Fotografiska is a museum experience for the modern world, where you can discover world-class photography, eclectic programming, elevated dining and surprising new perspectives. Fotografiska has museums in Stockholm, New York, Tallinn and soon in Berlin and Shanghai .
To visit Fotografiska, you need to buy a ticket online or at the entrance. The ticket prices vary depending on the location and the type of ticket. For example, in Stockholm, a regular ticket costs 190 SEK, while a student or senior ticket costs 150 SEK. In New York, a regular ticket costs $28, while a student or senior ticket costs $18. You can also buy a membership or a gift card for yourself or someone else.
Fotografiska is open every day of the year, but the opening hours may differ depending on the location and the season. For example, in Stockholm, Fotografiska is open from 9 am to 11 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 1 am on weekends. In New York, Fotografiska is open from 11 am to 9 pm on weekdays and from 11 am to 11 pm on weekends. You can check the website of each museum for more details.
To get to Fotografiska, you can use public transportation, bike, car or walk depending on your preference and location. For example, in Stockholm, Fotografiska is located near Slussen station, where you can take the subway, bus or tram. In New York, Fotografiska is located near Union Square station, where you can take the subway or bus. You can also use a map app to find the best route for you.
Some tips and tours for visiting Fotografiska are:
- Check the website of each museum for the current and upcoming exhibitions and events. You can also sign up for their newsletter or follow them on social media to stay updated.
- Book a guided tour or an audio guide to learn more about the exhibitions and the artists. You can also join a workshop or a lecture to deepen your knowledge and skills.
- Enjoy a meal or a drink at the restaurant or café of each museum. They offer delicious and sustainable food and beverages with a view of the city or the water.
- Visit the museum shop to buy books, prints, posters, souvenirs and more related to photography and art.
Some prohibitions for visiting Fotografiska are:
- Do not touch the artworks or the walls unless otherwise indicated.
- Do not use flash photography or tripods inside the museum.
- Do not bring large bags or backpacks inside the museum. You can use the lockers or cloakroom to store them.
- Do not eat or drink inside the exhibition halls. You can use the designated areas for that purpose.
- Do not smoke inside or outside the museum.
Some examples of what to see at Fotografiska are:
- In Stockholm: Santa Barbara by Helene Schmitz, a photographic exploration of the Californian city’s history and ecology.
- In New York: Hip-Hop Conscious Unconscious by Campbell Addy, a photographic celebration of hip-hop culture and its icons.
- In Tallinn: The Last Testament by Jonas Bendiksen, a photographic journey into the lives of seven men who claim to be the second coming of Jesus Christ.