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The contemporary museum of photography art & culture

THE CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, ART & CULTURE

Open 09:00–21:00

New

Until 27 Oct 2024

In Bloom

Nature is enigmatic. Strong and noble, yet fragile and fleeting. Tamed or wild, groomed or untouched, influenced and altered by humans. Bright and beautiful, yet simultaneously dark and ominous. It is a sacred refuge from which all has evolved. In the exhibition "In Bloom", the awe-inspiring meets the delicate, the beautiful encounters the dangerous, and the familiar confronts the unknown.

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Hemoglobin, 2017 © David Ụzọchukwu

Until 8 Sept 2024

Kary H. Lasch

The Golden Years

This exhibition is a window into the world of photographer, collectorand madcap Kary H. Lasch(1914–1993) and the golden years around the 1950s. The exhibition certainly shows his classic photographs of Pablo Picasso, Sophia Loren, Salvador Dalí, Brigitte Bardot and other A-list celebrities, but the focus is perhaps more on the zeitgeist and atmosphere he so immortalized.

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©Kary H. Lasch, Salvador Dali, Port Lligat, Catalonia, Spain.

Until 8 Sept 2024

Rinko Kawauchi

a faraway shining star, twinkling in hand

Rinko Kawauchi is one of the most established artists in Japan and known worldwide for her dreamy, poetic and unique imagery. The new exhibition "a faraway shining star, twinkling in hand" features over 40 works from the artist’s two most recent series, M/E and An interlinking. These works include everything from photographs to video art, light boxes and photo sculptures.

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From the series ME, 2020  © Rinko Kawauchi, Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie

Until 8 Sept 2024

Wang Chen

Fractured Delights

Fractured Delights reimagines landscapes through the complex experiences of migrant displacement and identity transformation – it is not only a physical movement from one place to another but also a continuous inner journey, involving the ongoing recalibration of an individual in both worldly and spatial dimensions.

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Inspiring Fotografiska membership

The Fotografiska membership opens doors for you to get closer to art like no one else. The benefits of joining range from meeting artists to curated dinners – and, of course, free entry to Fotografiska in Tallinn, Stockholm, New York, Berlin, and Shanghai. Enjoy it yourself or pass it on. Everyone is welcome to join the community of friends.We have something for everyone.

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Founded in Stockholm in 2010, Fotografiska is a destination to discover world class photography, eclectic programming, elevated dining and surprising new perspectives. Experience Fotografiska in five cities on three continents.

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