One of the city’s most compelling independent galleries is CF Hill, which focuses on showcasing quality exhibitions and artists – emerging as well as mid-career and art historical icons – that in turn promote dialogue between generations. Named after Carl Fredrik Hill, one of Sweden’s most talented landscape painters, the art gallery is housed in a 17th-century palace in central Stockholm. In 2015, Anna-Karin Pusic, Michael Storåkers and Michael Elmenbeck founded the gallery, becoming one of Sweden’s most influential art spaces.
CF Hill handpicks all the art its displays, highlighting both the artist and the gallerist by which it’s represented. CF Hill also has a discerning eye for emerging talent. Since its inception in 2015, CF Hill has presented over fifty exhibitions across a vast range of artists including; Hilma af Klint, Carsten Höller, Carl Larsson, Olafur Eliasson, Anders Zorn, Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Vilhelm Hammershöi and Annie Morris. We are particularly fond of the gallery’s recurrent exhibition ‘Ten by Ten’, which aims to offer a diverse selection of iconic artworks, from different times and places, highlighting the great leaps in art history, and placed in context through beautiful set designs by interior stylist Linda Ring.