Fotografiska is a unique space where contemporary photography lovers can experience four large and over 20 smaller exhibitions annually. Not only that but visitors can enter free of charge with the Stockholm 72 hour card. Go there for stunning views across the harbour and for beautiful, provocative imagery.
The Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel is only a five minute drive from the Fotografiska exhibition space. Lovers of upscale interiors and interior design will appreciate the rooms styled by RPW Design. This hotel in Stockholm city offers comfort and peace after a day spent touring the many museums of Stockholm.
A unique contemporary space
The Fotografiska is located in an historical Art Nouveau building formerly used for industrial purposes. In fact, only the brick façade remains from the original building. The inside has been completely custom built to house the museum. The interior has 5,500 square meters of exhibition space as well as an academy, conference rooms and a shop and bistro.
All of the exhibitions have bi-lingual information for visitors and some also include films and other multi-media to enhance the impact of the works on display. Well-known photographers featured in exhibitions include David LaChapelle, whose work opened the gallery in 2009. Now 2013 sees the Fotografiska hosting the largest exhibition of LaChapelle’s work ever staged including over 250 images, music videos and film.
Food at the Fotografiska Stockholm
After touring the Fotografiska’s many exhibitions visitors should head for the top floor bistro where diners can enjoy fresh local cuisine coupled with stunning views across the Old Town and Skeppsholmen.
Return to the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel and enjoy premier service with on-site parking. Staff will be pleased to help plan activities in the city, including shopping in Stockholm.