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.
Large-scale images explore the exploitation of the natural world and its resources