 20.5 x 15.5 cm. Provenance: Inköpt 1935 från Ferdinand Flodins sterbhus. Professor Helmer Bäckströms samling. Gåva av frun Olga Bäckström till vännen Benno Movin–Hermes. Stockholms Auktionsverk, Auction Nutida och fotografi, 4 maj 2011. Literatur: Colin Ford & Roy Strong, ‘An Early Victorian Album, The Hill/Adamson Collection’, 1974, illustrated on p. 268. National Galleries of Scotland, ‘David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson’, 1981, illustrated on p. 163.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 743 – 5 692

309. Hans Gedda, ‘Hasse & Tage’, 1980. Signed Hans Gedda. Editio 2/25. Gelatin silver print, image 46 x 34.5 cm. Literature: Hans Gedda, Magnus Olausson and Eva–Lena Karlsson,‘Det tredje ögat’, Nationalmuseum 2013, illustrated on p. 72. Provenance: Link Image, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 310. Nina Korhonen, From the series ‘Minne. Muisto. Memory’, 1997. Signed Nina Korhonen on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 21.2 x 30.8 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 5 000 – 7 000 / EUR 472 – 660

311. Hans Gedda, ‘Cornelis Vreeswijk’, 1984. Signed Hans Gedda. Edition 25. Archival pigment print, image 64 x 64 cm. Literature: Karlsson,‘Det tredje ögat’, Nationalmuseum 2013, compare image p. 65. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

312. Leif–Erik Nygårds, ‘Marilyn Monroe photographed in Lo Angeles at Bel Air Hotel, June 27th 1962’. Signed Leif–Erik Nygårds and numbered 16/24 on verso. Pigment print, image 60 x 90 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 743 – 6 641

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Bukowskis October 2018 313. Gisèle Freund, ‘Henri Matisse, Paris, 1948’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Also with copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 40 x27 cm. Sheet 44.5 x 31.5 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 759 – 948

314. Gisèle Freund, ‘Virginia Wolf, 1939’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Copyright stamp on verso. C–print, image 40.2 x 27 cm. heet 44.7 x 32 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Musee National d’art moderne Centre Pompidou, ‘Gisele Freund Itineraires’ , 1991, illustrated on p. 146. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

315. Frank Stella, ‘Eusaia’ from ‘Imaginary Places III’. Lithograph with silkscreen and intaglio in colours, 1998, signed in pencil and numbered 11/55, printed and published by Tyler Graphics and with their blind stamp. L./S. 54 x 54 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371


Bukowskis October 2018 316. Francis Bacon, ‘Second Version of Triptych 1944, (Small Version)’. Triptyche. Each part signed Francis Bacon and numbered 23/60 on verso Published by Michel Archimbaud for Librairie Séguier for IRCAM, Centre Pompidou, Paris. Executed in 1989. Lithograph in colours on Arches wove paper. I. 62.4 x 46.4 cm per part. Literature: Sabatier 24. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975

317. Andy Warhol, ‘Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn)’. Screenprint on paper, 1967, signed Andy Warhol in pencil n verso, printed by Aetna Silkscreen Products, Inc., New York, published by Factory Additions, New York. 15.2 x 15.4 cm. Provenance: Jan–Eric Löwenadler, Stockholm 1976. Literature: Feldman/Schellmann II.21.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 487 – 11 859

318. Andy Warhol, ‘Sandro Botticello, Birth of Venus’, from: ‘Details of renaissance paintings’. Silkscreen in colours 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 23/70, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Editions Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/New York. L. 63.5 x 94 cm. S. 81.2 x 111.8 cm. Literature: Feldman II 317.

Estimate: SEK 350 000 – 400 000 / EUR 33 206 – 37 950

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Bukowskis October 2018 319. Andy Warhol, ‘Leonardo da Vinci, The annunciation’, from: ‘Details of renaissance paintings’. Silkscreen in colors, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 33/60, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Editions Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/New York. 63.5 x 94 cm, s heet 80 x 109.5 cm. Literature: Feldman II. 320.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

320. Andy Warhol, ‘Paolo Uccello, St George and the Dragon’. From: ‘Details of renaissance paintings’. Silkscreen in colrs, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 23/50, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Editions Schellmann & Klüser, New York/Munich. I. 63.8 x 94.5 cm. S. 81.4 x 112 cm. Literature: Feldman II.324.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

321. Andy Warhol, ‘Mao’. Silkscreen printe in colours, 1972, signed in ball point pen and numbered with stamp 207/250 on verso, printed by Styria Studio, Inc., New York, published by Castelli Graphics and Multiples, Inc., New York. I./S. 91,4 x 91,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 275 000 – 300 000 / EUR 26 091 – 28 462


Bukowskis October 2018 322. Andy Warhol, ‘Vote McGovern’. Silkscreen, 1972, signed Andy Warhol andnumbered 23/250 verso. Arches 88 paper, with the blindstamp of the printer and publisher Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. 106.5 x 106.5 cm. Literature: Coppel, Daunt & Tallman 139. Feldman & Schellmann 1997 II.84

Estimate: SEK 170 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 038 – 18 975

323. Andy Warhol, ‘Mao’. Signed Warhol. Silk screen (1974). Printed by Bill Miller's Wallpaper Studio, New York. Published by Factory Additions, New York for Musée Galliera, Paris. 98 x 62 cm. Provenance: Bought at Ketterer Kunst, Munich. Literature: Feldman/Schellmann 125a.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

324. Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Apple and Lemon’ from ‘The Seven Apple Woodcuts series’. From "The Seven Apple Woodcuts series" Woodcut in colours on handmade Iwano Kizuki Hosho paper. Signed Roy Lichtenstein, dated 1983 and numbered 49/60. Published by Petersburg Press, New York. I. 57.5 x 82 cm. S. 80 x 100.5 cm. Literature: Corlett 193.

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 641 – 8 538

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Bukowskis October 2018 325. Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Sweet Dreams Baby!’. From the: ‘11 Pop Artists’. Signed R Lichtenstein and numbere 134/200 in pencil. Silkscreen in colours, 1965, printed by Knickerbocker Machine and Foundry, Inc. New York. Published by Original Editions, New York. I. 90.5 x 65 cm. S. 95.5 x 70 cm. Literature: Corlett 39.

Estimate: SEK 750 000 – 850 000 / EUR 71 157 – 80 645

326. Frank Stella, ‘Purple Series’ (3. All three parts signed F. Stella and numbered AP IV and dated –72 in pencil. Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with their blind stamp in the lower right corner. Lithograph 40.5 x 56 per part. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

327. Sam Francis, ‘An Other Set – Y’ (Triptych), from The Pasadena Box. Lithograph in colours, three panels, 1964. Signed in pencil Sam Frncis and numbered 81/100, lower right, far–right panel. Printed by Joseph Zirker at Joseph Press, Los Angeles, published by Pasadena Art Museum. 39.4 x 171.6 cm, each panel 39.4 x 57.2 cm. Literature: Lembark L 66.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846


Bukowskis October 2018 328. Richard Hamilton, ‘Nine Studies 1957–65’. Signed R. Hamilton in pencil. Portfolio edition 2/100, all framed. Collotype: E Schreiber, Stuttgart. Screenprint: Frank Kicherer, Stuttgart. Box: Pella Erskine– Tulloch, London. Nine Studies: Published by Waddington Graphics London. ‘Hers is a lush situation’, 1957’, collotype and screenprint and collaged metalized foil, 1982. 23 x 37 cm. ‘$he, 1958’, collotype and screenprint, 1982. 25 x 17 cm. ‘Pin -up, 1961’, collotype and screenprint, 1982. 35 x 25 cm. ‘AAH!, 1961’, collotype and screenprint, 1982. 22.5 x 36.5 cm. ‘Towards a definitive statement on the coming trends in men's wear and accessories (c), 1962’, aerosol spray and screenprint, 1982. 25.5 x 35.5 cm. ‘Towards a definitive statement on the coming trends in men's wear and accessories (b), 1962’, collotype and screenprint, 1982. 25.5 x 35.5 cm. ‘Hugh Gaitskell as a Famous Monster of Filmland, 1963’, Collotype and screenprint, 1982. 35.5 x 35.5 cm ‘Self-portrait,1965’, Collotype and screenprint, 1982. 31 x 24 cm. ‘AAH! in perspective, 1963’, Collotype, screenprint and hand-painted, 1982. 26 x 17 cm. Provenance: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired in the 180’s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

329. Bruce Nauman, Untitled. Signed and dated '90 and numbered 24/45. Lithograph 42 x 48.5 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 371

330. Bernar Venet, ‘97.5 Degree Arc x 14 (#5)’. Signed Bernar Veet and dated 2004 in pencil. Numbered H.C. 1/5. Screenprint on wove paper I. 84.5 x 121.9 cm, S. 100.3 x 136.8 cm. Co–published by Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, and William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis, USA. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 692 – 7 590

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318. Andy Warhol, Sandro Botticello, Birth of Venus, from: Details of renaissance paintings. Silkscreen in colours, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 23/70, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Editions Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/New York. I. 63,5 x 94 cm. S. 81,2 x 111.8 cm. Estimate: 350 000 – 400 000 SEK / 33 019 – 37 736 EUR

Robert Rauschenberg In the 1960s and 1970s Rauschenberg started to explore different printing techniques and began his collaboration with Gemini G.E.L in Los Angeles. In his graphic work he was mainly seeking the answer to two questions: How big can we print? What can we print on? In this period he experimented with huge sheets and with printing on a variety of materials such as plexiglass, textiles and aluminum. The Sling Shot Lit series is a collaboration with Gemini in which Rauschenberg used several different materials and built up the image in different layers. His form of expression generally builds on blending and combining different types of image, including photographs, newspaper cuttings, text and advertising to create an entirely new picture. Here, however, he takes this a step further by printing on mylar (a kind of specially treated polyester film with high durability and strength) fitted as roller blinds in a light box. The three blinds are each printed with a different image and can be pulled up or down. The image changes depending on the

position of the blinds. The work is illuminated from behind by fluorescent tubes mounted on the rear edge of the box, making the graphic images and silhouettes of the subject appear more clearly and with greater depth. This gives Rauschenberg’s collage– like way of working a three–dimensional form and invites interaction with the viewer. The Sling Shot Lit series was created in 1984–85 and exhibited often in the USA at the time, including at the Moosart Gallery in Miami, the Kornblatt Gallery in Washington D.C and at Castelli Graphics in New York. Sling Shots is found in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, USA. 333. Robert Rauschenberg, Sling–Shots lit #8, Black State. Three Mylar screenprints backed with sailcloth and mounted on a wooden lightbox. Executed in 1985, signature and date incised into metal plate 20/25, from the Sling–Shots Lit series, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Prints 189 x 134 cm. Light box 215 x 143 x 32 cm. Estimate: 150 000 – 200 000 SEK / 14 151 – 18 868 EUR


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Bukowskis October 2018 331. Dan Flavin Untitled, from ‘The New York Collection for Stockholm’ portfolio, 1973. Signed Dan Flavin 1973 in pencil. Screenprint in colours. I. 30 x 22 cm, with frame 52x 44 cm. Published by Experiments in Art and Technology. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 759 – 948

332. Bridget Riley, ‘Untitled Bleu’. Sgned Bridget Riley and dated 1978 and numbered 63/75 in pencil. Screenprint in colours, I. 56 x 83 cm. S. 67.5 x 94 cm. Provenance: Galleri Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm, acquired 1987 by the present owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

333. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Sling–Shots lit #8, Black State’. Three Mylar screenprints backed with sailcloth and mounted on a wooden lightbox. Executed in 1985, signature and date incised into metal plate 20/25, fro the Sling–Shots Lit series, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Prints 189 x 134 cm. Light box 215 x 143 x 32 cm. Provenance: Bistborno Gallery, Malmö. Exhibitions: Bistborno Gallery, Malmö, 1980–tal.

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 14 231 – 18 975


Bukowskis October 2018 334. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Features from Currents’. Signed Rauschenberg and dated 70 and numbered PP 1/3. Edition of 50. Co–published by Dayton Gallery 12, Minneapolis, and Leo Castelli Graphics, New York. I: 88,5 x 88,5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Futura, Stockholm, acquired by the curent owner in the early 90’s. Literature: Tate Enterprises and David Frankel (ed.), ‘Robert Rauschenberg’, 2016, compare image on p. 363. Mary Lynn Kotz, ‘Rauschenberg/Art and Life’, 1990, compare image on p. 183.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

335. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Araucan Mastaba, Roci Chile’. Signed Rauschenberg and dated -86 and numbered 4/25. Also stamped R.R and dated '86 and numbered 4/25 on the silver plat. Multiple. Aluminum, screen print, silver plate (sterling) and two lapis lazuli stones. Height 53, width 55.5 and depth 55.5 cm. Published by Graphicstudio & Rauschenberg Overseas Cultural Interchange (R.O.C.I). Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 795 – 4 743

336. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Doctors of the World’. Signed Rauschenberg and dated 97 and numbered 95/100 in pencil. Lithograph in colours 100 x 75cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 423 – 1 897

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Bukowskis October 2018 337. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Charms Against Harms’. Signed in pencil and numbered 46/100. Executed in 1993. Offset lithograph in colours 102 x 70 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

338. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Rookery Mounds–Crystal’, from: ‘RookeryMounds’. Lithograph in colours, 1979, signed in pencil and numbered 12/55, published by Gemini, G.E.L., and with their blindstamp. S. circa 104 x 78.5 cm (irregular). Literature: Gemini Catalogue Number 41.129.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 138 – 1 423

339. Keith Haring, ‘Untitled’. Signed K. Haring and dated 82 and numbered AP 4–8 with red pencil. Lithograph on BFK Rves paper. I. 55 x 82 cm. S. 64 x 92 cm. Provenance: Per Skarstedt Fine Art, New York. Literature: Littman, K, & Haring K., ‘Keith Haring, Editions on Paper 1982–1990: The Complete Printed Works’, 1997, p. 20.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 /EUR 7 590 – 9 487


Bukowskis October 2018 340. Keith Haring, ‘Pop Shop Quad II’. Signed K Haring and dated 88 and numbered TP 3/4 in pencil. Screen print in colours I. 56.5 x 71 cm. S. 61 x 75.5 cm. Literature: Littmann p. 95

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

341. KAWS, ‘Things that comfort’. Signed KAWS and dated –15. Silkscreen on paper 90 x 76 cm. Edition 214/250. Provenance: Pace Editions, New York.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 590 – 9 487

34. Harland Miller, ‘Don’t Let The Bastards Cheer You Up’. Signed Harland Miller and numbered 39/50 in pencil. Dated –09. Silkscreen on Somerset 410 gsm paper 42 x 59 cm. Provenance: White Cube, London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 62 – 7 590

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Bukowskis October 2018 343. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Wrapped Reichstag (Project for Berlin)’. Signed Christo with blue crayon. Offset in colours with collage, image 80 x 62 cm. Provenance: Galleri Flach, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 897 – 2 37

344. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘The Gates (Project for Central Park, New York City)’. Signed Christo. Offset colour print with fabric application, image 76 x 60 cm. Provenance: Galleri Flach, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 371 – 2 846

345. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Wrapped Road Sign, Proect Light 65’. Signed in pencil and numbered 66/100. Litograph in colours with collage of cloth, twine and staples, 1988. Published by Poligrafa, Barcelona. S. 70.5 x 55.4 cm. Literature: Schellmann/Benecke 134.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 795


Bukowskis October 2018 346. Christo & Jeanne–Clade, ‘The Umbrellas (Joint Project for Japan and USA)’. Diptych. Signed Christo. Published by Carl Flach/Achenbach Art Edition, Düsseldorf, 1991. Offset colour print with fabric application, image 38 x 42 each. Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 320 – 3 795

347. Michelle Stuart, ‘Correspondences: Time Fuchsia, Connecticut, USA’. Lithograph and dye tansfer photograph on paper. Signed Michelle Stuart in pencil and numbered A/P. Titel inscribed in pencil: ‘Correspondences: Time Connecticut Fuchsia’. Image size 61 x 74 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

348. Jan Håfström, ‘Mr Walker’. Lithograph in colours, 2009, signed in pencil and numbered 2/25, published by Editions Grafikens Hus, Mariefred. S. 160 x 220 cm (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 846 – 3 320

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Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 611 | October 2018  

Viewing: October 18 – 22 | Sale: October 23 | www.bukowskis.com Bukowskis’ autumn Contemporary Art & Design auction offers a wide range of...

Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 611 | October 2018  

Viewing: October 18 – 22 | Sale: October 23 | www.bukowskis.com Bukowskis’ autumn Contemporary Art & Design auction offers a wide range of...