We hear so much about the food at this restaurant, but when we were there we were quite disappointed: expensive, and nothing really special!
One of my absolute favourites when it comes to Stockholm's museums. The greatest photographers of our time exhibit their art there. The exhibitions, in terms of light arrangements and room design, was very convincing. Some of the pieces, with focus on portrait photography, was not less than breath taking. A hint regarding the entry fee: fotografiska is included in the... More
I enjoyed especially the Inta Ruka pictures and the lovely movie about her made by Maud Nycander. The insight of the history of Lettland was very enlightening. The high quality pictures from Africa were beautiful but rather depressing.
You may want to do some quick research on the photographers that are on display before you visit to see what the subject matter will be. I think that each gallery features a different artist and I am not sure how often they are changed. Admission wasn't very expensive and the building is right on the water.
I'm not a photographer but do appreciate good photos. But what I like about this museum is that good is not necessarily like able. They change their exhibitions regularly and though I had an interesting time looking at the photos, I didn't really enjoy it. Some were rather disturbing and some just out right yuck! But, that's art. It provokes... More
They host well known photographers and high quality collections. We saw Paolo Roversi exhibition, Pieter Hugo's "This must be the place" collection, and some shoots of Inta Ruka. The exibitions are well organized and the gallery is open till 11pm Thursday till Saturday, which is supercool. Nice place!
There are two floors full of photography. The artists change so i can't say much about it. The building,however, is awesome. The scenery from the top floor is great, the place is worth visiting just because of it. Just grab a class of wine and enjoy the view to skeptsholmen.
The "Fotografiska Museet" or freely translated "Photography Museum" is a little gem in Stockholm. I had heard lots of positive comments on this museum, but had never managed to squeeze in a visit. Until today that is; a cold windy autumn day, October 2013. And how happy I am that I finally made it here! And for sure this will... More
All Newton's master pieces are there. It was great I felt like going around and around to see it all again and again . The exhibition on the first floor by P Hugo was also good, bit rough for my taste, but interesting. Nice restaurant with great views on top.
Did not know what to expect but well worth the visit. Quite thought provoking and several different themes to keep you interested. As an additional benefit there is a café on the top floor with fantastic water views.
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