This red brick building, transformed from an industrial into a cultural one with a stone head above the entrance, is now a picture gallery. It displays works of such celebrated artists as Leibovitz and Korbein, and, more importantly, Swedish masters – both famous and young ones. The museum also arranges Stockholm Photography Week in late May – early June with a portfolio review, master classes and prize of € 3,500. The gallery is open till 22:00. It features an outdoor café overlooking the water and Old Town. Fotografiska hosts club parties later in the evening with age restrictions and an entrance fee.
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