Anders Wall, one of the most famous businessmen in Swedish history, spent a lot of time in New York in the early 80s. In the daytime, he was all about business, and worked hard as the chairman of the board for Volvo. At night, however, he took on another role, and was guided around one of the most radical locations in the global art scene: the East Village. The artists he met with fascinated him, and he soon built up a collection of works purchased from the now-legendary galleries in the neighbourhood. CFHILL is currently showing an exhibition titled "East Village Revisited – Anders Wall Collection".