Camilla Hällgren lives in Umeå, Sweden, where she works as artist and Associate Professor at Umeå University.

Since 2010 her artwork is represented at a large number of public institutions in Sweden, e.g. The National Public Art Council, Borås Museum of Modern Art, Linköping Arthall and several municipalities and county councils (see account below). The pictures that are included in her chapter in the book Invisible Boy, was shown at the Arthall Sliperiet in Borgvik, May 2 – September 27, 2015.  For several years she has been collaborating with the well renowned gallery Andersson/Sandström in Sweden. Through them, her work is available in a limited and numbered edition. In October 2015 it was also decided that three of her images would be included in Lumas’ global network with over forty galleries all over the world. In spring 2017 eighteen of her artworks was selected as the artistic decoration of the House of Heroes (Hjältarnas hus), which is a temporary home for families where someone is in need of hospital care for a long time. Later, in autumn 2017 another Swedish public institution included nineteen of her pictures in their art collection.

Selected Media Coverage:

Selected Publications by Camilla Hällgren:

Her artwork has been acquired by the following public institutions:


Awards to Little Sweden Art on Instagram

  • Amselcom Family who shows ”the most unique artist on Instagram”
  • Three awards from The Josh Johnson forum, a community of 650 000 members. Little Sweden Art was awarded and recognised as ”…definitely thinking out of the typical macro box” and as ”something out of the ordinary.”
  • By the Friends of the World Group who ”Awards worldwide beautiful shots”
  • Winner of the What Eye Cee Group
  • Rebel Macro Finalist
  • Kwaii of the day