Even if you are a person who is not that much into museums, this one is definitely worth a visit! The Paul Hansen exhibition was great!
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This museum is beautiful just to go and have brunch or coffee, the exhibitions are excellent and the location is outstanding with water view
It was one of the "museums" in Stockholm that most caught my eye. The way the exhibitions are set up and the photographs themselves make not only people passionate about photography leave content. Lost track of time during my visit.
This was an interesting place to visit, it is wonderfully located on the water, there are great views of Stockholm from the cafe at the top. The exhibitions are often changing but the quality of the photographs was terrific.
It was on our list before we got to Stockholm and we weren't disappointed. 1st exhibition as we walked in was a harrowing but thought provoking photo journalism view of many of the conflicts going on. A little lighter upstairs but a good overall mix...More
The museum is practically split in 2 parts: war and refugee reality on one hand and a mix of diverse foto art on the other. I went quite depressed from the first one to actually enjoy the rest. Personally I don't understand the purpose of...More
I went to see Paul Hansen's "Being there" exhipition and it was amazing. It was touching and very interesting at the same time. Museum it self is quite big so there is lot to see! Worth of money. There is also a restaurant and cafe...More
Fotografiska is a must-see museum in Stockholm. Exhibitions change regularly and are always stunning, inspiring, relevant and very often gives you the need for reflection. The somewhat dark rooms give the photographies the focus the deserve in the exhibitions. If you visit on a Friday,...More
This is a museum I'd see over and over again just for the impressive photographs. I love it that they have a broad range of subjects they go through, like wildlife, gender issues, you name it.