Fotografiska is an internationally renowned destination for photography, founded in Stockholm in 2010 and now expanding globally – first to Tallinn Estonia and now to New York City.
Founded in 2010, brothers Jan and Per Broman built the concept of Fotografiska on the foundation of photography as a haven for innovation, inclusivity and free expression. Their goal is to inspire a more conscious world through the art of photography by showcasing great photographers, whether they’re emerging artists or already established internationally.
The Museum hosts a broad range of rotating exhibitions, from the easily-accessible to the purely conceptual, shot by master photographers and emerging talent. Styles include abstract, landscape, portrait, documentary and more.
The building is a registered landmark built in 1894 and originally named “The Church Mission Building.” This iconic jewel has been renovated to enable the experience of a dynamic mix of world-class art, cultural events, retail and epicurean dining created by the award-winning STARR Restaurants and design studio Roman & Williams.
Provocative, yet playful photography explores Play, Gender, Drama, Love, Power, Passion, and Lust
Celebrates the beauty of African American children and maternal and familial bonds
Explores the child care relationships between NYC mothers, grandmothers, nannies, babysitters, night-nurses and daycare workers
Portraiture exploring social and political questions revolving around gender, East vs. West, ethnicity, Judaism, militarism, humanism and more
Large-scale images explore the exploitation of the natural world and its resources