Museum - Open today 10:00 ― 23:00
Today, on May 21, Fotografiska Stockholm is open again to the public. The museum has been closed for about a month due to Covid-19. During this time, a 3D-module of the entire museum has been developed and built. By using IR and laser technology, the model consists of thousands of merged, layered images. The aim is to create an interactive visualization of Fotografiska, where the visitor can easily walk around in the museum; through exhibitions, shop and restaurant, just like at a regular visit - but online.
— Today, we open our museum to a small number of guests with regard to prevailing restrictions, but at the same time we open up online for the whole world to visit. Also, we’re celebrating 10 years in Stockholm today, and who knows in another 10 years time, how and where we will create spaces, talks and share Fotografiska's art and culture? It's an exciting thought and time to live in, Elin Frendberg says, Innovation Manager at Fotografiska Stockholm.
Making art and culture available has been an important priority for many museums during the spring when people, especially people at risk, have been unable to visit museums. Fotografiska has previously offered digital guided tours of current exhibitions, but with the 3D technology, the museum makes it even easier to experience art from home.
Fotografiska 3D is now a part of Fotografiska’s digital experience, and will be under constant development. The 3D model has been developed by Fotografiska in collaboration with photographer Mats Wallerstedt at TwMedia AB.
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