Bogusław Bagsik

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Bogusław Bagsik
Born (1963-04-08) April 8, 1963 (age 59)
Bytom, Poland
OccupationFounder of art b
SpouseMagdalena Bagsik
ChildrenMonek, Samuel, Marek, Ben

Bogusław Bagsik (born April 8, 1963 in Bytom, Poland) is a Polish businessman, politician and patron of arts.

He is the founder and owner of ART B. In 1991 Bagsik emigrated to Tel Aviv. As of 1991, Bagsik was the 8th wealthiest person in Poland, according to Wprost magazine.[1]

Honours and awards[edit]

Immigration and arrest[edit]

Bagsik was arrested in 1994 at the Zürich airport. After a long extradition procedure, he had been released to Poland in 1996. He was then accused of illegally acquiring 400 mln PLN, bribery, and acting against the interest of his company. On October 20, 2000 he had been sentenced to 9 years in prison.[2] Bagsik was released from prison in May 2004 on Parole. After his, release Bagsik began further business work and was arrested on April 14, 2014 accused of money laundering of a sum of 11 mln PLN.[3]


ART B collection in National Museum, Warsaw[edit]



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  2. ^ "Poland, Belarus & Ukraine Report: October 24, 2000".
  3. ^ "B. Właściciel Art-B z zarzutem prania pieniędzy; jest wniosek o areszt". April 14, 2014.
  4. ^ "Song of Songs". Archived from the original on October 19, 2013. Retrieved May 7, 2013.
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