11. CHARLOTTE GYLLENHAMMAR, "OLYDNAD", 1997.
The autumn’s biggest Swedish and international contemporary art auction, presented this time at a colourful viewing at Konstnärshuset. Here you will find works by artists including Ed Ruscha, Cecilia Edefalk, Julian Opie, Nathalie Djurberg, Albert Watson and Andreas Eriksson.
During the autumn, Bukowskis’ premises at Berzelii Park in Stockholm are being renovated. In the meantime, our viewings will be held at specially selected locations in Stockholm – locations that share our passion for art, design and antiques. Contemporary will therefore be available for viewing this autumn at Konstnärshuset on Smålandsgatan.
You can bid with a paddle in the auction room, or by phone, by absentee bidding or live online. Choose the option that suits you best.
Take part in the auction in real time via a computer. You will need Adobe Flash 10+ installed in order to bid. Approval via a bank reference is needed in order to place bids above SEK 3 million online. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange approval for this level of online bidding.
New customers can register here. Existing customers should log in.
Bidding by telephone takes place in direct contact with our specialists who place bids on your behalf in the auction room. To be contacted by telephone, you must apply for telephone bidding by 20:00 CET on the day before the auction. New customers should register and then send the competed telephone bidding form to email@example.com. State the catalogue number of the lot, your full name, your customer number and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
Existing customers: Send your completed telephone bidding form to firstname.lastname@example.org. State the catalogue number of the lot, your full name, your address and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
IN THE AUCTION ROOM
Register for a paddle in Spegelsalen at Berns from 17:00 on the day of the auction.
If you are unable to attend the auction in person, we can bid on your behalf. Our customer service team will deal with bidding confidentially and will endeavour to obtain the lot for you at the lowest possible price. An absentee bidding form should be sent to email@example.com.
If you need any assistance before the auction, please contact our customer service team on +46 (0)8 614 08 00.
PAYMENT: 28 November – 8 December 2016
Payment should be made within 8 working days of the auction. Private customers resident in Sweden or Finland should pay via Klarna. When you go to “To pay” on My Bukowskis and select your invoice, you will be redirected to Klarna’s payment service. This only applies to payments for private customers up to a limit of SEK 100,000 per person. Find out more at www.klarna.com.
Payment can be made during the auction in Spegelsalen, Berns.
COLLECTION: 29 November (from 13:00) to 8 December
From 29 November onwards (from 13:00), all sold lots will be available for collection at ArtMove, Frihamnsgatan 58, Magasin 6, entrance 3, Stockholm. Opening hours: Mon-Weds and Fri 09:00-17:00, Thurs 9:00-18:00. Unsold lots will be transferred to Bukowskis, Västberga Allé 3. (map)
Lots must be collected within 8 working days of the auction. Full payment must have been received by Bukowskis before lots can be collected. If lots are not collected within the specified time period, a storage charge of SEK 50 per day per lot will be applied.
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