Fotografiska est un musée privé à Stockholm consacré à la photographie, fondé par Jan et Per Broman en 2010.
Idéé par les frères Jan et Per Broman, fondateurs de la foire Fotomässan, le musée a ouvert ses portes pour la première fois le avec une exposition de la photographe américaine Annie Leibovitz.
|Lundi||9:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Mardi||9:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Mercredi||9:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Jeudi||9:00 AM – 1:00 AM|
|Vendredi||9:00 AM – 1:00 AM|
|Samedi||9:00 AM – 1:00 AM|
|Dimanche||9:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
Valery Shcherban | févr. 28, 2018
Auccessfully, that the museum is open until 11 pm. The best way to plan a trip here when it gets dark - after all, in the end you will understand why so. Photos are present on different subjects - very beautiful and you can admire them very long. On the last floor there is a restaurant / bar with a panoramic view of the city and the strait. For the sake of this, it is worthwhile to stop in the bar, take a glass of wine and enjoy the view of the city. At the museum's shop you can choose the full-length posters of many photographs from the museum.
Koen Cobbaert | janv. 16, 2018
Fotografiska is one of Europe's best photography museums. The spaces are large, the lighting superb, the content always interesting, well curated and smartly presented. It's situated close to the ferries so you have no excuse to pay this museum a visit if you disembark from Finland, Russia or Latvia. Sometimes though I wish Fotografiska would play a bit less on safe and dare to take a little more risk with the work selected.
Jodi Ramos | févr. 24, 2018
Amazing dinner, great service, worth the price. I started writing my favorite dish, but loved them all equally. Ordered the “our favorites” and was not disappointed. A must, especially if you are at the museum. Good mission and philosophy on fresh, delicious food.
Rayna Kanari | janv. 5, 2018
Great gallery for photography enthusiasts. A bit pricey to get in, bit definitely worth it. The cafeteria and restaurant areas have really good food and drinks (again a bit pricey but worth it) and a really good view. Over all it's a really good experience. Friendly staff and a nice store to buy some memorabilia or a nice poster.
Sebastian F | déc. 6, 2017
One of the coolest photography museums I've been to. It's simple in design and well structured! But you'll have to face a lot of visitors during weekends! What I really loved is the Cafe! It gives you an awesome view over the city, especially in the evening hours! The food is expensive but worth it! Will definitely come back here again!
Guillaume Meunier | avr. 2, 2018
Nice museum about photography in the south of Stockholm. Definitely worth visiting if you appreciate the art of photography. The entrance is not too expensive for what’s displayed, there is also a roof top of you want to have a nice view of the Swedish capital. Exhibitions change time to time but the ones exposed while I visited the Fotografiska museum were really interesting
Cebastian Rosing | avr. 2, 2018
A big museum, dedicated to photography art. I library full of books for beginners and curious minds, to the well read. Working your way through the exhibits, enjoying the quality and attention to detail, you’ll end up in a nice bar. I can’t wait to go back and see another exhibition.
Jacob Weinberg | mars 7, 2018
The exhibitions very from time to time, usually the stay for some months up to half a year. They attract great photographers and can generally keep a very high level on the exhibitions. The restaurant is located on the third floor. The dining area has a great view to the lake and the amusement park on Djurgården. It's worth a visit for the view alone. The food tries keep a high quality, with focus on the vegetables. Meat is just an addition to the vegetarian plate. While this may sound good in theory, it doesn't really fly. Over all, Fotografiska is definitely worth a visit!
Jan Befring | mars 17, 2018
Our company had brunch at the restaurant on the top floor of the museum. The view is really nice, overlooking the Old Town and Djurgården park area. The food served at the brunch was good but somewhat limited. It's good they had vegan/vegetarian dishes ready made and all marked with content descriptions for allergies, but I feel they left out some of the dishes normally associated with brunch. Staff was friendly and helpful and the restaurant itself quite nicely decorated, but it felt crowded and noisy, making it hard to hear all being said at our table. All in all, it did not quit live up to my expectations, but it's a decent place which might be better when it's not so crowded.
Eric Nichols | avr. 28, 2018
Incredible collection. I think anyone can enjoy this museum, and if you have a specific interest in photography it’s a must see! It’s laid out well and the prints are such high quality. They are really nice to look at. There is also a bar / cafe on the top floor that has a beautiful view over the water. A great place to sit down and grab a beer after seeing all the photographs
Ulu Aiono | mai 13, 2018
13May18 9:45AM I expected colder weather. An unusually warm morning looking out over the harbour from the top of the Viking Sky cruise liner. Very clear air for long distances making ideal conditions for photos and snaps. Beautiful colours in the old buildings and stone walls nearby perfectly complement the far shores' medley of greens in the trees and bushes all round the buildings and houses along the waters' edges. Plying the waters a small ferry is a reminder that Stockholm people and their environment are unique.
Alex Russell | avr. 24, 2018
This was a really wonderful gallery, 4 exhibits were there when I went, all displayed beautifully. The museum has a basement floor with free lockers for small suitcases, coats and bags. Nice toilets and an amazing view from the organic cafe in the top floor which sold lovely cake and drinks. There is a full restaurant up there two which looked lovely but I didn't have time to try.
Charlie Pinker | avr. 15, 2018
Great place to visit, especially if you are feeling the obligation to do something cultural but museums aren't really your thing! We saw some really interesting, culturally relevant and thought-provoking exhibitions when we visited. Watch out for the cafe though - it is quite hipster - nothing particularly 'mainstream' to eat unless you go to the more formal buffet/restaurant area.
Andrew Garnham | juin 9, 2018
Glad I visited this attraction that was included on the the city pass card. I thought the photos on display were very good including the Linda McCartney section section of the exhibition. The bonus of the visit was the lovely cafe and restaurant and the view over the water to the city. Also the shop was good and came away with some posters and cards. Worth a visit if you have time.
Geoff Huggins | mai 29, 2018
Excellent museum. Focused on three or four exhibitions at any one time. No permanent collection on show. So unless you live here you’re going to get what’s on. It’s an excellent space. The top floor is a bar, cafe, restaurant which I thought was good value and has excellent views onto the water. Good for about 90 minutes with a beer.
Samuel Soo | juin 7, 2018
We thought Fotografiska was really worthwhile. One of the rotating exhibitions had some magnificent pieces. The very long hours of the museum makes it perfect for a cheaper late night activity. Not crowded at all and plenty of time to contemplate the art. It is a bit of a walk with the current roadworks going on in the city though.
Nick Newhouse | juil. 23, 2018
Great museum of photography. I think the exhibitions are constantly changing. It is a little tricky to get to but worth it. Be mindful that they do not accept cash - this means you will need to pay for entry with credit card! There is a cafe up on the top floor with delicious food and amazing views of the water (and Stockholm) given the location. There is also a restaurant that is open till quite late which seems cool.
Peter Bodefjord | juil. 23, 2018
Went for one of the current exhibitions, "SeaLegacy: Turn the tide" which was absolutely brilliant. A poignant reminder that we're not the last generation that will live on this planet and that we should see to that there's something left for the one's that are to follow us. Was also impressed with another exhibition there called "Until the kingdom comes", also highly recommendable. The museum itself is nice with a very scenic view over the city if you ignore the busy street behind the building. The outside bar is brilliant when the weather is fine, didn't visit the restaurant so can't say anything about it. A modern museum that is clean and well kept.
Carolina Larrain | juil. 5, 2018
Loved it, great contemporary photography and well thought out exhibitions (congrats to the curators!). Its a smallish to midsized gallery/museum on the docks. It's manageable and allows a very pleasant visit. It's a bit off the beaten path but location is interesting and on the road to where a great number of Stockholm residents actually live. If your on a cruise ship it might be a short walk from where you docked! Oh, and great shop!
Poppy Fitzpatrick | juin 27, 2018
Not much of a museum-goer but this was absolutely worth the time. The best photography museum I've ever been to. If you appreciate art/photography even at the most basic level, I would recommend going here. Exhibitions constantly changing too so always something new to see.
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