Art Dealership

Over a period of more than twenty years, Peder Lund has been dealing modern and contemporary art to public, corporate and private collectors. Research, education, curation, and consultation remain the core principles of his mission.

Through diverse relationships with leading art galleries, art dealers, and artists and estates worldwide, Peder Lund and his team are able to retain a robust inventory of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, videos, and site-specific installations. Focusing on the American, European, and Japanese primary and secondary art markets, we are also constantly updated on the current and upcoming offerings at auction. With frequent travel to major art fairs and important exhibitions, Peder Lund and his team are acutely aware of the ever-evolving attitudes and interests in the global art market.

Whether working with institutions on large-scale endeavors or first-time collectors acquiring a limited number of works, we deftly and respectfully facilitate the process and encourage new and challenging curatorial projects.

A selection of artists whose work Peder Lund and his team have recently placed in collections include Nobuyoshi Araki, Diane Arbus, Richard Artschwager, Louise Bourgeois, James Lee Byars, Isa Genzken, Philip Guston, Roni Horn, Robert Irwin, Sergej Jensen, Ellsworth Kelly, Willem de Kooning, Mike Kelley, Wolfgang Tillmans, Liz Larner, Catherine Opie, Lucas Samaras and Ed Ruscha, Sadamasa Motonaga, Edvard Munch, Raymond Pettibon, Sigmar Polke, Ken Price, Daniel Richter, Robert Ryman, Kurt Schwitters, Elaine Sturtevant, Richard Tuttle, Cy Twombly, Franz West, and Jiro Yoshihara.

Peder Lund extends his services to encompass artists and directions that we do not represent or keep as part of our stock

Installation image of black, hanging Louise Bourgeois sculpture at Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Installation view from Louisiana Museum of Franz West sculpture in front of two Morris Louis colorful paintings
Installation view of Guston painting, several sculptures by Louise Bourgeois and a drawing by Louise Bourgeois
Red, orange, pink and light blue painting by Willem de Kooning
Installation view of De Kooning show
Louise Bourgeois sculpture of two eyes in front of a building with ivy all over it
Orange and black work on paper with the word 'Oaf'
Installation view from Henie Onstad Museum
Black sculpture on wooden pedestal
Black blue and red abstract painting
Abstract white painting
colorful abstract painting by Kurt Schwitters
museum room with two artworks hanging on the wall