About us

Jacksons specializes in the best of Scandinavian and international vintage design 1900 - 2000 with main focus on Scandinavian classics.

Paul and Carina Jackson opened their first gallery in 1981. Since then, they have built one of the most extensive collections of 20th-century Scandinavian and international vintage design. Celebrating over three decades in Stockholm, Jacksons has earned a reputation of providing an unparalleled standard of quality and expertise in the field. Jacksons maintains a deep respect for natural patina and original wear, which is apparent in the unique character of our historic pieces.

Jacksons has participated in numerous international design fairs, such as Design Miami/Basel and Modernism New York. Paul Jackson has been part of the vetting team at both TEFAF Maastricht and Design Miami/Basel.

In 2007, Jacksons launched a satellite location in Berlin situated in the "Galerienhaus", alongside some of Europe's leading contemporary art galleries. Jacksons Berlin provides an expanded platform to experiment with exhibiting and re-invigorating historical design. The gallery seeks to mediate design history with thematic exhibitions, and to promote the work of some of the finest twentieth-century designers, architects, and artists working in furniture, lighting, ceramics, glass, and textiles.

Jacksons will initiate a curated exhibition program in Stockholm this Fall 2015.

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Exhibitions

2015

September: Nordic Modernism

February: ASSEMBLING — GONZALEZ HAASE AAS / JACKSONS

2014

November: Swedish Grace

June: Nordic Light

March: Encounters with Aalto

2013

September: Poul Kjaerholm

October: Jacksons at Asprey London

June: Design Basel

March: The Cabinet Maker

2012

September: Alvar Aalto

June: Design Basel

March: In Order of Appearance

2011

September: Berlin Autumn Exhibition 2011

June: Design Basel

April: Spring

2010

November: Ursa Major

2009

September: Bruno Mathsson

2010

April: Suomi

July: Villa Mont Blanc

February: Finn Juhl

June: Design Basel

2009

June: Design Basel

2008

December: Black

August: Josef Frank

May: Scandinavian Architects


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