Fotografiska is the Contemporary Museum of Photography, Art and Culture. It was founded in Stockholm in 2010 offering its visitors exhibitions by leading international artists from the broad field of contemporary photography and related media, varied cultural programming, and fine cuisine. In addition to existing museums in Stockholm, New York City and Tallinn Fotografiska Berlin is slated to open in the second half of 2023.

Almost 5,500 square meters of Oranienburger Straße 54, in the city’s Mitte district, will be home to the new location. In its 115-year history, the building has survived all the city’s radical political and social changes. Building on the rich heritage of this historical landmark, Fotografiska Berlin will showcase artistic practices that expand on and play with the conventional understanding of photography and visual arts – featuring world-renowned artists and rising stars alike.

Inclusive and immersive, with the goal of creating a cultural platform that fully integrates into Berlin’s bountiful cultural landscape, Fotografiska Berlin invites everyone to experience world-class photography, participate in eclectic programming, and join a community of inspiring new perspectives.