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Fotografiska New York is starting a new chapter

After five incredible years, Fotografiska New York is embarking on a new chapter. As part of our strategic and artistic evolution, we're relocating to a larger space that will create a better guest experience, and showcase the ambitious visions of the artists we present globally.

As part of this transition, we’ll be closing the doors to Verōnika Restaurant and Chapel Bar. But rest assured, in our new location you will be able to enjoy food and beverage as you explore our exhibitions and programming.

As we bid farewell to our current home on Park Avenue South on September 29th, we'll celebrate New York City with two must-see exhibitions: Unseen Work by the late photographer Vivian Maier (May 31 - Sept 29) and Why These? by legendary street photographer Bruce Gilden (June 21 - Sept 29).

Our tenure at the Park Avenue South location is marked by 48 prominent and diverse exhibitions, covering global issues to local narratives, and drawing in hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the globe. Some highlights include the first exhibition celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop, the first lifetime retrospective in the US of David LaChapelle’s work, introducing Daniel Arsham’s photography work, and premiering Andres Serrano’s Infamous series. We also proudly mounted exhibitions of New York City-based artists such as Kia LaBeija, Adrienne Raquel, Martin Schoeller, Pixy Liao, and Ethan James Green, as well as ground-breaking shows by international artists such as Josèfa Ntjam, Hassan Hajjaj, and Tony Gum, among others. Several of these inspiring and provoking exhibitions are touring Fotografiska’s international locations in Berlin, Stockholm, Tallinn and Shanghai.

Since its opening in 2019, Fotografiska’s New York location has been a cornerstone of diverse cultural exploration in the heart of Manhattan. Through the challenges of the pandemic, our institution remained steadfast in its mission to inspire new perspectives that contribute to a more conscious world.

As we navigate the process of relocating, we extend our deepest gratitude to our tremendous staff for their dedication and talent that contributed to our success as well as our enthusiastic community, members and partners for supporting us on this remarkable journey. And not least all our fantastic artists, who have exhibited at Fotografiska New York to date:

Adi Nes | Adrienne Raquel | Anastasia Taylor-Lind | Anders Petersen | Andres Serrano | Andy Warhol | Bruce Gilden | Cara Romeo | Cho Gi-Seok | Cooper & Gorfer | Daniel Arsham | Danny Clinch | David LaChapelle | Elizaveta Porodina | Ellen von Unwerth | Ethan James Green | Frank Ockenfels | Hassan Hajjaj | Helene Schmitz | Hilma af Klint | James Nachtwey | Janette Beckman | Jerry Schatzberg | Josèfa Ntjam | Julie Blackmon | Kia LaBeija | Larry Fink | László Moholy-Nagy | Laurence Philomene | Martin Schoeller | Maya Lin | Miles Aldridge | Naima Green | Pixy Liao | Ruth Orkin | Sarah Moon | Tawny Chatmon | Terry O'Neill | Tom of Finland | Tony Gum | Vivian Maier

We remain committed to enhancing the unique cultural life and diversity of New York and look forward to upcoming exciting programming and exhibitions. So, stay tuned and watch this space closely, to be first to know what we have in store for you.