Do not tell Jan Broman that Fotografiska is a museum, it is above all a place for awakening consciences! When, in 2007, brothers Per and Jan Broman, both passionate about photography through the influence of their father, bought this monumental industrial wasteland in Stockholm, few imagined that they would welcome a few years later more than 500 000 visitors per year. Their goal is simple. It’s about changing the world! To improve the level of awareness and responsibility of “guests” (This is what the visitor who has paid an entrance fee of about € 16, is called here) thanks to...
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