Fotografiska Stockholm, Stockholm

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In an Art Nouveau building in the heart of the city lies Fotografiska Stockholm, a large center for contemporary photography. Since it opened in 2010, this museum has presented a variety of renowned works from photographers like Annie Leibovitz and Robert Mapplethorpe, as well as popular events in its exhibit spaces, conference rooms, gallery, and academy. The site hosts four main exhibits and 20 smaller ones every year. Take in views of the city from the trendy cafe on site. Use our Stockholm planner to add Fotografiska Stockholm and other attractions to your Stockholm vacation plans.
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  • After being to the national museum where you go back in time looking at paintings this is the modern age where artists are using modern ways to express their emotions and their view on the world. We.....  more
    After being to the national museum where you go back in time looking at paintings this is the modern age where artists are using modern ways to express their emotions and their view on the world. We.....  more »
  • One after the other exhibition evokes reflection or just joy for beautiful objects.Packed with a really good restaurant, fantastic museum shop and not least friendly staff, you understand that it is.....  more
    One after the other exhibition evokes reflection or just joy for beautiful objects.Packed with a really good restaurant, fantastic museum shop and not least friendly staff, you understand that it is.....  more »
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  • Nice exhibition. Pets and nudes. Not together, separately. Would be creepy otherwise. Some pets were naked though. Not easy to describe. Had a good time. You definitely have to see that for yourself. Coffees are good, but didn't take one. Had a red wine instead. Friend had tea. Warm atmosphere. You also can read a book while enjoying your drink. Smart concept.
  • The gallery was beautiful and had many pieces that were very thought provoking. I would have thought for some of the more graphic pictures there should be a warning before going into the room (although there could have been one in Swedish). The cafe upstairs is very trendy. I wouldn't recommend it for young children.

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