Fotografiska
Museum of Photography

Opening hours

09:00 - 01:00
09:00 - 01:00
09:00 - 01:00
17:00 - 23:00
09:00 - 01:00
09:00 - 22:00

Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier

SeaLegacy / Turning the Tide

01 July — 19 August, 2018

Using dramatic and awe-inspiring footage, SeaLegacy captures the current situation in our oceans and they share it worldwide.

EXHIBITION

With world-class media, SeaLegacy captures endangered oceanic habitats and wildlife, and shines a spotlight on facts that do not usually get our attention: Our oceans, and therefore the world as we know it, are at the limits of their resilience. SeaLegacy documdents the often unseen beauty of these oceans, the dangers they face, and how they could flourish if aided by sustainable solutions.

"We depend on healthy oceans to survive. In order to save the oceans we need to team up and act – and to act we need to be inspired and hopeful for positive change. Sea Legacy’s images have the ability to evoke emotions, and with emotional images effective campaigns can be realised. The title of the exhibition is a call to arms – a rally for all us to work together to turn the tide." – Johan Vikner, utställningschef Fotografiska

Donate to SeaLegacy

From the air we breathe, the food we eat, to the climate we live in – we all depend on our oceans

Today they are more important than ever. Join #TurningTheTide to help create healthy oceans. Support SeaLegacy’s mission with donations to the Swish number 1235578927. Your donation then goes directly to Sea Legacy through Fotografiska Foundation.

Posters from the exhibition

SeaLegacy, Polar Reflections

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Wild Pod

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Sirens

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Ice Waterfalls

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Liquid Curtain

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Egg Yolk Jellyfish

Sealegacy Sealegacy

150 kr

SeaLegacy, Emperor Express

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150 kr

SeaLegacy, Carrying Clouds

Sealegacy Sealegacy

150 kr