Välkommen – Welcome!
Fotografiska is an internationally renowned destination for photography, founded in Stockholm in 2010 and now expanding globally – first to Tallinn Estonia and now to New York City.
Brothers Jan and Per Broman built the concept of Fotografiska on the foundation of photography as a haven for innovation and free expression. Our goal is to inspire a more conscious world through the power of photography.
We showcase the greatest photographers, whether they’re emerging artists or already established internationally. The presentation of photography is powerful and unparalleled and includes over 200 exhibitions to date, including David LaChapelle, Annie Leibovitz, Albert Watson, Sally Mann, Cooper & Gorfer, Ren Hang and Christian Tagliavini.
Fotografiska produces a broad range of rotating exhibitions, from easily accessible to hardcore conceptual, shot by grand masters and emerging talent. Rising stars are displayed next to icons. Styles range across abstract, landscape, portrait, documentary and more.
All that matters is the communicative power of photography.
About Fotografiska New York
We are excited to be expanding the mission of Fotografiska to New York City.
We’ve created our new home by renovating an iconic building at 281 Park Avenue South, a registered landmark built in 1894 and originally named “The Church Mission Building”.
With three floors of gallery space and a diverse range of rotating exhibitions, there’s always something new to see and experience. And we’re open late – 11 most nights and midnight on weekends.
We offer an unexpected mix of provocative culture, engaging programming and immersive retail all under one roof. Take a culinary journey to our grand European Café Veronika, V at Fotografiska cocktail lounge and the Museum Café, all created by award-winning STARR Restaurants and acclaimed design studio Roman & Williams.
Join us at Park Avenue South at 22nd Street and you’ll see why Fotografiska New York will be your new cultural addiction.