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Fotografiska

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top floor • photography museum • nick brandt • love photography

Stadsgårdshamnen 22
Stockholm 116 45, SE
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  • Photo of EG Thorheim
    a year ago
    All the places of interest
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  • Photo of Katrin Zdragka
    3 years ago
    • the best • photography museum • awesome shop • great restaurant and bistro• unique exhibitions •
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  • Photo of Fonsteer
    2 months ago
    This is a photgrafic museum. Sometimes there are really interesting art work to see, and sometimes its not. If you have the time, Fotografiska has really a good photo school. Ask for it. There is a library or acctually book store where you can find fabulous books. If you are in a wheelchair, there are no problems getting around. Eleveators everywhere. The best thing about Fotografiska is the Resturant on the top floor. Expensive as h..l, but very good food and an Amazing view over the inlet of Stockholm.
  • Photo of Ric S
    2 months ago
    The displays are changed often, very often and are meticulously planned. If you've missed a showing their gift shop has a remarkable library.
  • Photo of linsey93
    2 months ago
    The exhibits at Fotografiska are thought provoking and each section is very different. Some of the exhibits are darker than others but nevertheless makes for the perfect evening. It can also be noted that exhibits change on a regular basis and therefore I will be revisiting this museum if I was to revisit Stockholm again. Please note that they operate on a no cash basis so be prepared to be charged extra by using a foreign credit card.
  • Photo of NotArthur
    2 months ago
    Good to see that contemporary photography is still cool with staff in black T-shirts, and black shop fittings. Didn't get past the shop (books a plenty) and had to stand in line to wait for the entry prices slide to pop up in English on the screen behind the paydesk. How much? Whoa! Nearly fifty pahnds for 4...but they do have meal/entry combo deals...turned back to enjoy the small but joyous display of Hasselblad cameras and accessories, then out and up to enjoy the fab views from the nearby Gondolen tower.
  • Photo of Ally L
    2 months ago
    The current exhibition 'Being There' which runs until 19 November 2017 features photographs by Paul Hansen, a photojournalist who have reported on wars, uprisings and the refugee crisis. This incredibly moving exhibit will humble you, give you a new perspective and allow you to understand what truly goes on behind the news headlines through imagery and stories about people - at least it did for me. Sure, some of these images and stories you will read are shocking and depressing so I wouldn't recommend if you are more sensitive to these. Otherwise, if you're interested in learning more about the world around you, go see this exhibit.
  • Photo of LouiseDenBosch
    2 months ago
    The exhibition 'Being there' made me a bit depressive. Shocking photos! The other exhibitions were a bit lighter. The entrance is 135 SEK, an okay price, I guess. Spent about an hour there. If you would like to eat at their restaurant, make sure to get a reservation. It was fully booked on Saturday evening, plus they are closed on Sundays.
  • Photo of Niko P
    2 months ago
    Fotografiska exhibition is located in the trendy Södermalm neighbourhood, in an old warehouse with views of the harbour. There are permanent as well as changing exhibitions so it warrants more than one visit. The "conflicts" photographs on display these days really get under your skin. After the exhibition there is a fine café & restaurant upstairs to unwinded and enjoy the city panorama. Highly recommendable overall.
  • Photo of PerAxe
    2 months ago
    Excellent, always exciting exhibitions which cover both lighter and heavier topics. Come early, <10.30 am, or later >17.00 in order to avoid the crowds. DL the app, buy your ticket (only one ticket per app) to avoid the queue and don't miss the restaurant on the top floor. Beautiful view of Stockholm inlet.
  • Photo of b22501
    2 months ago
    This is a lovely gallery. I really enjoyed the 'Last night in Sweden' exhibition, which gave me some insight into Swedish culture. Lovely cafe and setting as well.
  • Photo of lsweetl
    2 months ago
    Good exhibitions. It took something 2-3 hours for our visit.Check website for exebitions. Nice cafe/restaurant with fabulous view. Prices like everywhere, nothing extraordinary. You can walk to museum from city center and back.
  • Photo of baron54
    2 months ago
    I did enjoy most of the photographs on display, but not all of them. I think it depends on who and what they are showing at any given time.
  • Photo of Keja60
    2 months ago
    Visiting Stockholm and like photo art? Then Fotografiska is a must. Exhibitions can be checked out on their website... it's a cool place to check out photo art or why not attend a training? A stop should include a stop in the restaurant / coffee shop
  • Photo of Lotteslove
    2 months ago
    Very interesting photography exhibitions and a very nice location. Good restaurant overlooking the sea in central Stockholm. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Photo of Elizabeth A
    2 months ago
    This was an amazing experience. I love all four exhibitions and the photos and stories are so heart touching! This is something you should def experience. Lovely interior too. Not bad for the price.
  • Photo of Jenny B
    2 months ago
    Loved the exhibitions, the building, the view from the top!! It is well worth visiting and can easily access good restaurnats in Sodermalm afterwards.
  • Photo of Culinary-widow
    2 months ago
    Interesting thought provoking exhibits. Several floors of exhibits and one of the best museum cafes I've been to. Great view of Grona Lund and Djurgården. Saw an exhibit on the refugee crisis which was haunting.
  • Photo of CRM13
    2 months ago
    Building is a good walk from the metro and down a lot of steps although there is an alternate route for strollers and people who cant handle stairs. The current exhibit we saw was about horses. The bathrooms are clean and there is a good gift shop on the premises
  • Photo of laiduptranslator
    2 months ago
    Seeing the building from outside one would think that it housed a kilometer stretch of exhibits. Once inside one would soon be disillusioned. I think more or equal space overall is given to the upstairs restaurant and the downstairs bookshop than to the exhibition. Again from the tourist publications one would get the impression that this museum would include a fairly wide representative collection, a far cry from what is on offer. Rather than a museum which should stand for a neutral message, it is too ideologically one sided. A shame I spent hard earned cash and time on such an exhibit
  • Photo of Zetland41
    2 months ago
    The Irving Penn exhibition is simply wonderful. This is a funky photographic museum. I think it changes exhibits quite often. I would have liked to see a bigger permanent collection.
  • Photo of Benjamin4000
    2 months ago
    Went there with a companion to see the Paul Hansen exhibition. The exhibition was hosted in a nice way with good lighting on the pictures with a ratio of text and pictures. Do not miss the Paul Hansen exhibition though be prepared that it is a tough one. I have heard that the restaurant on top is good though we did not try it.

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