Bukowskis

In 1870 Henryk Bukowski founded the auction house Bukowskis in Stockholm. For 150 years, Bukowskis has been offering quality auctions to sellers and buyers around the world. Bukowskis dominates the market in Fine Art and with its good results and international network, Bukowskis consolidates its position as the leading auction house in the Nordic region. Bukowskis has been owned by the Lundin family since 2007, and the group's operations consist of hammer auctions, online auctions, private sales and direct offer purchases. Bukowskis address has been Berzelii Park since the end of the 19th century, in which the viewings and the hammer auctions takes place in our classic premises.

On Bukowskis website, quality auctions are ongoing around the clock and all auctions are available in Bukowski's digital app – download the app here > Bukowskis Private Sales offer customized solutions according to specific requirements. With the industry’s most prominent specialists, Bukowskis is always available for home valuations both in Sweden and internationally.

In 2020, Bukowskis will celebrate 150 years and we look forward to inviting you to fantastic auctions, curated exhibitions and dynamic collaborations. In 2020, we will do everything we can to share the knowledge and passion that Bukowskis has about art & design at its best!

Facts 2020
— 43 lots exceeding 1 MSEK – by far the most on the market
— Bukowskis sold 8 out of the 10 most expensive art works in 2020
— More than 2 million visitors online every month with an international growth
— Scandinavias largest auction for quality watches _ White Glow Auction autumn 2020
— The most expensive art work sold in Sweden 2020, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, "Crocodile, Egg, Man”. Final price 19 495 000 SEK.
— The most expensive International modern art work, Fontana, "Concetto Spaziale, Attese”. Final price 8 183 938 SEK
— World record: Carl Larsson, ”Syende Flicka / Anna S.”. Final price 12 480 000 SEK
— World record: Carl Milles, ”Vildsvin”. Final price 4 126 850 SEK
— World record: Helmer Osslund, ”Mullfjället”. Final price 8 942 500 SEK.
— World record: Tove Janson, "Nature morte”. Final Price 70 000 EURO.
— New record: Alvar Aalto, Vase. Final price 55 000 EURO

Bukowskis offices and showrooms are located in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and in Helsinki. Bukowskis also has representatives in London, New York, Berlin, Copenhagen and Costa del Sol.

Welcome to contact us already today to buy and sell the markets most expensive art and design. Contact one of Bukowski’s prominent specialists at tel. +46 (0)8–614 08 00.

Management

Louise Arén
Stockholm
Louise Arén
CEO
Björn Extergren
Stockholm
Björn Extergren
Head of Consignment & Sales Department, Fineart. Specialist Antique Furniture, Decorative Arts and Asian Ceramics
+46 (0)706 40 28 61
Andreas Rydén
Stockholm
Andreas Rydén
Head Specialist, Art, Deputy Managing Director
+46 (0)728 58 71 39