Bonniers Konsthall is a very interesting contemporary art/exhibition space in the Vasastan neighborhood - about a 15 minute walk from the T-Centralen station in Stockholm. They feature rotating exhibitions several times a year, along with hosting a nice gift shop and a cafe. They feature Swedish, Scandanavian, and other international artists of a progressive/experimental viewpoint. Check their website for what's happening while you're visiting Stockholm.
I only visited once in June 2013, but I was VERY impressed. There was an exhibit by Danish artist Jeppe Hein, themed around happiness. It featured mirrors, Buddhist singing bowls, lights, paintings, and installations using various machinery. I'll definitely be back the next time I'm in Stockholm.
If you are interested in something different - particularly, progressive art with a Scandanavian perspective - I highly recommend visiting.
Tip: Don't miss the restroom downstairs from the reception desk. There is an installation inside that you should NOT miss (as of June 2013).
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